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jndianajeeksjo Cinch Title Share Against Hawkeye ·L I ' M l ' ' '"' · ' · m' ' 'haaaaah.' ' ' ' *" ' ' J ' '""" " ' ' ' ' "" Northwestern Beats Mason City 75-69 for^StaJ^J. C Title QASKETBALT W l v l v K K N ' l ) 1 I 1 0 I I S C H O O L North D . M . 7H, M;i*uu o i l y n i r«rl Dodge. S«. J-Jail n.Ji it Kooiuvell D.M. 51), Unroll, n.M 1-1 l u b u ( | u e i | . , , r » » fil), |. a (;r,,,. c Ac/ulni) O l l u m w a SI, Mnr»liallliiM-n ,',«. jUvnniiort SI. A m l i r u s e ItX, K a l r l l e l i l 3 O t l u m u u ,11, A l a r b l i a l l l n w a HO. t'.nsl Waterloo til, l.'cdar lta|ifd« · Knot West Waterloo K3, Ce,tnr Fall, lache Ugh li. ril. ,, Daylon m. X a v l e r ( d l i i u ) nil. Lewis U l l . » 7.1. ).«r«« lIH. Nl'U I I , A r m y 07. I-'orillmni ,10. I on a 17 Holy Cnus UK, C'anlklus 'I! l.»Sall« 7», SI. JnKcph'ii (|a . M l l a n u v a 7 1 . M u h J e n b e r t I I I . .S)-racu.o 71. J'cnii Slale «», I ' e i n i i i j r l v i i i l i i SO, D a r l m u n U i li( I ' r l n c e t o n .Ml, H a r v a r d Bn. ' Indiana R-j, Mich. SUlu Bl, Kentucky 70. Jlcl'aui «t. O k l a . A i M -0, l e l r o l l »8. Olllo Slate HI. A l l n n r jnta 73. St. (.outis 71, Wyomliii $r, D r a k e X I , llr;ullcy 7 1 . I l l i n o i s 7 1 , I on- a ,11. Wisconsin 77, Mlchlfan W. I . u u U v i l l e BX, M » r ( | u e l l c 7U. Kanxan 7(i. Iowa Stale 70. N o r t h w e s t e r n 00, I'urduc T.'. M a n h a t t a n IK, Chicago I.njoU X I . MUioiirl lid. O k l a h o m a a I. N'otre !)inie H I , N a v y 72 I.SU 77, A u b u r n M. West K e n t u c k y 10X. Tenn. Tech r.[). Ktirmail HO, Snulli Carcilln» ,MJ. N.C. Stale l i : ) . C'lemson f,0. D u k e 117, North (,'nrnllna (i:i. Ntaitar* 00, C.eoriclnwn nil. M i s s . Slate 70, Florida (id. Tulane SI. A l a b a m a f.U. M l n v l » » l i i p | «0. OeorjU On. H l c e ^tt, A r k a n i a s (n. TCU 7U. Texas A i M f,7; Texas 78. llaylor S!i. West Texas 7U, Arizona 77. UCI.A XX, S l n n f u r d «U. DSC ffii. California SO. Moul. Slate 70, Idaho S l u t e 50. MonUna 110. D e n v e r K, U t a h 7 0 . I l r l K h a m YDUIIC H I . ' Col»rdo Afc.M I I I , Hejls ,VJ. KUh Slale 0,1. New .Mexico .M, VVaAhlnxton B7, Ore iron M. Oregon Stale 82, Wa»li. Stale 11. Cyc/( Kansas Beats fones for 8-1 in Loop AMES W)~Kansas, seeking its third straight Big Seven Confer ence basketball title, rode alon on the 3l-point scoring of B. II Born Saturday night in defeating Iowa State, 78-70. The underdog Cyclones battled the Jayhawks to a standstill for three quarters,, qnlyjo fold in the final quarter after' their star center Chuck Duncan, ha"d fouled out Iowa State outscored the Kan sans 23-19 in the first quarter and held a 39-3G halftime margin. But a tip-in by Born tied the count with only one minute gone in the third quarter. The two teams then battled on even terms the rest of the period until the J a y h a w k s grabbed a 60-58 margin at the end of the quarter and never trailed thereafter. The Cyclones might havc won except for ineptncss at the free throw line. They missed 17 free tosses, 12 of them by guard Carl Van Cleave. The victory gave Kansas an 8-1 record in the Big Seven Conference. , IOWA 'STATE--70 ]··* Fl Tl Allftman, I .( 7 J n h n a n n , f I.orenzcu, f Duncan, c j , D e K n i l e r . c title, c Welter, f Van Cleave, t Nlm.i, f . . . . . , . (iaarde, 7 . . . . . Frahm g . . . . . TOTALS .................... 2'i KANSAS-- 78 Fr Patterson, f K e l l e r - f D a v e n p o r t , t I'adtelt, f Horn, o l l r a l n n r c l , c-f H t l l h n l t , f Anderson, f Dohbs, t TOTALS .............. IOWA STATK ..... . S3 K A N S A S ........ .....19 Freo Ihrows m l « « c i l : I (1 II 0 ]1 1 sn . Ft J'f o I 87 12--70 IS--7H Iowa Stale--John- 27 lit tfl 17 SI ion 3, Duncan 'J, Y»n Cleave !:, Ka K e l l y , Davenport, Horn 6, nralnard Hrllholt, Anderton 3. Luther Wins Iowa Conference Division; Meets St. Ambrose DECORAH UP) -- Luther won the northern division Iowa Conference basketball title Saturday night by beating Bucna Vista, 59-4G, here. Luther completed its conference season with nine victories in 10 games. Bucna Vista now has a 4-G record. : The Norsemen and St. Ambrose, undefeated southern division champions, meet hcre;next Saturday in .the Iowa Conference playoff. PONJIAC Prescribed Service Your b«*t astk/ranct of a saf*, c«r«fr*« trip is to g«t a MOTOR run«-up b«for* you ftart. Better *·· . . John Gallagher, Inc. M-M Third N; W.' Plton«11-M By BILL WEBB WEBSTER ClTY-Northwcstcn J. C. of Orange City pulled off it third consecutive upset of the State Junior College basketball tourna merit here Saturday night in up ending Mason City J. C. 75-69 to become the 1954 litlists. The Raid crs gabbed the lead in the opening moments* of the chainpionshii game and«ncvcr relinquished their advantage. The closest the Trojans conid come to the h a r d - d r i v i n g Raiders was five points in the fad K seconds of the first h a l f . The Orange City team earlicj had upset the Eagle Grove anc Muscalinc J. C. teams after dc foaling Clarindn in first round play The Northwestern strategy againsl Mason City was to let 6-9 De Schhilz shoot and concentrate de fcnsively on lhe four remaining players. The pian was successfu except for the long set shots of 5-7 guard Jerry Hubbard who tallied l\ points for the Trojans. But with Schlulz' 27 the Mason City q u i n t couldn't match the Raiders' b a l - anced scoring. Vellinga Leach Way Northwestern had little trouble with the Trojan defense as the Raiders worked the ball in time ind time again for close shots within a few feet of the basket. Bob Vellinga was effective on six un- lerhanded clriveins and nine free brows for 21 -points to top the viliners' scoring. Gary Kreykes ind Bubb Korvcr added 10 and 17 points respectively. But credit must Je given substitute forward Gerry /an Surksum who connected for ive crucial baskets in his second lalf appearance, four of them com- ng in the third quarter, to help tave off any semblance of a Maon City rally. The Orange City club seemed to ave thrived on the week's lourna- ncnt grind. The smaller Raiders ut-drove, out-sped and out-re- ·oundcd the injury riddled Tro- ans. Mason City stood at a 10-point cficit throughout most of the con- est. The Trojans' (ftp rebounders, lalph Decker and Bill Holm, had roubles. Decker was. just recovcr- ng from a flu attack and Holm .'as limping from a badly twisted nkle. With five minutes left in the :ame. Holm's ankle gave out and a ew seconds later Decker fouled U t . . , , . , . . , . . , . _ ,, . , ' ; . , Emmctsburg won the consolation ille by edging Muscatine 92-89 in n overtime game. Trualson High Scor«r Jim Truclson, ·Emmetsburg, was he high scorer of the tournament ith 122. Mason Cily's Del Schlutz vas runnerup with 97. Two Mason City players made e All-Tournament team. Bill lolm grabbed a forward spot and erry Hubbard was picked at a uard. Others on the first team r erc Egon Ellgaard, Grandvicw; Icrlin Peter, Eagle Grove; Gary Creykes, Northweslern; Jim Truei- on, Emmetsburg; Dick Pctersen. Itiscntine, a n d Bob Vellinga, Northwestern. The Trojans' Del chlulz made the second team. P A R R Y O'BRIEN --Breaks All Shot Marks O'Brien and Backus Set Weight Marks in National AAU By ED C O R R I G A N NEW YORK Wi--Parry O'Brien )f Santa Monica, Calif., and Bob Backus o f . t h e New York Athletic ^Uib wiped out the world indoor hot put and weight throw records n the N a t i o n a l AAlf Track and "" i e 1 d Championship Saturday ight. O'Brien tossed the shot 59 feet, 4! nches and Backus got off a 63- oot, 5-inch heave in the 35-pound veight. The crowd had hardly settled in ladison Square Garden w h e n )'Brien, the ex-Southern California trong boy, flexed his muscles and rased Jim Fuchs' 58-foot, 3'A-inch m a r k which the New York Athletic ;iub star set in 1951. O'Brien, who has come closer to he magic CO-foot mark than anyone Ise, was taking no chances tossing ie iron ball against the likes of "uchs and Bernie Mayer of the Jew York Pioneer Club, the only ther two who have bettered 58 ect in the shot. Backus' mighty heave shattered very weight m a r k in the books. Conference Standings Doubleheader Will Open District Tournament Here District basketball competition opens Monday night al Roosevelt Mekhousc m Mason City with a doublchciuJcr. Sheffield's ClaydfSs 18-5 for the season, play the opening class B contest against Orchard' W h i c h r a r n n , o ,,.,, _..,, :,,,. ,u. tou ^ ^ w i U ^art at The second game at 8:30 sends Holy Family of Mason City against: g C G r C C n DCVJLS ' ThG M a r o o n s h a v c a 21 ' 4 m a r k 'or the season: Britt Easily Wins at Osage in District HOW THEY FINISHED lllini Drub Iowa 74-51 at Iowa City By TOM BRANAGAN CHICAGO A quick one-two u*i i (_ s~\ -- ··- -- · *'ut^ KM r *~ « t.jL-1 ma. while the Osage record is 7-15. This is a class A game The tourney resumes on Tuesday night with Fertile (28-2) taking on Hucld (10-5) in the class B opener while the second game ra ed! ?TM x M OSSU P : P' ts ^w Hampton (15-6) against the Greene Ramblers (20-4) Championship finals in class B start at 7 o'clock on Friday while the class A title game will be played at 8:30 Friday In the class AA competition, the Mason City Mohawks meet Webster ,ity at 7:30 in a single game on Wednesday night. Mason City 33(punch Monday night is all Indiana 22jneeds to place itself beyond reach .-, , , · *" i'*wv.*~ H . J U J L I J U J T U H U I C U I I J I Charles City 2 1 in the 1954 Big Ten basketball cam- 4 Undefeated Clubs in State Girls Meet DES MOINES Mi -- New faces nany quite cute, and the old fa' ·niliar candy stripe uniforms of efendmg champion Garnavillo will e much in e v i d e n c e when the girls' stale basketball tournament "pens here March 2. The champions must wait until he second night of first round ac- ion to meet a tough Des Moines cam, returning to the Drake Field- -ouse, site of the tournament, after one-year absence, 'Winning basketball games has ecome as much routine at Garnavillo as attending classes. The Candy Kids have zipped through 52 games without defeat -- 33 O f them this season--and are only six short of tying Seymour's record string of 58. Led by Sandra Fiefe Garnavillo's sweetest point-maker is Sandra Fiete, who is Iowa's best scorer in history with mo six .jrinal) ASON CITY-- «» ecker . . . . c h l u l t };( 'ood 1 0 uhbarcl _ t ' o oltn ' ....'............ "' I t a p m a n wensnii . . . . . . . . eucbt ; I Ft 1 u I'f Tp fi 5 1 7 2 0 liapln P l y m o u t h Jolce G ration ... Rock Falls Kernel! . . . Hanlnnloirii TOTAJ.S j OKTIIWESTEIIN--V, elllnra uUlemara rcykej orrer ,, eerdink an Surksnm chult 11 SO 59 Ft Pf Tp (I) . 7 TOTALS Score hr quarters: ASON CITV . . OKTHWESTERN Free throws m i s s e d : orthwe«lern 1C. O f f i c i a l s : N.ylor and Smalllnr. :i 10 IS 7,1 (XI (11 58 73 Masnn City 1*, This Week's Iowa College Games MONDAY lawn at Imllana. Oklahoma »i i nw a Slate. South D a k o t a State al Mnrnlnrslde. Aufunlana at Jowa Teachers. J.aCrojsn Teachers at I.uther. TUESDAY Drake al Washington. K l m p x o n at K l r k s r l l l e . Dubuciue at P l a t l e v i l l e Teachers AugiiMana at Grlnnell. Parsons at Carthajre. H'ED.VESnA V Cornell al Coe. Iowa Teacher* at Mankalo Teachers. F R I D A Y Oklahoma City at Drake. Rlpon al Grlnnell. ' · S A T U R D A Y Iowa at Michigan Slate. Iowa Stale at Nebraska. Morn[nr;«lde at Auxuslana. Iow» Teachers al Cornell, l.iilher v«. SI. Ambrose at Decorah owa Conference Championship P l a y o f f ) . MINNESOTA.MATMEN EAt IOWA TEACHERS CEDAR "FALLS ^Minnesota's resiling team whipped I o w a eachcrs 22-8 in a dual meet here aturday night. The Teachers' only flints were scored by heavy- eight Gus Gatto, who pinned Rod iide, and Jim Harmon, 167 ounds, v/ho decisioncd John Munh. The dales /or racing's Triple rown for '1954 are ns follows: The entucky Derby -- M a y J, The r'eakricss--May 22, The Belmont 'akcs--June 12, , 'ell Waterloo a»t Waterloo Ka«t D.M. . .". Norlh D.M. . . . Fort Dottre ... Mason City . . . JO 7 S 3 n t t. Pol 0 l.DOC fiumboldt NORTH CENTRAL, ( f i n a l ) Iowa Fall* Cfc»r Lake G r o v e .............. Clarion .......... . ........ 5 «'eb»le.r City ........ ____ . . 4 [lampion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . n IOWA WESTFORK ( f i n a l ) 4 I f! 7 !) 10 11 .300 .300 .000 .711 .711 .3.17 A l e x a n d e r . ............... Geneva .............. . ..... s I'opejny ................... 5 l l a n i r l l .................... 4 Rowan ....... .............. 3 ~ ' 0 I. (100 S .HOO NORTH SIX « 7 10 .400 ,30t) .000 .Sftil .5.1.1 ..WO .'JOO .000 Royals and Pistons Battle for Second in Western Division By The Associated Press It looks as if the Rochester Royals and the Fort Wayne 'Pistons arc going to battle right down to the wire for second spot in the Western Division of the National Basketball Assn. They've been taking turns in the position for the last three weeks, and Monday Rochester was back in the runner-up spot by the slim margin of a half game. The Royals regained the spot Sunday while the Pistons were losing to the Milwaukee Hawks 64-C2. . The .league-leading New York Knickerbockers in the Eastern Division remained three games in front bf the Syracuse Nationals by defeating the Baltimore Bullets 8537 in the first game of a double- idadcr played at Providence, R.I. [n the second game, the Boston cities scored an easy 85-76 victory over the Philadelphia Warriors. Syracuse trounced the Minneapolis Lakers, leaders in the Western Division 100-73. MONDAVS SCHEDULE vs, Roslon al Worcheiter, Philadelphia «l New Fort Wayne al Troy, Ohio ' Baltimore Mass, , Minneapolis Haven. :Coun, Milwaukee ' SUNDAY'S RKSULTS Boston OS, Philadelphia 85. New York Hil, Baltimore 7«. Syracuse 100, MlnneanoUf 7K. Milwaukee Al, Fort Wayne fi'.!. SATURDAY'S RKSULTS * Fort Wayne 87, IlallJmore «.'. Philadelphia H!), New York 7,1. Minneapolis US, Syracuse «8. Rochester Bfl, Milwaukee Bl. TUESDAY'S SCHEDULK Rocheiler vs. Boston »t New York. Minneapolis at New York. Syracuse vs. Milwaukee at Cincinnati. . ' Fronx RESULTS MEXICAN,' Mexico -- Bahy Orllz, 140. Mexico Clly, declaioned Al Cruz, 138, Los Angeles, 10. ^CINCINNATI -- Joe Jlleell, 147. Now York, slopptd WilUce Bud Smith, 141, Cincinnati, 5. ,:. HAVANA--Nino Valrtcs, 214iJl, Cuba, tie- clsloncd Archie 'Mcnrldc, 184, Trenton/ N. r "llOU,YWOob -- FrunVIe Campos, 117, ',MS Angeleji, slopped Jim QuJnn, 118, loll)WCKKl, 7. third more than 3,200 points. Only Norma Schoulte with 4,187 points and Jeanette Gates Snavely with 3818 afe ahead of her. The Clayton County representative is in the lower bracket with two of the three other undefeated teams in the tourney. Seymour, working on a 26-game winning streak, meets Melvin (22-2), and Hotstein, unbeaten in 25 contests, faces Marengo (23-1). The only other undefeated team is West Liberty, with 23 victories which dpposes Ware (25-1), the smallest school in the state meet. First Appe«ranc*s · FOWV;teams 'are making their first appearance in the champion ships. Besides talent-shy Ware they are Randall (27-1); Williams (18-5) and Farnhamville C25-2). Oakland missed out on a perfect season's record by dropping a cage clinic exhibition game to West liberty last November. The Pot- awattamie County sextet has won 26 straight since then. Farragut, making its fifth trip, o the Des Moines tournament,! opens the state meet against Ran- Harper Sets Pro Mark in Texas Open By HAROLD V. RATLIFF SAN ANTONIO, T e x a s // Golf's winter tour rattled on to Mexico City Monday but without Chandler Harper, the tournament oldtimer who put on one of (he greatest finishes in the game's history in winning (he $12,500 Texas Open with three straight rounds of eight-under-par G3. The 40-year-old star, playing better now than any time in his long career, tied the all-time PGA record for 72 holes as he wound up with 259 to take down ?2,200 in the Texas Open S u n d a y . H e t h u s vaulted into f o u r t h p l a c e the year's leading money-winners. The Mexi c a n National Northwood paign. First and foremost requirement by lhe Iloosicrs over OSAGE-The Britt Eagles who t °V , y lne Hoosicrs over Piled up an impressive dual' meet' J° sccond -P la(t ' c TIow . a Hawkeyes record this season while losing only "- g a m e °" lhe Indiana n ° or one match, displayed even greater power here Saturday in winning the district wrestling title with an accumulation of 50 points to far outdistance the G-team field. Britt came out tf the meet with five champions and qualified a total of nine in the 13 weights for the state tournament by winning the consolation finals in four divisions. Osage, the runncrup in the tournament, had four champions and had one consolation winner to qualify five. The Mason City Mo- HARPER Open wanted Harper but. he passed it up to go home to Portsmouth Va., on business. Many others or he winter tour went to Mexico , including Johnny Palmer of Charlotte, N. C. whom Harper beat out in the Texas Open. The tall man from Virginia, who boasts an amazing 67.33 scoring average in the three tournaments has played this year shot a 3' on the first nine of the Texas Open He came from nine strokes be hind in that round to a two strok lead at the finish and the Texa Open never before saw such golf as the veteran turned In on thos last 54. holes. ChaiidJer had be come known as the man who a ways finished second although ac tually he had' won five tourna ments in 20 years of touring.. Palmer, who started r the fina round with a six-stroke lead over Harper and LioneUHebert of Erie 3 a., took a 70 on the last 18 and inished second with 261. Hebert had 67 for 263 and third place vhile Shelley Mayfield of Cluco- pee, Mass., wound up fourth with lall. Farragut has a 21-2 record. West Liberty, last here in 1952, and Ware p!ay the second afternoon game March 2. Oakland, which finished as a quarterfinalist with Seymour last pring, meets Sacred Heart of Monticello (25-7) in the third game of the day. Yarmouth (22-2) and Farriham- ville close out the open day's^schedule. Oft-beaten Tingley (17-7) and iVilliams lead off in the second day's play. Marengo, returning after a 10-year absence, and Hoi- stein follow on to the floor. The ~!arnavillo-\Vest Des Moines .and Jeymour-Melvin contests wind up he first round. Girls' state basketball pairings: FIRST R O U N D TUESDAY, MARCH 2 2 p.m.--Farragut (21-5) vs. Randall (27- p.m.--West Liberty ;!3-0 yj. Ware :'M p.m.--Oakland (36-1) vs. Sacred Heart at Monllcello (25-7). n p.m.--Yarmouth 22.'J) TJ. Farnham- vllle (23-2). WEDNESDAY, MARCH .1 3 p.m.--Tlnglcj- (17-7) vs. Williams (18- 3:30 p.m.--Marenjo (J.1J) rj. Holsltin 2.WH. 7:30 p.m.--Valley of West DCS Moines in-l) TJ. Garnarllio (.13-0). 9 p.m.--Seymour (26-fl) v». Melvln (22-2). Belmond Bowling Tourney Almost "Family Affair" BELMOND -- A mother and daughter made the annual tournament of the Belmond Women's fowling association very much o/ a family affair this year. Mrs. Dale Busick shared the doubles itlc with Mrsi Manga; they rolled a 1,047 with handicap. Mrs. Busick also ranked second in all-events vith a gross of 1,530. H was her 15-year-old daughter, Darlcne, who grabbed a lion's hare of the glory. She set a new record in the singles-with 167-148203--518, plus 67 pins handicap for a total of 585. And in all-events she )bliteratcd the former mark with a nine-line gross total of 1,628--139 )ins more than the '53 winner wasted. Both mother and daughter rolled vith. the championship Bclmbnd Greenhouse team. FreS Wampler of Indianapolis leads the money - winners with LaSalle Accepts NCAA Tourney Bid PHILADELPHIA W) -- LaSalle College Saturday accepted a bid to participate in the 1954 National Collegiate Athletic Assn. basketball tournament, the fifth year in succession the little Philadelphia college has earned a post-season tourney appearance. Coach Ken Loeffler has taken his teams to the National Invitation Tournament the past four years, winning the event in 1952. LaSalle has a 19-4 record so far this season and features one of the nation's finest players in tall Tom Gola, a 1953 All-America. The NCAA tourney matches 24 of the nation's better college basketball teams, each representing an NCAA region. Plymouth and Grafton Split Pair of Games P L Y M O U T H--Plymouth a n d Grafton split a basketball twin bill here Saturday night. The Plymouth boys opened up from a 23-19 lead at the half to down Grafton 54-35. Jerry Hansen and Stan Abrahamson each dumped in 15 points for the winners. George Nitcher connected for 10 for Grafton. The win gave Plymouth the North'Six title. The Grafton girls edged their Plymouth counterparts 50-46 with Ruth Ann Buechele leading the way with 32 points. Grafton led at the half 20-18. Ann Molsberry put in 21 points for the losers. Hawkeye Wrestlers Beat Northwestern EVANSTON, Iowa's wrestlers Saturday lost only one match as they scored an easy 26-7 victory over Northwestern. · Terry McCann, -Ken Leuer, and Slreeter Shining registered falls for the Hawkeyes,; while Len Vyskocil pinned Lcrqy Hansen for Northwcstern's only win. Dick Govig gained a 3-2 decision over Jack Herschend, the Wildcats' ace 130-poundcr. Dinner for Mohawk Wrestlers Thursday A dinner for the Mason City High School wrestling team will be held 3n Thursday evening at 6:15 at the VFW Club. The dinner is being given in honor of the Mohawk sen- ors and all wrestling fans are in- 'ited to attend. 7'ickets for the dinner arc on sale at the desk at the YMCA and must be purchased be- ore noon on Wednesday so that 'eservations can be made. iawks had only one champ, Merlyn )lson at 145, but the Mohawks uaiified three more with consola- h °TM e floor ' n . ever was i n - t h e \*,~ - . : _ _ · _ . m. _ HT!j|ncf Illinrtte \JUifV\ TnV. nn . ion victories. They were Don Johenfield at 103, Frankl Daskalos t 127 and Virgil DeVary at 154. Charles City, expected to be a ontender for the title, qualified nly three wrestlers for the state. The results: C H A M P I O N S H I P F I N A L S "" 0 OU "° n ° dec. Ron K e l l y , JO^-Charle, Conaway (Bl dec ' The second part of the parlay would be a victory by Wisconsin in Monday's game with Illinois at Champaign. This sot of circumstances would leave Indiana with 11 victories and one loss and only two games left in the 14-game Big Ten season. Every other team would have at least four losses and not even have a m a t h e m a t i c a l chance of overtaking the Hoosiers, even should the leaders lose their final games to Ohio State and Illinois. If Illinois wins, as expected, a Hoosier victory would assure Indiana of a tie for the title. Illinois, which has won seven and lost three could gain a tie if the Hoosiers lose their remaining games and the lllini win all theirs. With Iowa staggering from two successive wallopings, by Ohio State Monday and Illinois Saturday, an Indiana win seems by no means an extravagant expectation. However, the Hawks have dropped only three of 11 games and undoubtedly will pull out all stops for the victory that would keep them in the running. Iowa, even though playing on its Feb. 22, 1«4 H Ma nun City dlobe-ftaietU, Mason City, la, North Wins 78-54 Over Mason City DES MOINES--The Mason City Mohawks finished in the cellar of the Big Six Conference for the season and also suffered their 15th loss in 19 games as North DCS Moincs won 78-54 here Saturday night at the North gym. c The winning Polar Rears had a red hot shooting night as they hit 30 times from the field and also posted their highest point total of the season. North Jed at the quarter 19-11, put home 20 more points in the second period for a 39-24 lead at intermission and then the Polar Bears came up with an even hotter third period when they scored 22 more points. That gave them a 61-3G lead to head into the last quarter and the game was tucked away. The only period in which the Mohawks outscorcd North was the last and that was only by a one-point margin, 18-17. Campion and Miller were the lop scorers for North with 18 and 15 points respectively while Jack Aeling topped the Mohawks scoring with 14 points. The victory was the seventh in 18 games for North. Mason City had,defeated North previous game 52-44. in a against Illinois. With Johnny Kerr scoring 26 points, Illinois took a 38-27 halftime lead and then smothered any Hawk comeback hopes by assuming full control of the back- ..,,,,,,, boards. The final score was 74-51. Shuck .' '.T! 8 r !{ F { 7 T P, The Mohawks will play Webster City in the district tournament at Mason City on Wednesday night. North will play Lincoln of DCS Moines on Tuesday at Drake Fieldhouse in class AA district competition. MASON CITV--si Hahn ..........'..'. Aeling ' Barnes Mentlnk Kramhall Hansen Prohaskt R e m m e r t '. Chambers Fl I'f 0 :, 2 I I! II I X 4 TOTALS . . Tii The Hawkeyes wore no matchi^fn'e" ; » for the aggressive rebounding ofj M »i" ·'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. the lllini, and especially of rangy I is7i" oc k ,, .John Kerr, who paced the scoringf-xid ...11'.!!'.'.'.'."'.'.;'.'.'. i! lohentleld ( M i-3. "" ""' ""with 26 points * ! _ _ . . _ on rnf'i" ^" man (0) th "«- ;D '" "H Iowa Didn't make a basket for Shalto Knaupp 'o IX ] 'i ir, 1 1 ; 126--Gary Green (B) ihrew jerry jonesHhe first seven minutes and Illinois -Dale Klemsrud (O defeated Frarik | Ull: " eu « w a y IO a la-Id first . ·· by referee's decision. Iter lead. The lllLni kept up the dec. Ron Schoon' IS*--Dick Zuehl (B) baker I C J , 2-1. 11-1--Merlyn Olson (M) (C)' In :°M.' ' eDr IBS--Monte Hlscockj Kuehlow (O) 3-2. dec. Gary Hair-| dee. Martow Big Ten Standings TOTALS :io IH »;:n ;« Free throu-s missed: Uahn 2, Fhohaskl Ilanien 2, Remmert 2, Campion, Jerolne i Miller 2, Wallace. Officials: Karpen and TVuzum. (B) dec. Hwt.--Roeer Smith (C) . threw Uojer Perkins ( B ) In 3:16. ? v CONSOLATlptf FINALS veMj- (B) dec. John Maril n-y. - ' : · · .· . .. ' . ; . . - , . . . . · " | _ 10»-- Hohenfleld (.H) Ihrew Fcnalan. (H)J Pl "' doe n 3:02. ' (minols. Wisconsin ..-. ...1 ... lObJa Stale ... 11'.'......'/.'.'.'. W. . 10 . X L. 1 810 Pel. I .9001 '.-oo' .6381 .51X1] .45; .ir .3fX)| .S00| .1571 ·-* 13 -- Hanson (B) threw Sandborr (X) in pace, scoring 19 points'in each off 5-t. 154-- Virgil awbaker (o threw Doa Maison U« Ilhcoek. ( B ) dec. A»rel f t In 1:50. ier~ Buehlow DeVary (M) Ihrew Sllllerl (O) dec. Bonsai Ilrrt.--Perkins (B) dec. J i m Moll (M) -0. Clarion Cops Mat Title at Eagle Grove Cta non ................ It Eagle Grove ... ____ ..... . .. 23 Iowa Falls ... ......... . . . . . 2 2 Algeria ................ :....' 20 Fort Dodge ....... . ____ . . . . 20 The Hawkeyes looked like a dif-j EAGLE GROVE -- The Clarion (o mjferent team from the one which Cowboys, who had an undefeated 'handed Illinois a 79-70 defeat at season in dual wrestling competi- ° (C) threw Bob Fabriciuj ( O ) t h e second and third periods, with! ioi f M ) dec. i.ockey c) s-« Kerr hitting from in close and his) JX3-- Schoon (H) Ihrew Tom Everett B ) m a t e S from far Out. The halftime score was 38-27 and! was 57-38. Babe Zaharias Wins 1st Tourney Since Operation MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UP) -- abe Didrickson Zaharias laughed t "those doctors who said I would ever play tournament golf again" s she pointed with pride to her 'rst victory along the comeback ·ait. Now fully recovered from a ma- or operation she underwent 10 months ago, the Babe won the 5,000 Serbin Invitational Tournament Sunday by one stroke over atty Berg of St. Andrews, 111. It was a comeback similar to mt made by another courageous exan, Ben Hogan, almost four ears ago and left Mrs. Zaharias ho tiling with joy. "It's the happiest day of my fe," said the Babe, who was an lympic track champion, a profes- ional baseball player and a bas- etball star before she turned to olfing. Then she added breathessly: "But I'm a tired girl." Despite her fatigue, Mrs. Za- arias managed to match women's ar of 74 in the final round and ound up with a 72-hole total of 94. Then came Miss Berg with 205, Louise Suggs of Atlanta, a., 297, Jackie Fung of Honolulu, 00, and Betty Dodd of Louisville y., 301. its troubles with Michigan State, winning 63-61 in the last two seconds on Burke Scott's field goal. The Spartans double-teamed Don Schlundt, the Hoosier scoring ace, and held him to 15 points. In other games, Ohio State continued a strong late-season surge by beating Minnesota 84-73; Northwestern overpowered Purdue 90-72 and Wisconsin beat Michigan 77-56. Besides the Indiana-Iowa and Illinois-Wisconsin clashes Monday, additional Big Ten games -- on a for-the-record-only basis -- h a v e Michigan at Minnesota and Michigan State at Northwestern. Scoring Record in 146-121 Game BALTIMORE MV-Baltimore Uni- ersity downed Catholic U. 146-121 ere Saturday night in- a furious hooting match to tally 267 points e.lween them and shatter the old ollegiate total game basketball coring record of 247. Baltimore and Bridgcwatcr set ic old record earlier this year. _It :\vas only the fourth time in istory that a .team scored more nan 140 points in a game. There as no overtime involved. ATHOMC . 1 8 ;ij ,VS '3ff_lji A L T I M O R E . . . . . . ; 35 JW 3« 37--118 ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON THEATER PAGE Champaign earlier this season. Non, added the district °champfon- Their passing was off and their ship here Saturday by piling up 29 shooting was weak. The biggest Points. Eagle Grove finished as point total for Iowa was Bill Lo- the runner-up with 23 points closely gan's 13. (followed by Iowa Falls, Algona and Indiana, meantime, was having Fort D dge. IOWA--SI Davis, f Cain, I Schoof, f t an, o Gearpe. c Duncan, c Miller, c Hitter, o Seaberr, IT JarnaEln. f .. Scheuerman, Ridley, g ..... Relchow, g .. Fff 4 n r, n o i ·» 3 · 0 ] 0 0 Ft Pf Tp t :; : 0 TOTALS JH is 21 51 Ft I'f Tp IM,INOIS-- 71 Brothers, f Dutcher, f Hooper, f Makorsky, Y [». Judson, f Kerr. c Reitsch. c Wright, f Jud.ion, r Ridley, t Stemlck, g TOTALS ....'. ILLINOIS ID IOWA J» 4 1 :t o (i o T! 0 5 1 0 0 2it 22 ij: 71 19 1! 17--71 I I I I 13--51 Free throws missed: Illinois--Brothers i. Dulcher, P. Judson i, Wrlghl 'i, B. Ridey. Iowa--Cain, Davis, Lo((an 1. Seaberg. The Cowboys had only three champs in gaining the title and qualified five for the state tournament. Eagle Grove and Iowa Falls a!so each had three champions. C H A M P I O N S H I P F I E L D S 127--Jarry Mark ( I F ) dec. Dob Lamp- rifht, (A -1-2. 133--Ronnie Gray (EG) dec. Jerry Parkins (A) G-l. MS -- Don Sfozena F D ) dec. Dean Dultscher (C) 4 - 1 . 115--Delos I'oolmau (C) dec. Gary Fljli- I.)I--Gene Harms ( I F ) dec. Bob ISroivn IK.~--Marvin Carpenter (IF) dec. John Itwt.--Joe Funk (A) dec. Karron «rem- ner ( I F ) f(-:i. CO.VSOr.ATIOK FINALS Sr--Fredericks ( F D ) threw Don Hanson A I i n 1:111. ^ 1(M--Jernard ( E G ) dec. Chuck Steil (A) ll'i--Bralnerd ( F D ) threw Phillip Olson (C) m.y-.SQ. ·ell 1C) threw Paul Enoch.ion ( F D ) right ( A ) dec. Hruce Charon arklns (A) Uec. I.uther Olson (C) : lijustrnn (At dec. Hulfjcher in 8-1. .JiT'J 1 "" *' v '*» n (EG) by de/.-iull. over F l i l i e r M a r v l n 3-fl. 1C.V- Kenneth Totter A) dec. Shlek CO, l l w t -- Carl Helmslra (C) threiv U r e m n e r UF) In CYCLONE WRESTLERS WIN 7TH STRAIGHT MANHATTAN, Kan. (M -- Iowa State won its seventh straight .vrestling match Saturday night in outpointing Kansas'State 19-9. DEPENDABlf AUTO REPAIR A SAFE CAR IS A CAR IN GOOD REPAIR BE SAFE!! MASON CITY 1311 No. Federal Phon* 1155

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