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Muscotine, Emmetsburg Eliminated WEBSTER CITV - t h e ' Mason City J. C. basketball team won it rubber «ame of the season 72-6 from Emmetsburg here Fridav night and the victory put the Tro jans into Uie stale junior colleg nna s on Saturday night agains Northwestern of Orange City _ Northwestern, which had upsc Eagle Grove on Thursday, pulled a second upset in the tourney b handing Muscatine Us first loss n the season in 22 games, 74-08. Bubb Korvcr, considered Uie outstanding junior college football player ii the state, led the R a i d e r 'attack with 22 points followed by Hoi Vcllinga with 21. Rick Peterson hi 21 for the losers. The win was the Kith in 21 games for Northwestern this season. Muscalinc had been seeded No 1 in (he tourney. Emmetsburg aiu Muscatine will play the consola iJon game Saturday night starting at 6:45 while Mason City anc Norllnycstern will play Die cham pionship game starling at. 8:30. Closing Rush The Mason City-Em mclsburj, game was a close battle alJ the way-- just as expected. With onl -Hi minutes of playing lime re maining in the game Ihe score was knotleci at GO-00. in Ihc clos ing rush, Del Schlutx scored six points and Bill Ilolni.foiir to bring Mason City ils victory. Meanwhile in the closing stages of the game Center Jim Truelson of Emmetsburg was held scoreless. Truelson is the leading J. C. scorer in the stale this season anc he had 33 points in Friday's game. Tie brought home lt points in the third quarter alone against Mason City and kept E m m e t s b u r g in the running. Schlutz, who topped Ihe Mason City scoring wilh 19 points, had only four the first half. H u b b a r d Carries Load It was Jerry Hubbard who car ried Mason City through the first half. 'Mason City trailed at the quarter H-10 but went in front 2024 by intermission and Hubbard had 15 points the first half in addition to stealing the ball numerous times. Bob Wood came through for Mason City at a couple' of crucial points in the game, breaking second half deadlocks with baskets. Joe Card of Emmolsburg, who made 19 points in the game, was the floor general for Ihe losers and also was a deadly shooter from out courl, getting eight of his nine baskets in the game from beyond the free throw lines. The Mason City rebounding was led by Ralph Decker and Holm. The win boosted the Mason City record for the season to 17-4 while the loss was only the third of the season for Emmetsburg. Truelson, who had no fouls for the first three quarters, was charged with four in the fourth quarter and Schiiltx made four free Ihrows in Ihc late stages which Iced the game. The boxscore: MASON ciTv--i Holm D e c k e r ....... . Scliluti ........ I f l l h b a r d . . . . . . . . . . Wood K e l l y . . . . . . . . . . . TOTAr.S K n n e r , . Flnneiean Truelion G»rd M l l e h a m A l l e n . . . llrennan ,-- 07 F* o 3 .1:1 D I 1 1 FI rr B 3 I) s Ft PI Tp TOTALS . 2 7 .13 19 «7 Score by quartern (I) CJ) (S) (| MASON' CITY Ill ·» .((i 7;; EMMKTSUUHQ I I ··! 17 (17 Free throw* mlssetl: Ilnlm 7, Decker 2, Schlutz n, H u h b a r d 2, Wood. Truclson, Curd, M l l e h a m '2. OIMclali: MagnnMon anil N»ylor. Clear Lake Beats Hampton 81-41 in Conference Final HAMPTON-- Clear Lake smothered Hampton 81-41 Friday night in the final North Central Conference game of the season for both clubs. The victory gave the Lions a 12-11 record for the season and 8-C in the conference for fourth place. Bill Tarr clumped in 21 points for the winners. The ,Clcar Lake sophs won the preliminary 58-38. The boxscore: CLEAR t . A K K -- H I ...... F, Ft rt J'atUclnil! ............... 1 ··· ·· AiManrt ........... . ..... I Wright ................... S T»rr ..... ................ !l Stimkanl , ....... . ....... I Tnomarn ................. .1 Mead .................... I) 2 Alklnn linvelaon .... Mneller .................. 0 KimUey .................. S TOTALS ...... .,.'. ..... 31 H A M P T O N -- II F|f Bruninn . ................ 2 Hlojner .................. 1 Warner ......... ...... ... ii DJerkx ....... . ........... I K u r j j e n a ..... ........... a K«rr . ......... ........... I R»»mux»em ,... ......... I Thnm».l ...... ............ 1 O'Hrlen .................. 1 1(1 1!) HI Ft VI Tp TOTALS .. ............ . 13 17 25 41 Score hy (H»rter» ( I t (3t !)) M CI.KAR I.AKP, ., ........ fi t l ftl 81 ·AMI-TON . ............. R II 31 II Vren throws m t n i e d t Clear l.»ks 19, ·umptnn 17. O f r i r l j l n : S » v » r e , C'.eili, City, Northwestern Play J.G. Finals Garnavillo Back Into State Meet By Associated Press Those Candy Kids of Garnavillo who seem to have forgotten how to lose, powered their way into Ihe stale basketball loiirnamen finals Friday night for another crack at the championship they won last year. They defeated Monona for Ihc third time this season 58-40 in the district finals at Candy Kids now Dccorah. The can look back over a string of 52 games before they find the last lime they lastec dcfeal. It was their 33rd triumph this season. The shooting of Sandra Fielc led Garnavillo through the game. She scored 28 points to boost her three game tournament lolal lo 89 anc push her career total past Ihe 3,200 mark. That makes her the third highcs scorer in Iowa history. Only Mon ona's Norm a Schoult with 4,187 points and Curlew's Jeancltc Gates Snavcly with 3,818 have surpassec her total. Unheralded Williams and twice beaten Valley of West DCS Moines joined Garnavillo in the finals. Williams tripped Mcservcy 4031 at Mason City and West Des Moines upset Ankcny, a 1953 final ist, 57-47, at J a m a i c a in the only other district championship games Friday night. Unbeaten West Liberty and Sacred Heart of Monticello won championship mcnt berths Thursday. tourna- DASKETBALL NOltTII IOWA C l e a r Lake Kl. Hampton 11. Kast Des Mollies C'i. Mason City 58 H u m b n l d l 59, Eajrle G r o v e 37. low» Falls 57, A l K o n a .V.'. K l e m n i B HO, Kanuwlia 11. M i t c h e l l 62, C h c u l e r in. Nashua BO, Kockford 51. Orchard SO. Floyd 3U. O w » s a .17. Popejoy ;!7. J'lynioulh HO, S n - a l e d a l e 13. H a k e flo, Hrleelyn ( M i n n . ) al. Itowin I I . Cliapln 40. Webiler Cltr 71, Clarion r,0. A H O U N D T I I K STATE l ) e » Mulnes M o t t l i n g a:|, 1'ella Hli. A m e « f,a, Marsh.illtown 18. Counrll liluffi A b e L i n c o l n I I , Omaha North I t . Dubuijue 03, navedporl 53. llixmr !), Ojneola BO. Grlnnell 60. Newton iO. Mutcatlne 73. Kort MadUon J17. Clinton Lyons f,0. .Morrison. I I I . , 31, Mount I'leatxnt I I I , Keokuk X I . Muncatlne T.I, Kort M a d l i n n 57. Independence S t . Tlplon n, Clinton M, Iowa City !«. Ulenwood SO, Creiton 58. Sluux CHy Central S3. Vermllllon, S.D. 49. Slour city East 4S, Sioux City lleelan 16. Manion A8, I'ocahonU* 5.1. KlDierrllle ,11. Cherokee Iff. Centervtlle G 1 .', Charllon SX. Cedar Kaplds M c K l n l e y 43, Cedar Rapids Roosevelt 41. Cedar Falls 7J, Waterloo Eaut J?. l l u r l l n f t o n 31, Kalrfleld I I . Rock Island A l l e m a n 112, nubuque Loras Grundy Center 77. Ackiey 3ft. F R I D A Y COLLEGE Cornell 70, Vale .10. I'cnn 78, Brown 67 ( o v e r t i m e ) , (ienrge Washington 8li, Wake l-'oreil 71. Wm Mary W, Wa» SI. Newberry Kl, The C i t a d e l 71. Oklahoma City B2, Wyoming 10. Toledo 71. Ohio Univ. 6fl. liowllnr Green (Ml, M i a m i . Ohio Vi. Upper Iowa 88, West mar ts. Iowa WejJeyan PI. Centra! Iowa 71. Carletun K!. KIpoii An. North Dakota 70, North Dakota State 70. St. Olaf 8.-, Lawrence IW. Lnras 77, lluena V i s t a (it. Coc 01, Carthage B7. G r e a t Lakes 86, St. N o r l i e r t 8t, Nnrtli Central ( I I I . ) 7.1, Belolt 63., Chicago Unlr. (W. K l m h u r s l 45. Te«a« Tech i7, Arizona Stale B7. Southern California 5li, CallrornU 38. UCLA O'l, StanfDrd 77. B r l K l i a m Younc 83. Utah 76. Oregon State SI, Wash. Stale IB. Oreron G;(, Washington ,111. Montana Slate Til. Idaho Slate ~i. San Jo»e State 7i, Santa Clara 5.1. San Francisco li'J. St. Marys 55. Nino Valdes Picked Over Archie McBride HAVANA, Cuba (UP) -- Nino Vaicles, Cuban heavyweight champion who is seeking a shot at vorld heavyweight c h a m p i o n locky Marciano, is a heavy favor- le lo defeat Archie McBride of tcnlon, N.J., Saturday night in heir 10-round bout at the Havana porls Palace. Rod Chisholm Resigns; Will Write Books J3ES MOINES W--K. H. (Hod) Chisholm, 49, who is resigning effective March 35 as executive secretary of the Iowa Girls' High School Alhletic Assn., says he plans to devote full time lo wriling and publishing of sporls books. But Chisholm, who has been with IGHSAU as executive secretary since the union established (hat post as a full time job (P/i years ago, says he probably wil stay on until another man is ap pointed by the executive board. Doyle Carpenter, superintcnden of schools at Onawa, a.board mem her, disclosed Chisholm'.s resigna lion Friday. The a n n o u n c e m c n l settled reports and denials whicl had been current since the com mittce met here Wednesday. Car pcnler said the resignalion was wrilten in "terms of ill health." Ahead of Time Another committee member, Lo veil Diddy of Meservey, said the group had planned to wait unti after the slate girls basketball tournament March 2-li to make the announcement. Chisholm said "there has beer friction among the board members about some of my activities" anc. he added that "the resignalion was the culmination of a lot of in cidenls." He said his health has been poor for three years. A board member who dedmed :o bo quoted by name said Chis holm "didn't spend enough time on IGHSAU business." Point of friction _ Chisholm said one point of fric- ion between him and some board members was that he wanted to advertise in Iowa the sale of books he has written including "Coaching and Playing Girls' Basketball." iis IGHSAU a n n u a l salary has )een $6,500 plus about a thousand lollars in travel expenses. He also said the friction came to a head when a Des Moines bank called Diddy, union treasurer, about a $4,500 personal check signed by Chisholm in connection vith a purchase of stock. Diddy received the call in Chisholm's presence and said he didn't know why ic received Ihe call "unless per- laps they figured Rod being a pub ic figure the' board members should be interested in it." After this, Chisholm said, he wrote the board members anc asked them to attend a meeting to discuss his resignation. Chisholm said he has been work- ng on a sports publishing com- any of his own in his spare time "or the past four years. Celtics Move Up on Second Place Syracuse Nationals By The Associated Press The Boston Celtics were within Vi. games of the second place yracuse Nationals in the Eastern division of the National Basketball Assn. Saturday -- thanks, as usual, to the efforts of their "big hree." The Celtics defeated the Milwau-. ·cee Hawks 78-73, Friday night in he league's only contest to gain half-game on the Nats. Bob Cousy, Ed Macauley and ill Sharman proved the difference. Macauley was high man with 0 points, while Sharman pitched n wilh ID and Cousy with 18. S A T U R D A Y ' S S C H E D U L E Fort Wayne at B a l t i m o r e . Philadelphia at New York. Syracuse at Minneapolis. M i l w a u k e e ut Roclieiler. FRIHAV'S RESULT · Boston 78. Milwaukee 13. SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE Philadelphia vi. Boston at Providence. Baltimore v«. New York at Providence. Minneapolis at Syracuse. Maior. Olobe-O»i*Ue, Ma»on Cli/, 20 1754 Winners Get 7 Points in Last 10 Seconds E, Des Moines Wins 62-58 Over Mason City Mohawks DISTRICT CHAMPS--Shown above is the happy Williams g i r Globc-U.'i/ctle plioto s basketball team just ing 1 MJI re h 2. _ . . . f . t . - CV' com l ete m t }ie slate meet at Drake Fieldhouse in Des Moines-open- DES MOINES--East Des Moines* put on a thrilling finish to overcome a three-point deficit with only 10 seconds remaining to dcfeal the Mason City Mohawks 62-58 here Friday night in a Big Six Conference game. Mason City was leading 58-55 with iO seconds lo go when Ihe Scarlcls started rolling. Lelloy Jacobson put in a ficldgoal and a free throw to tie it up at 58-58 with 5 seconds left. Seconds later two free throws by Dick Jensen following a Mohawk foul and a John Cisna shot from the field let the Scarlets win by the 4-point margin. All told, the capital: city crew had dumped in seven points in a 10-second span. East High jumped off lo a 13-C first quarter lead but the Mohawks came roaring back to lead 25-19 al the conclusion of two periods. Mason City still led beginning the fi- North Iowa Basketball PLYMOUTH-SWALEDALE BOYS: Plymouth 80, Swalcdale 13. Scoring: Jerry Hansen (P) 19, Bill Ames (S) 18. Plymouth has a 24-2 record. GIRLS: Plymouth 48, Swaledale 23. Scoring: Ann Molsberry (P) 20. ALGONA - IOWA FALLS Varsity: Iowa Falls 57, Algona 52. Scoring: Bob Silvest (1) 10, Donn Hutchins (A) 17. Tied at half 20-20. Winners did good rebounding. MITCHELL-CHESTER BOYS: Mitchell 62, Chester 40. nal frame 41-36, but East put away Scoring: Arnold Anderson ( M ) 25, 2G fourth-quarter the Mohawks' 17 to win. Williams Defeats Meservey 40-31 to Take District Title By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor Williams, a fast moving and quick passing club, moved to the 16-team state tournament field by Jefealing Meservey 40-31 in the district finals Friday night at Roosevelt Fieldhouse before an estimated 1,800 fans. The Williams club, which came into the meet with the poorest record (16-5), left little doubt that it was Uie No. 1 team in the G-team field competing here. As agains' Marble Rock in the semifinals Coach Jim Opoien's club built up an early lead and then matchec points in the second half for Un victory. ' ; Meservey in Front 8-1 Meservey took an early 8-1 Jeac in the game and 5A minutes hac elapsed before Williams got its first basket, that by Marilyn Westwick. Meservey finished the quarter still in front 8-6. But Williams Globe-Gazette All-Tourney Team F.--Marilyn Westwick, Williams F.--Marlene Kaduce, Meservey F.--Polly Grace, Marble Rock G.--Norene Vierkanf, Meservey G.--JoAnn Walker, Williams G.--Marlys Stover, Franklin iept up Us'spree into the second period and moved to a 14-8 lead, giving Ihem 13 straight points. Esher Blau finally broke Ihe spell 'or Meservey with a basket but at lalftime Williams held a 24-14 lead...,, That was enough. The Central fj owa club hung around the 10-point margin for most of the second ha!f. Marilyn Westwick, a passing whiz, ed the winners in scoring with 16 points and her sister Carmen fol- owccl with 14. Williams also gol excellent defensive play from JoAnn Walker, who held the high coring Marlene Kaduce of Meservey to 11 points. Blau topped the scoring for the osers with 16 points and Guard Norene Vicrkant again turned in an excellent defensive g a m e . Only Two Seniors The Williams squad includes only two seniors, Forward Elsie Roe and uard Rosemary Crilly. Walker is only a freshman. The loss was the sixth of the season for Meservey, the Ccrro Gordo champs, in 2G games. Franklin Consolidated won the consolation game by defeating Marble Rock 50-40. The game was tied al the quarter 7-7 but Frank lin racked up seven straight points to open the second period and wa in front 23-12 by halftime. The winners held a 14-point edge, 40-2 going into the: final quarter. Grace Scores 22 Polly Grace of Marble Rock, who had all but one fieldgoal for the losers in the first half, finished as scorer wilh 22 points. Mar- "lys Chrtstcnsen paced the Frankin attack with 21 points although t was Margaret Waskow who car- ·ied the second half load as she made 14 of her 15 points in the game after intermission. Marble Rock had a great deal of rouble at the foul lanes and missed 29 free throws in the game. The boxscores: Cresco Wins District Mat Championship HOW THEY FINISHED 're sco ;,. New Hampton - . . . , , . . ' . " ! k; Oetweln iVesl Union Waverlj- . . . Decorah Tripoli . Jack Aeling and Bob Hahn were the top guns in the Mohawk offense. Aeling lopped all scorers for Ihe night with 19 points, 14 of them in the nip-and-tuck second half. Hahn helped out wilh 12 counters. Aeling and Sophomore Jon Bramhall were outstanding in the rebounding department. Ron Maigaard, Sam Bradley and Jesscn headed Des Moines' scoring ilist wilh 15, 14 and 12 points re- jspectively. Two substitutes, Cisna id Jacobson, helped the Scarlet ause with 10 and eight tallies. East's superiority at the free row line was a decided factor in ie outcome. East made 18, missed while Mason City was able to ut in only 14 of 30. East has a chance to tic for sec- nd place in the Big Six Confer- KK Sli nee if the Scarlets can win at f o r c l 32 ort Dodge Saturday night. If East ins, East Waterloo and East Des loines will finish with 7-3 records. Mason City is scheduled for anther Des Moines contest Satur- ay night, meeting North.High. In arlier games at Mason City, the lohawks lost 54-53 to East and ealt North a 52-44 defeat. Coach Bill Steneker's : club will meet Yebster City Wednesday night at Roosevelt Fieldhouse in a district ournament tilt. The boxscore: againstjS. Bochm (C) 9. Milchell was ahead 31-14 at the half. GIRLS: Mitchell G5, Chester 4G. Scoring: Dallas Beyer (M) 34, V. Ncier (C) 30. Mitchell took a 33-15 lead at the half. 10 Sheffield vs. Orchard, Holy Family vs. Osage in District Play Monday Round No. 2 in the boys state school basketball eliminations gets under way Monday night and doubleheacier will open the action t Roosevelt Fieldhouse in Mason aiy. Sheffield and Orchard lead off he tournament activity with a :lass B contest at 7 o'clock while loly Family of Mason City meets Osagc in a class B game at 8:30. The meet resumes with another win bill on Tuesday night, again vith, class B and class A teams in action. Fertile will meet Rucld in he opening class B game with Sew Hampton and Greene playing he second game, a class A affair, 'he championship final games in olh classes" will be played on Friday night. Sh«ffitld Stands 18-5 Coach. Fred Omcr's Sheffield cam has on 18-5 record for the easoft and finished as runncrup in he North Star Conference behind powerful Fertile. The losses for the he Claydiggers have come at the lands of Fertile (twice), Dows, Bclmond and R u d d . Sheffield boasts one of the top scorers in North Iowa in Dean Peter. Orchard, coached by Carl Balvanz, has posted a 21-4 record for the season and finished as runner- up to Carpenter in the Lime Rock Conference. The team has been led by Wesley Benson. Losses have been to Carpenter (twice), Grafton and Stacyville. ' Holy Family goes into its game against Osagc .with a 21-4 mark for the season being stopped only twice in its last 23 games. During that string of 23 games, the Maroons have lost only lo Cedar Rapids I.C. and Cowling of DCS Moines, both strong clubs. In their past five games, the Maroons have averaged 79.8 noints per game alt h o u g h their defensive play throughout the season has overshadowed the offensive work. The main strength of the Maroons has been in good team speed and balanced scoring. , Up»«t St. Antgar The Osage Green Devils come to the tournament with, a 7-15 record. Coach Joe Doyle's club pulled an upset in the first round of sectional play by beating St. Ansgar 59-55, only the third setback of the season in 39 games for the Saints. Osage then went on to wallop Rice- villc 73-41 in the sectional finals. Rick Johnston has been a consistently high scorer for the Green Devils this season. Fertile 28-2 is the class B tournament favorite but is expected to have tough opposition from Rudd (16-5). The New Hampton-Greene game on Tuesday is rated about a tossup. New Hampton has a 15-6 record for the season but its setbacks have been to such strong clubs as Iowa City, Cedar Falls (twice), Waverly, Charles City and Postville. Center Frank Utlcy has been the leading scorer for the Chicks.- · Greene has a 20-4 mark for the season and won the Butler County tournament. Losses have been to Shell Rock, Nashua, · Allison and P.nrlccrsburg. The Ramblers have an.aH-iyetcranjtcam with five seniors in the starting lineup'. Center Lloyd Graven is the leading scorer with -a 20-point average. VILL1AMS- ;. W e s t w i c k . f .['". T. W e s t w i c k . f ·rilly. g . . , ensen, g , Valker. g '.,',', loltkamp. g TOTALS . , i I E S E R V E V -- l i t ·vaduce, f Blau, f '..'.[ mit, f .Icbernecht, f . . . . . . Vlerliant, g ' " . H u l t e r , g ', Kuhlers, K TOTALS Score hy quarters WILLIAMS . . . . M E S E R V E Y . . . . ' . . . Fe I . fi ', 0 fl , 0 u rt X . . I I V ! Fft Fl F Tp ID . n . 0 . n . n (it . i; . !f NEW HAMPTON -- The Cresc Spartans beat out New Hampto 54-35 for the district high schoc wrestling title here Friday nigh Jt was the second straight yea that Cresco edged the Chicks. The Spartans took seven of the 1 'inals matches. Cresco's Rober Hykc gained the only pin for thi champs taking Terry Roberts o Oelwein in 3:38. Defending heavy veight district and state champion ~ary Kurdelmeir decisioned Oel vein's Lee Behrens 4-0. Dave Dodge, New Hampton, 138 lound district champ in 1D53, lost on a close decision in the 145 pound weight (o Cresco's Ronald Roberts. Cresco will send 10 wrestlers into the state meet at Cedar Falls on ^ March 5 and 6 while New Hampton J« will send seven. All champs and runnersup in the eight district meets in the state qualify for the championship tourney. The results: CHAM P I O N S H I P MATCHES fl5-- Dim Webster CO dec. Arlln Severson (XI!) 7 - . lltt--Allan Cutsforlh I N H dec. Georcc Cowlcs ( W C J ) G-V. II-!--John M c C r l l l U ( N i l ) dec. Arnold Vokitjr (C) 6-t. I-'li--Kenneth O'Karti Lane (O 7-S. CHAPIN-ROWAN B O Y S : Rowan 41, Chapin 40. Scoring: Eugene Burmestcr (C) 18, Don Aldrich (R) 14. Chapin led at the half 24-21. Roger Rietz made free throw with five seconds lo go to break a 40-40 tie. G I R L S : Chapin 42, Rowan 20. Scoring: Dorolhy Schaefer (C) 16, Roberta Hansen (R) 14. NASHUA-ROCKFORD VARSITY: Nashua 60, Rockford 51. Scoring: Vern Meihost (N) 19, Clink ( R j 19. Nashua was out in front 30-21 at the half. RESERVES: Nashua 46, Rock- KLEMME-KANAWHA BOYS: Klemme 59, Kanawha 43. Scoring: Roger Terhufen (Kl) 18, Don Theiman (Kl) 14, Jack Mewes (Ka) 12. Klemme was ahead at the half 29-21. GIRLS: Klemme 48, Kanawha 41. Scoring: Carol Bridges (Kl) 24, Nadine Emmons (Ka) 21. Klemme held a 29-16 lead at the half. EAST D.M.--82 TFr Blddle o Fontntni 1 0 Ft Pt Tp Bradley Jessea Malgaard Romen* . SJsam B a 6 O D Isn* 4 Jacobson .f 1 S (I 1 n o: .1 CLARION-WEBSTER CITY VARSITY: Webster City 71', Clarion 50. Scoring: Andy Yates (\V) 16, Tom Robie (C) 13. Webster City led at Ihe half 35-28. North Central Conference game. SOPHS: Clarion 51," Webster City 42. TOTALS ·IASOX crrr--is tansen Rramhill o K 3 FIT IS 19 6" Ft VI Tp 3 .t !) IS « cn ·!4 :« It '.'I :u (n to :;i Free throws missed: Roe !). Kacluce 10. - Rlan. Grnen O f f i c i a l s : H a r m s and Stead. M A R B L E ROCK--10 Grace, f K. Lewis, / M c N e i l u s , f, f ... Fraschl, f Kmll, f H e f t , f A. Hohl, e; M. llohl. g D. Lewis, g, { Rex. r Ft i; :t i u i) ~h n i) D n u F s Staudt, j; TOTALS ] j 10 FRANKLIN--.ifl Chrlstcnscn, ( Waskow. f . . . K a s s e b a u m , f A l l . Stover, t . Kelllson, f Meyer, g Slover. e U'ubhena, g . . . Johansen. g Thompson, g , Sorenson, e . , Ft J t TOTALS . . . . . Score lij- quarters M A R B L E ROCK ....... 7 FRANKLIN ......... . . . . 7 (I) is rj CO -·fl 40 Tp t! I l.i 1:1 I o o ii 0 (I (I I) .10 (II 40 10 M Free Ihrows mlsjcil: Oracc 1i. K. Lewis n.. MoN'eilus 7, I. Lewis 4, Chrlstensen III, Ml. Stover, Wasfcou- ·;, Kassebaum S Officials: Stead anil Harms. Saturday's Title Contests in Girfs Sectional Meets All fames al 8:"0 p.nt, SOUTHWEST At Council Blurts--Oakland vs. Lewis. At Creator.--Tlnftejrv*. Gulhrle Center. At Sidney--Farr»rvtv». Slrahan. NORTHWEST At Harcourt -- Stratford vs. .Farnham- rllte. ; At Pocufiontas--Ware v«. Albert City. At Spencer--Ornetllnjer vs. Melvln. · At Sloit* Clly--Holileln vs. Washta. ^ N O R T H E A S T At LcGrand--Kandall vs. Eldora. SOUTHEAST Al Corydrin--Sejrmour vn. Kddj-vlllr. A t F a l r f l e l d -- R l c h U n d vs. Yarmouth. At Grhmell--t'arllitle T5. Utarcnjo. (C) dec. Jerry li;--Clintcn Lau (OJ dec. Bob Davis 1C) 3-0. IM--Rodney T a y l o r (C) dec. Tiui Heried ( M l ) ^-0. J:i»--Gaylord Peler (C) dec. Richard Hesse (W) 4-1.145 -- Knniild Roberts Codec ( N I I fi-5. 151--Robert l l j k e ( C ) ( C l dec. Dav Uoberts ( O ) . Time, :i:XS. pinned Terry Ifi.') -- Julius nrewelow ( N i l ) referees dec Dave Daij- (C) 2-J. Tlwt.-- Gary Kurdelmeir (C) dec. Lee Hchrcns (O) 4-0. CONSOLATION' FINALS fl:-- Arlln Severson ( N i l ) pinned .Merrill Knapp ( W U ) . Time. 3:»o. 10.1 -- Jerome Hruika (C) dec. George Cowles (VfU) ·;-:;. " . 11-;-- Larry Green (0) dec. Arnold Vo- koly (C) i-0. l-.'O-- Jerry Lane ( O ) dec. Gordon Koester ( \ V U ) G--:. l^r-- Bob Davis (C) dec. Joel Peterson ( D ) 4-0. 13,1-- Paul Herlcd ( M I dec. J i m " 4-O. I!tlV-- D i c k H o y t are Doriee (Xlll dec, Vlritil C!r»en- Ing (W) 3-1. Ul--Terry Hoberts (O) dec. Jerry (I»..4-t). I (S3-- Dave Daly (O dec. L o w e l l Annie l i i v t . Ilrhrens (0 pinned Joe Burns ( M I ) . Time, U;:iO. Monday's Pairings, Times for Boys District Meets AT MASON CITY Class B--Orchard vs. Sheffield (7). Class A--Holy Family vs. Osage (8:30). AT GARNER Class A--Algona vs. Forest City (7-.30). AT IOWA FALLS Class A--Franklin vs. Nevada (7:30). . AT POSTVILLE Class A--Fort Atkinson vs. New Albin (7); Cresco Notre Dame vs. Luana (8:30). , " AT POCAHONTAS Class A--Humboldt vs. Storm Lake (7:30). AT W A V E R L Y ; Class A--Dike vs. Strawberry Point (7:30). Barnes Prohaski TOTALS i; technical fouls. Score by quarters EAST D.M MASON CITY Free throws missed: ( 1 ) . IS . 6 RAKE-BRfCELYN, MINN, BOYS: Rake 66, Bricelyn 51. Scoring: Keith Erdahl (R) 29, Jerry Winter (R) 20. Roger Kiihn (B) 14, K. Anderson (B) 14. Bricelyn led 26-25 at the haif. RESERVES: Rake 40, BriceJyn :S 41 Bramhall 4, Acl 3. Hahn I. Mentlnk 4. Prohask! Blrfdle s, Bradlej 2, Komens a, Cisni Jacobson. Officials: Qulnn. N u z u m . Dove Philly Traded for Two Rookies PHILADELPHIA tfi -- The management of the Philadelphia Athletics must be clairvoyant. Why else would they trade a veteran outfielder like Dave Philley, v/ho lit .303 last year, for a pair of 24- year-old untested m i n o r league pitchers? The A's sent Philley to the Cleve- .and Indians Friday for Pitchers Leroy Wheat and Bill Uplon. Wheat appeared in only 12 games last year for the Tulsa Oilers in the Class AA Texas League and wound up with an 0-1 record. Uplon posted a 10-G og wilh Indianapolis of Ihe American Association. Earle Mack, vice president of .he Athletics, admitted Philley was traded because he wanted more salary than the club was willing to pay him. Baseball people in these parls found it hard to believe the deai ivas a straight player swap wilh no cash involved. It would seem :hat Ihe 34-year-old switch hitting Philley, a line drive hitter and an outstanding hustler, would be worth at least $50,000 in today's Baseball market. Yet, all the A's have to show for him is a couple of minor league pitchers who may be back in the minors before long. Of course, there's always the chance that Wheat, a 200 pounder From Edwardsvillc, 111., or Upton, 170-pound native of Cape Girardeau, Mo., may turn out to be good major league pitchers. Upton won 21 and dropped 9 in 1952 with Spartanburg of the Tri State League. He was used mainly in relief last ieason by Indianapolis. GOPHERS DEFEAT COE CEDAR RAPIDS Wh-The University of Minnesota wrestling team defeated Coe 25-3 here Friday, the Gophers wrestle Iowa Teachers Saturday nigh). 5. ORCHARD-FLOYD BOYS: Orchard 59, Floyd Scoring: Dean Simpson (6) 39. 35, Gordon Stewart (F) 15. Orchard has a 21-4 record, enters district tournament play Monday. GIRLS: Floyd 47, Orchard 37. Scoring: Marvlyn Hoel (F) 2(5, Lucille Wagner (0) 12. Sandra Cole (O) 12. HUMBOLDT-EAGLE GROVE VARSITY: Humboldt 59, Eagle rove 37. Scoring: Jim Crabbe (E) 16, Dale Daggy (H) 16, Humboldt las record of 17-4, wins North Central Conference with a 12-2 mark RESERVES: Eagle Grove 46, 40. St. Ambrose Beats Simpson 84-73 for 17th Straight By the Associated Press Powerful St. Ambrose closed out ts regular season wilh an 84-73 viclory over Sampson Friday night and set thre'e Iowa Conference basketball scoring records while doing it.' In posting their 17lh conseculive victory the Bees, who clinched the conference southern division title .wo weeks ago, hung up these 'eague marks: Most baskets in a season, 418; otal points for the season, 1,043; and average points per game, 94.8. Simpson's 1947 team held the old record for most baskets with 398. The other marks were owned by St. Ambrose's 1953 champs. They vere 1,009 points and an average of 84.1. Meanwhile, Loras kept alive its ippes for a share in the northern division title by whipping Bucna Vista 77-64. If Buena Vista defeats he division leader, Luther, Satur- lay night, Loras and the Norsemen will have to play off the resulting deadlock. Coe, well on the way to its most successful season in years, knocked off Carthage, III., College 91-67 in a non-conference game,for its 16th ictory against, three defeats. In idther games, Upper Iowa upset Westmar 86-82 for its first Iowa Conference victory of the season and its third. In 21 games, and owa Wesleyan trimmed Central 91-74 in a southern division con- cst.

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