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Mason City J. C. Reaches State Semifinals Aragon Wins; Ref and Judge Suspended LOS ANGELES (UP)-Tho Cali- · f o r m a Athletic Commission slapped suspensions on Referee Mushy Caliahan and Judge Joe Stone T h u r s d a y night only minutes after their cards gave a split lo-round decision to golden boy Art Aragon over Michigan's Chuck Davey. The ..welterweight bout angered a sellout crowd of 10,400 fans at Olympic Auditorium. Gave Aragon Edge Callahan g a v e Aragon five rounds, Davey three ami called two even, giving the California winner a two-point edge. Stone had Aragon by a poinl. The only official who seems to be on the right side of the athletic commission's fence is Judge Charley Randolph who gave the fight to .southpaw Davey by .six points. The United Press card gave the edge to the Michigan State College grad, Sfi-.M. "This is (he worst decision JOHN TOWNER --3-Year Iowa Regular Ex-Hawkeye Center Killed in Air Crash Davey, 146V*:. knockdowns. Artz and Merritt Clinches Title in Y Cage League T H E STANDINGS · · ." W. 1.. Arli and Merrill li. ,0 '· U\n V,,ii,h ·'...... ;l,r K.'Va Kantnra'I Cl(ar ...'.. H I Coilal K .··:. 4 »rte«f OH H ' · 7 Mldiel M a r b t r 4 R Collcxlalei 2 10 Bordeti'x ' 0 ' Jli ret. p.orto .7 SO .607 .B«7 .in Ariz and Merritt clinched the outright championship in the YMCA basketball league Thursday night by defeating the second P a l l e e 1 Coo k m an ti l.awll* « Srtwtr -1 Lte · fl Qulnltj- 1 TOTALS 17 ART/ i MERHITT-- fl» Fg V e r c h n U '....I..........'. 1 Colbert fi Itolincn 4 11 Troclnr Uallow TOTALS Score by quarters: (I) i IJLKN POLISH 12 ; ART7. MKKRITT IS ; O r r l c l a l i : K l e i n and Menllnk. ItORDEN'S--37 Ff F t l l x » Rlonmlnr tlalo fl Smllli I l a r r l K « Kloberilanz ft K l e m e n i u n I TOTALS I I COSTAL--68 Tf Itlrrh 7 Moore A Menzel " Willlir ; Schlader S Hudson 2 .1 I) 17 rt n o n o in I'f I 1 II ;{ 1 ,t I 1 1 II n !l i.t 37 Fl VI Tp - ·! 1 fl u t i n 2 .1 IB I S 7 i i in t K n TOTALS Score Jiy quarlert ( I ) :o ex (31 (I) i.i :n 51 68 COSTAI in s* Officials: Mrnllnk and Klein. Iowa State Mat men Break Six-Year Sooner Jinx 21-8 L U K E ^ A i a FORCE BASE, Ariz. -.- - ··"- "vji.Tv. utLinu;n i "i--Lt. John G. Towncr, 23, former have ever seen in my life," snid University of Iowa football player, 'Boxing Board Chairman Tony En- W! »s killed Thursday in an F81 tenza. plane crash. ''We c a n ' t change the decision. The public information officer at Neither can we withhold the purses. Luke said Towncr, a student pilot, But wi can fire some referees and crashed on the G i l a Bend, Ariz.! judges," he .said. gunnery range near this base. Hates Southpaws Towncr .is survived by his widow, Both fighters thought they won. Margaret J e a n , 1G19 63rd St., DCS But Aragon said: Moines," Town.; a IVa-monlh-old "I hate southpaws. E v e r y time 1 so " and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tagged Davey he was going away. w - H. Towncr, 4001 Wakonda Park"If there ever is a welterweight way, DCS Moines. champion who fights southpaw, I'll Air Force authorities reported quit the ring." the plane made a dive into the Davey, who, indeed, fought the ground while attempting an air-to- bout "going away," prodded Ara- ground approach at a gunnery tar- gon with right jabs. But his left Set. was always there to parry 'the Horn at Cedar Rapids, he was a brash local fighter's assault. regular center on Iowa's football "Sure, I'd like to fight him again teams in 1943, 1950 and 1951. He --anywhere," Davey said. was graduated from DCS Moines "i thought I had it won, but Hoosevcll High Schodl and attend- that's the way it goes. I picked off e d lhc university under a Kinnick most of his punches. He's a good scholarship. hiltcr, but he.can't knock you out Towncr was graduated from the with a punch," Davey said. university with scholastic honors Aragon weighed 146 pounds and ' n J u n e , 1952. He was a cadet avey, 146'^. There were no colonel in the Air Force ROTC unit. He was married June 28, 1952, and went into flight training with :hc Air Force. He trained at Enid, Okla., and Maiden, Mo., before receiving his pilot wings al Foster Air Force Base, Tex., Nov. 2, 1953. Towner took jet training at Wiliams Air Force base, Phoenix, before being transferred to Luke. Geltics Win at Minneapolis After Nearly Six Years By Th« Associated Priss ,- - , , - Nearly six years of frustration place Ulen Polish team 09-51. H are ended for the Boston Celtics, was wm No. 12 without a loss as They finally boasted an NBA vic- Sammy Long with 25 points and tory over Minneapolis on the Lak- Eddie Colbert with 17 led the vie- crH - i, ome court after 15 straight tors. Barry Rabc was high for the setbacks there, losers with 17. Meanwhile Costal The Celtics 'snapped the losing pulled into a tic for third place string Thursday night by downing with Ransom's Cigar as Costal the western division leaders 305- whipped the cellar Borden's team 92 . It was their first triumph in 68-37 with a well balanced scoring the Minneapolis auditorium since attack. The battle for second place N O V. 17, 1948. in the final standings still is open. The New "York Knickerbockers TJLEN roi.isn-M n n r r ' TP c i un g to their three game edge atop the eastern division by whip- o ping the Philadelphia Warriors 6950 and the Syracuse Nationals trounced the Fort Wayne Pistons 91-77. BiJi Sharman was the big gun in the Boston attack, scoring 24 points. George Mikan was high for 3 !J Minneapolis with 17. ·ii The Knicks withstood a late 2 ;j Philadelphia rally and held Neil n Johnston, the league's top scorer, - to only three field goals. The Warrior center added 11 free throws in (J (i) , Y _ as ni for 17. 51 « Syracuse broke .away for 31 FI rt r P P° ints in lnc final quarter. The s Nats hit on 29 of 31 free throw at tempts and Fort Wayne on 21 of i 25. Dolph Schayes of Syracuse 11 scored 28 points. FRIn,\V'S SCHEDULE Boston al Milwaukee. THURSDAY'S RESULTS Koilon 10.1. Minneapolis !)·. New York 6!, Philadelphia BO. Syracuse 01, Forl Wayne 77. SATURDAY'S SCHEDULE Korl Wayne al Ilalclmorc, P h i l a d e l p h i a al New York. 8jrracu»e at Minneapolis. Milwaukee al Knehesler. Charles City Comets Beat Waverly 63-52 CHARLES CITY -- The Charles City Comets; who had lost 55-45 to Waverly in a previous game, 1 threw a haymaker at the Gohawks here Thursday night as the Comets won 63-52 in a Northeast Iowa Confer- AMF«5 f t l P ^ Towa State's unde en , cc Sa mc - Thc loss dropped Wav A M E S . ( U I ) -- l o w a btatcs uncle- c r l y jnto a fi na rthrce-way tic for fcatcd wrestlers broke a: six-year sccond Iacc , n (h ' jinx Thursday night when they ' downed Oklahoma, 21-8, for Iholr a sixth straight victory Alberlson with 24 points and Jer The Cyclones won five of eight Fishor |th lg wcr c Ihc lop scoS matches from the defending Big f Charles Cltv Seven champions after losing t o TM * r the Sooncrs for the last six years. ,,..!- ,. , f ,. ,,, , Oklahoma won only two classes £ add ° " JfJ JJ 1 *,^ 8 , 6 TM' W a v c l y with decisions by Don Hart in the J ^ h J°Th!SdS^ conLS 130-pound bout and by Tommy Evl o ",,"" ",, conlest Ins In the 147-pound class. The 157- NO «TM E «" pound bout ended in a draw. .Cyclone hefty Ron Larscn threw wn Gene While in 8:58 in the lC7-pound Jf e " » class. Larsen and Hugh Linn, J23-chaM,. c i y pounder, scored pins .for Iowa cr«c« ;.;.';; 4 £:·,. ' Outgo ' " * Decitrafc W. L. 1 if K ' 5 K 1ft I *· 13 Pc«. ,m .11: .it i» .1*7 .107 Williams, Meservey Play for Berth in State Meet Scores in Girls District Tournaments ,,, Shelby sqirniwEST. At Council Illufu--i., ).kUni) IB, 1,'Ugiih r1. A l Crenlon--Tlnitley 81. A d a l r 0(1 (over, line) I (lulJirle 'Center .;«. Tliavr.r (·· K l r » l Kmiiid. M S i d n e y -- S l r a h a i i M. Conu-ay r,.1i K e n i l f Enal* -- i -- W a r e Hi. A l b e r t Clly IX, U e m k r a i i d l :il. i«.viM p s"^.. r :*--"" er -'' 8: " uiiiven (i *· Who'll represent the North Central fowa area in the state girls basketball tournament in D e s Moines opening March 21 The answer comes Friday "night at Roosevelt Ficldhousc when Will i a m s and Alcscrveyplay the district title game, starting at 8:30. Marble Hock and Franklin Consolidated, who dropped the semifinal games on Wednesday, will play the opening game at 7:15 for the consolation trophy. The . Williams-Mcscrycy game is rated a to.s.sup. Each club .showed class on Wednesday by spilling pre-mcet favorites, Williams in a 52-47 win over Marble Kock and Meservey in a 40-39 victory over Al llarcuurl--Faruliiini v l j l f S O U T I I K A S T S e in I f I n a I» A l F a l r / l e l d -- Y a r m o u t h IK, Cedar I I . rankiin. Williams may have a better bal- ve. Odcboii anced team but the Meservey club has two of Ihc standout individuals At C r l m i e i l -- M i r c i n u j|,' (few V,'l CltUllr W, «llm»ji CO. Sliaron - .. _. Hound At Corydfin--Kddrvllle CO, .Moultr.n Final Hound 'ord ID. -VOKTHKAST Final ftuund Al f.'edar JtapJdi -- M n n l l c e l l o Sacred H e a r t M. I.ojt N a t i o n i f . A t I . c C r u i n l -- Itandatl lildora 61, .Vculiall M. EAST M a i a r a 7'.', V V I J 51. M a n h a t t a n «, St. .Inhll'f B k n . 7S CJOT) in the t o u r n a m e n t in Forward Marlene Kaduce and Guard Norene Vierkant. The big question will be whether Meservey can stop the S 8 ' 8 " 6 *' 1 S ?°TM P° WCr ° f t h e - liams front line, composed of Carmen and Marilyn Westwick and 01, Kelnbcck 57; . W i c h i t a 79. St. l.ouli ~a. L a w r e n c e Tech 7 1 , f l e l r o l t Tech 19 SOUTH Ki-Jilurky oil. Tcnatitct «. f i f o r f l a Tech SK, South Carolina 5^! t Irirlnla UB, V M I HI). K u r m a n y;t, .Mercer l!l. M a r j J a n d S3, ttcarfttown (DO 5(t K A K WKST Colorado AA-M BH. Colorado Stale id U l a h Slate «7, Driiver SS West Liberty, Monticello in Girls Finals By th« Associated Prest West Liberty and Sacred Heart of Monticello became the first two earns to qualify for the Iowa high school girls championship tournament in games Thursday night. Unbeaten West Liberty extended ts string to 23 games by shading Oxford 51-49 in the district final at Cedar Hapids. And at nearby Mount Vernon, S a c r e d Heart climbed into the. ousting Lost Nation, a member of the 195; .Itle field, 52-49. All in all, it was a bad night for unbeaten sextets and members of the sweet 16 of last year. Adair Upset Probably the biggest upset was posted at Creslon, where'Tinglcy snapped Adair's 24-game winning streak 61-60 after time had expired n an overtime session. Myrna Eng- and, Tinglcy's freshman forward, Drovided the winning points. Previously unbeaten Rembrandt ind Coin also failed in their semi- inal round district battles. Albert lity cut down Rembrandt, 48-47, to end a 23-game streak. Farragut, a major competitor in he Southwest, handed Coin its first aste of defeat in 20 contests 41-29. Meanwhile New Sharon, the second-place finisher in the stale meet i year ago, trailed Marengo all the vay and fell 64-52 at GrinnelL Over at Council Bluffs, however, Oakland kept its winning chain in- act over 25 games by trimming Pisgah 62-51. Graettinger Wins ' Up at Spencer, Graettinger, jeatcn three times during the regu- ar season by Ruthvcn, turned on with a 54-44 pcr- Elsie Hoc. All three are good ;corcrs and Williams entered the ourney with the top scoring team, club which has averaged 62 points per game. Meservey has a 20-5 record for he season while the Williams mark is 17-5. Williams has a r'oung club which includes only .wo seniors on the squad and the starting lineup includes two sophomores and a freshman. Meservey has been especially strong in late season and the only oss for Coach Lovcll Diddy's team in the past 15 games has been a one-point setback at the hands o: Franklin. In free throw competition in the tournament, Fay Tenold of Kenset posted the top mark by making 21 of 25 tries. Donna Schumacher, o. Denver has been "the" only" oiner qualifier : with 16 makes but of 25 Tenold alsp . was the 'winner here 'n the district tournament "last year. ts tormentors formancc. Only / three games--all finals- arc on tap for Friday night. Defending champion Garnavillo, ·iding a 51-game winning streak, .akes on Monona at Decorah in a rid for a second straight appearance in the championship tourney. In other games, Ankeny, a final- si in 1953, plays Valley of West DCS Moines at Jamaica, and Meservey meets Williams at Mason City. game--but the honest way. day night. The game was resumed where it left,off. In the 3-minutc overtime, Bcllflower won 68-67. "It was an honest»victory thi me," said Nickel. "It was Rochrich. Whitey Ford of the Yankees beat ( ·· - -- -- - « · w » » - « J ^ , t * * l U V Burlington with a big first quarter for a 26-15 lead. But in the second period (he Mason City team was guilty of bad passing and the Biackhawks came back to knot the Last Call for Ballots Only ubout half of the girls basketball ballots mailed by the Globe- Gazotte to a 6-county area in North Iowa have been returned. Coaches and officials in the area arc reminded that the all-state ballots for the Iowa Daily Press Association must be returned by no 'ater than Tuesday of next week. Final tabulation will be made at that time with the ballots to be forwarded to the IDPA office. Big Third Period Then, like in the first round win iver Keokuk, the Trojans turned IOWA PROBLEM--If Iowa hopes to repeat an early season victory over Illinois Saturday night, the Hawks will have to put the clamps on John Kerr, outstanding Illini center. Kerr scored 29 ·.·».. ^mut uat^t. points in the previous game at score at halftime 39-39. Illinois. He currently ranks sec- ~ * ~ " ' ond in the Big Ten scoring race with an average of 24.4 points per game. While Iowa is, second in the conference, Illinois still could figure in the title picture with a win. Upset Fever Reaches Peak in Big Ten CHICAGO (M-- Upset fever reach- ng a peak in Big Ten basketball when Indiana and Iowa were :nockcd off during the past week, again is on the rise. Defending champion Indiana 9-1, oser 100-00 to Northwestern (4-G) n overtime a week earlier, faces Michigan State (3-6) on the Spar- .ans' home floor Saturday. Illinois (6-3) invades Iowa (8-2) where the Hawkeyes are bristlini after being knocked out of a first place tie Monday by Ohio State 77-69. Minnesota (7-3) plays at Obi State (4-7). Indiana, Iowa, Illinois and Min nesota are the Big Four ; of the U More Teams Named for NCAA, NIT NEW YORK (^-College basketball's big postseason tournaments added to their fields Thursday. The National Invitation Tournament named Niagara immediately after the Purple Eagles whacked New York University 72-54 in Madison Square Garden. Earlier in the day the National Collegiate A t h l e t i c Assn. a n - nounced that Oklahoma City would slay Bradley on the latter's court March 9 in a first-round game. The winner will meet the Big Seven champion m the second round. Colorado and, Kansas currently are tied for the Big Seven lead. Along with Niagara, the NIT has Duquesne, No. 1 ranked team in The Associated Press poll; Western Kentucky, No. 4; Wichita, No. 15, which trimmed St. Louis 79-73 ast night; Dayton, No.. 17, and Louisville. The NCAA has Seattle, No. 7; Oklahoma City, No, 16; Bradley, and Idaho .State. Kentucky, ranked just behind Duquesne, took another §lep toward the NCAA Thursday night by beating Tennessee 90-63 for its 20th victory without defeat. That makes the Wildcats 11-0 in the Southeastern Conference to Louisiana State's 9-0 mark. If they keep on winning Indiana's Don Schlundt boosted lis individual scoring lead over II- inois' Johnny' Kerr by 4.8 points. Te is averaging 29.2 to Kerr's 24.4. Close behind Kerr are Dick Garmaker of Minnesota with 23.5 and Ohio State's Paul Ebert with 23.2. Durondo's Wallop Up Against Boxing Skill of Castellani By M U R R A Y ROSE NEW YORK Wr-Ernie Durando pits his vaunted right-hand waliop against the boxing skill of Rocky Castellani Friday night and the boxer is a 2-1 favorite to win. Castellani, No. 1 middleweight contender, is risking a possible itle shot in this third and "rubber" fight. The 10-rounder in Madison Square Garden will be broadcast ABC and clecast NBC starting at 9 p. m., CST); The stocky, 27-year-old Durando nailed the 26-year-old ex-Marine I three times with solid whacks n their previous 17 rounds and hree times Casty hit the deck. ami tils team, plus cheer lenders a i so a 1953 All America player Castellani went down for eight in and, a group of Wapclla fans, selvy has 286, with four games and lhe third rmmd four l rcars a S° but drove back to Bellflowcr Wedncs- the Southern Conference tourna- c a n i c back to h a n d Durando a mcnt still to play. Hard Way But Honest to Win at Basketball R P T T F T A W J ? T TII m ir . b ' u m a r K - u incy Keep on..winning, BELLFLOWER, 111. MI _ Here s lhoyn play off for the confcr ence the hard way to wm a basketball utlc and cnsuing NCAA bcrth ; r/nmn nut ihn hnnnpf ««.**r . _ - Prank Sclvy moved one step _ , _;,-- ·,. , ,- · ; * · ,, . , iTanK octvy inovcu one siep Coach EIry Nickel xjf Beliflower doscr Thursday night to a grand "hool thought his team had slam o£ m a j o r collegc scoring rcc . , Ul \^ a , pc , lla H)g , h 6 ?- 61 Tuesday ords by toss j nf r j n 45 i n Furman's night. ^Nickel was feeling happy- 93.49 win over Mercer. His 21 free with his -second victory in 20 lhrows m a d e his career total 625, games--until he checked his score bettering the 611 mark of Walt book when he returned home. _ · - · - . -- ... -- . . . . No matter how he added it up the score:came out 62-62. He tele ica center. The one mark still to go for . .lilt: unu jiictttv aiiiL IAI gu lui phoned the Wapclla'coach, Hank S ctvy is the season free throw rec Hoehrich, 25 miles away. Roehrich or a O f 332 set by Johnny O'Brien Fir.HT RESULTS By The AjsncUttrt rren t En fi t Lansing. Mich.,jo, tloz, ISSV^i Junrei, Mexico, 3. AKRON, Ohio -- Vlncc Mtrtlncz. 151 11. ,,,,l'i ' ° *«»Kues UCHI HIM, Philadelphia, io. ; a ninc-couni. wncn nc staggered up the white Sox five times in 1953 NKWAHK. N.j.-ruipii cioriiano, 143, Referee Rav Miller stonned the without dropping a decision. ^$.1°^TM * !cl " rown " 2 ral "' fight Emmetsburg Comes Next for Trojans SECOND ROUND SCORES Emmetsburg 66, Grandview 63. Mason City 83, Burlington 72. Muscatine 72, Estherville 49. Northwestern 93, Eagle Grove 92. (Overtime) WEBSTER CITY -- M a s o n City J..C. moved its record to 1G-4 for the season by defeating Burlington J.C. 83-72 in the second round of the state junior college tournament here Thursday afternoon. The Trojans now go into the semifinals of the meet and will play Emmetsburg in Friday night's first game at 6:45. Emmetsburg defeated Grand View of. DCS, Moines jQ-G3 in the first game on Thursday afternoon. Mason City and Emmetsburg, which has lost only twice all season, split their regular season games. The Trojans took off against leading into the last quarter. Thai 4-point edge stood up easily Big Del Schlutz, Mason City's 6-9 enter, was the top scorer of the amc with 33 points. He was fed /ell by Forward Bill Holm, who dded 19 points in his own right. The scoring for the Biackhawks vas concentrated in their pair of orwards, Joe Hauser and Don l a i m , who made 22 and 20 points espectively. Mason City and Emmetsburg 'ere joined in the semifinals by luscatine and Northwestern. Mus- atine's undefeated team ran its ecord to 21-0 by downing Esther- ille 72-49 while Northwestern pilled Eagle Grove 93-92 in an vcrtime contest. Eagle Grove, one f the pre-tourney favorites, twice during the season had defeated Northwestern. Muscatine and Northwestern will play the second game Friday night in the semifi tie 'race. The mini counte . out if Iowa defeats: them Saturday Michigan Staters coidd make' $i tough for Indiana ! and Ohio State feels, capable of upsetting ': Minn'ie- sota after its success with Iowa; The Buckeyes .1- have regained heir standing as the conference's }est field goal shooters with a .389 percentage. Indiana is second \vith 387 and Iowa third at .386. Ohio State also is the most accurate on ree throws, .696. Wisconsin (9-4), vhich invades Michigan (9-2) Saturday, is second with .692 and II- inois third at .688. Iowa has the best defensive record, yielding an average of 66.5 points to opponents. Ohio State, he second best scoring team with a 78.5 average, is last on defense vith a yield of 81.3. Indiana's 80.5 coring average tops the Big Ten. Northwestern currently is the hottest shoo'ting team, hitting 46 per cent of its shots in its last wo games. The Wildcats, who host p urd«e (2-9) Saturday, h a v e raised their shooting percentage 29 points to an even .350 for the season. RUDY HORVATH --61 in First Round Unknowns in Top Places of Texas $12,500 Open S A N ANTONIO W! -- So-called "unknowns" led by Canadian Rudy Horvath, whose blazing 61 bested the field by a stroke, dominated the top places as the $12,500 Texas Open moved into its second round Friday. Horvath of Windsor, Ont., made Brackcnridge Park's par 71 a shambles Thursday in the first round and so did 90 other players in the greatest par-wrecking spree this tournament ever saw. There was only a five-stroke dif- Feb. 19, 1H4 11 Mason Clly Globe-Gaztde, Maion Clly, la. · .----- -- "-" Cerence from Horvalh down to n n . a ,: gi :? at ^ird period, outscoring llth place and 18 golfers were in J'^fi-n for a 64-50 margin that spread. Joe Moore Jr., of White Plains, N. Y., was in second place with a Rod Chisholm Resigns From Girls' Union ONAWA UP) -- Doyle Carpenter, superintendent of schools here, said Friday that R. 1C. (Rod) Chisholm has resigned as executive secretary of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union. The resignation is effective March 15, Carpenter, an executive committee member, said. "Chisholm submitted his resignation at a Wednesday meeting of the union in DCS Moines/' Car- bentcr said. "The resignation was formally accepted by the union at that time." Carpenter -said Chisholm stated that ill health was the reason for his resignation. Chisholm was not immediately available for tomment. He has served as executive secretary of the union for G'/i years. The girls' union was formed in 92G after a split with the boys' owa High School Athletic Assn. Jhisholm was the group's first full- ime executive secretary. Chisholm's salary for the past ear was $5,991.62 plus $1,188.01 or travel expenses. His three-year :ontract was due to expire next uly. Earlier this week Chisholm denied reports he had resigned, say- ng he had basketball banquet peaking commitments for "two months" after the tournament season. 62. Posting 63s were Wally Ulrich of Maplewood, N. J., Shelly Mayfield of Chicopec, M a s s., and Lionel Hebert of Erie, Pa. Jerry Coleman Figures to Succeed His Successor By BEN OLAN ;ames night. Mason NEW YORK comeback f Jerry Coleman took on added ignificance for the New York Yankees Friday as the world cham pions were faced with the prospec of playing without Billy Martin ..... .,,.,, ^ua lllHlulla iuy anu n; heir star second baseman, for th .best dual meet record of District Mat Meet at Osage on Saturday OSAGE -- The district wrestling tournament for North Central Iowa teams will be held here Saturday at the Osage gym. Competing t e a m s are Britt Osage, Charles City, Mason City' Hampton and Nbrthwood. Britt rates as a very slight favorite for the team championship and has the next two seasons. school in the tourney. any - Consolation and championship are slated on Saturday City defeated Emmets burg 64-45 in an early December game at Mason City but Emmetsburg took the return game in early February on its own court 64-59. 21-0 for Muscatinc After rolling up a 34-21 lead, AIus catine had little trouble beating Sstherville as the winners were lee y the 2l-point scoring of Dick 3arry. Emmetsburg had to hold on n the last period to clip Granc 'jew. The J-Hawks had a 51-43 margin going into the fourth pe- iod. Jim Truelson hit 18 points to op the winners while Egon Ell- aard was high 'ith 20 points. for 'Grand View The Eagle Grove-Northwestern ame was knotted Sl-alL at the end f regulation play with the western owa club outscoring the Pirates 2-11 in the extra stanza. Gary vrekes and Bubb Korver led the 'orthwestern attack with 28 and 6 points respectively while Mern Peter topped Eagle Grove with "i. The Mason City-Burlington box- Coleman, who rejoined the Van- There will be three sessions in kees last August after 16 months inlthe tournament. The opening the Marines, now figures to suc-lmatches will start at 10:30 in the " oor1 h5 ° """""--"- 'morning. Semifinals will be staged ..--.-. -. ~- .v,f"'-i-iu jji mclin the afternoon starting at 2:30. 1953 World Series against" Brobk-lThe championship and champion- lyn, was notified Thursday by hisUhip consolation matches ' will be Berkeley, Calif., draft board that held in the evening starting at 7:30. his appeaJ^of^aj i-A classification! . In a 6-team flefd;: here -last has been turned down. 'He likely/season, Osage was;e winner with win be called "iip in March. , |37 points; while Afasoa City finished Billy,-: who claimed five depehd-ffn 'the runherup spot vvith'' 27 and enfs, said, "I'll'go happily if theyjCh'arles City was a close third with can figure out some way to support) 25 - ; · . my dependents." Coleman eager to regain his old : ob, already is working out at St.) Petersburg, Fla., in advance of the regular squad. Orroles Get Gil Coon in Trade for S fevers ORLANDO, Fla. UPh~Roy Sievers, core: IASON CITY--s;; FG ecker 7 olm y chlutz '. j,-, ubbard 4 'nod 2 K e l l y i TOTALS M BURLINGTON--Vd FG Elauser ' . . . . . . . J O Malm . . . Brandt .. Wrlsht .. 'ancy licking.. ( In the return two years ago, Cas- .ellani jabbed, hooked and danced Lo a 5-0 lead in rounds. Ernie dropped him .with one right to the icad in the sixth just before the 3elL In the seventh, :Erriic caught his foe with a right uppercut, knocking Castellani flat on his face for nine-count. When he staggered up FT 0 PF TP II 13 18 S3 FT PF TP t Ohtrman 1 Platt I) The Yankees had good and bad Ar r,,- T ' .° V . VC J*' ws on contrapf 5c, n ina Aii;J A m e n c a n Lea ^ ue rookie of the terms. Four Deadlocked in Women's Invitational MIAMI BEACH, Fla. ' U8--Com- petition was rugged as the country's best women professionals and amateurs teed off Friday in the second 18-hole round of the $5,000 Serbin Invitational golf tournament. Deadlocked in first place were four pros--Babe Zaharias, Betty Hicks, Patty Suggs--and a . ... . teur, Vonnie Colby of Hollywood, Fla. They shot 73s, one under women's par, Thursday. Berg and Louise formidable ama- Jim Pearsall of the Boston Red The dea!, announced here Thursday by the Senators' vice president, Calvin Griffith, was described as a straight trade with no other consideration. Sports Calendar FRIDAY--(basketball) Mason City at E a s t Des Moines. District girls consolation and finals at Roosevelt Fieldhouse, times 7:15 and 8:30. SATURDAY - (basketball) Mason City at North Des Moines. (wrestling) District meet at Osage. BELL HAD EVEN SEASON CINCINNATI ffl--Guss Bell, center fielder for the Cincinnati Red- legs, went to bat 305 times at home and 305 times on the road in 1953. He hit .305 at Crosley Field 14 II 61 no TOTALS i9 Score by q u a r t e r s : MASON CITY'. "C B U R L I N G T O N IS .._ .,,, , Free throws missed: D e c k e r 2, H o l m Schluti 3. Wood 2, Hauler ,T, Malm 3 llrsndt i, Wright 4. Waggoner 'i, Ober man. Officials: Mijmisson and Naylor. FIGHT RESULTS FALL RIVER, Mass.--Gene LcBlanc H7, Fall River, outpointed Ciuick Foster I-16, Omaha, 10. MT. CARMEL, Pn.--Johnny Lombardo :S3, Ml.' Carmcl. outpointed Rudy Watkins !S7, Baltimore, 8. AUGUSTA, Maine -- Babe UlcCarron !5(Hi. Augusta, stopped Buttsy Gallant US, RiimTord, 7. TOPEKA. Kan. -- Dave Shade, 137W Jctrolt, outpointed Bobby ISlckle, 13SV- Topeka. 10. Jim rearsaii or me .Boston Ked 1953. He hit .305 at Crosley Field Sox led the American League injand .295 in the seven other ball sacrifice hits during the 1953 sea- parks of the National League. His COMPLETE MTO* Repair Service · CLEANED · RECORDED We Will Remove, Repair and Replace the Radiator. LANE BROS. BEE LINE SERVICE 25 2nd S. W. Phon« 1411 son with 19. final average was an even .300. C O L G A T E - P A L M O L I V E ' S OUT-SHAVES 1HY LATHER OR BRUSHLESS CREAM! FASTER! Just press the top for instant lathed SMOOTHiR! Creamy Rapid-Shave gives you smooth close shaves! Razor glides easy. CLIANCR! No messy brush! No greasy creaml No razor NCAKLY 3 '/MONTHS' ONir 79*

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