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Mason City, Iowa
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Pairings Given for State Prep Mot Tourney Fertile, New Hampton Gain District Finals Pairings have been released for the stale high school tournament (o he wrestling licld at Iowa fo Tclt l»n Sla o leaclicrs College at Cedar 1 i l l s on March 5 and G. A total of 176 wrestlers, winners and runners- up in district competition, from J7 high schools have qualified for the tourney. East Waterloo is the defending champion. There will, be four sessions in the tourney. The first will be all 1:30 and the second at 7-30 p m ' on March 5..The third session will ·be at 1:30 and the finals and con solation will be held at 7-30 p m on March 6. Four mats will be used for fir session bouts, three mala for: U: second session and two mats the semifinals and finals. The pairings: ii.V--Vhica Garcia, D a v e n p o r t v» Hobr Hansel], Auilubon; Jim Trailer, tl.M. Nur vx. U e i i n l s Kredrtckn, J'urt Dodget Glri Keif, Cedar lUplds W i l t o n vs. Arlin Be · r«on, N e w J l a m p l o n ; Orlo Otleson, OMI TI. J i m I l l h b e n , Waterloo r:»*ti Fra, i. '"?,'', Cllnl °" «·*· ««H-«ril Nlc)i(,l». C'oiii ell l l l n f f s Thomas Jeffr.rsoni Ccrry .Snu. B r u i « , Newlou vs. Turn Turk, Clarion i 111 M o V i e l . Cedar Uanldii Kranklln v». I) ·Vebaler, Cre»c»i Iton K e l l e y , H r l t t vs. II 1 nu»g, Waterloo West. 1(13--Morrli U a r n h l l l , Pavenport v*. Do B a l U b u r y , IJ«» Moi»e» TecJinlcalj Ca Ilorn, Auduliun vs. Jerry Bernard, K a r l '··'·--el K a y e Slocurn. Cedar Kaplds Koos v«. Don U n h e n f l e l d . Mason Clly i A C-utsfnrlh, New Hampton v«. K l c h a r - . . i » « l , Traer; Mervlo KletcJier. Cllnlu vs. Uarrrtl Calllson, N r w l o n i L a r r y ]·» t?,f.' V." rr " 11 *»· t - e i l l e Anderson, Clarion lilll Sloore, t.'edar K a p l d s Franklin C h a r l e s Conaway, J i r l l t ! Jerome l l r u s k x Creico v». Jack Kneiiii. Waterloo West m-- Uobert \ V u l f , Davenport vs. De IlraliierU. Fort l ) u d g r l D a v e Holllnxc Council H l u f f s Abraham Lincoln vs. Oanl Komro. Ies Molnes Lincoln i I.evl Jiali bremirr Cedar Itaplil* A t o K l n l e y vs. Komi A n d r e w s , Walerloo K a » t i Jolm M c O r l l l l s New Hampton vi. Olck llanscn, Ilritt llob Grournaii, Clinton v«. Don Kernari !i', a|t ,l e TM^ rove ' '-"fry Seatock. Counc Jl!uf/s Thomas Jefferson vs. Jim Lynn N e w t o n i Jolm Howdlsli, Cedar Rapid Franklin TS. Larry Alcser. Waterloo Wesl Larry Oreen, Oelweln vs. Hill Lcemai 12,0--Johri Vflvon. Clinton v«. Jim Harris on, Carrolll Kred Meti, Newton v«. Charle llell, Clarloni Rawlln Kliodei, Cedar R a r Ills Wilson vj. Jerry Lane, O c l w e l n i Car l«««ti. Jlrltt vs. (Icne Luttrell, Walerlu U e » t | TWiy. R a m e r l z , Davenport v». Fran Jerkovlch, 'Council K l u f f s Abraham Lit coin; Anthony J'alladlno, le» iVfoIiien Lin coin vi. Hod Jorfenien, Ka^le Grore llob Irian, Cedar Kaplds McKlnley v«. Ke O'Kada. Crcieo: J e r r y Jones. Charles Clt TS. Karl E d w a r d s , Cedar Falti T.C. H l f h JSV^Jlm Seujj-, D»venport vs. Jtm Mil burn, Newtoni Mlkn Kocha, Council Illuff Abraham Lincoln vs. Hob Lamprlght. Al (onal Dave Melhelm, Cedar K a p l d s Frank l l n . v - t . Frank Dankalos, Mason C l l y i Cl!n Ion Lati, Oelweln v. Jerry K a y . Ceda Falls T.C.I John Streets. Maquoketa v« Joe rackey, Des Molnes East) Merle Dan ner, Carroll vs. Jerry Mark. Iowa Fall Carl David. Cedar Kaplds M c K l n l e j vi Clary Kletneirud. O « a £ C i Itob Darls. Crc» ctt vs. Hherwln I'vfrrtlnit, Waterloo East. IS:*--Simon Roberts, Davenport vs. Jcrr Parkins, A l f o n a s U u a n e Colemau, Cnunci llluffs A.L. vs. Kobert Bleakney, Newton George I'auk, Cedar Rapids M c K l n l e y vs Dale H u f f , Waterloo West; Rodney Tar lor, Crejco T«. Don Schoou. llamptun; Tim lllounl. Clinton vs. Konny f l r a y , T f i r o v e l Charles Sorenson, Audubon vs John Martmei. Des Molnes L i n c o l n ! Did I.nedeman, Cedar Itipldi Roosevelt vs ffnrdon Cran.lton, Cedar Kaltst I'aul Her rid, New Hampton vi. Dale Kelelson 138--Wayne M a y b e r r y , Maquokela vs Jack Main, Council ('.luffs Thomas J e f f e r son; Mat Roller. De* Molnes North vs Charles Iljustrom, A'lrona! Edwin Wls nousky Jr., C.K. HooiereU vs. Rlclur Maher, New Hamptons Dick Zeuhl, Brit vs. Gordon noser, Waterloo West t John Tlrnnlnjcs, Davenport vs. Dick Faicoe Carroll; Ed^ar Rasmuisen, Newton vs Don Moiena, Fort D o d f e t Ken I.anienbfrg- Cedar Kaplds Franklin vs. Gayland Peter Cresco: Gary llawbacker, Charles City TS Dick llealcm. Waterloo Ka«t. - tlS^Charles Homer, Clinton vs. Kenn Johnson, Des Molnes Technical; Vernoh llodee, Council Illuffs Abraham Lincoln vii Don I.ujiinn, Iowa Fallst H i l l M e f f e r l , Ced «r Rapids Franklin vs. Alan Kiscocks I S r l t l i Konald Koberts, Cresco vs. LeKo; Koprlva, Traer; J'hll Tucker, Ilettelldorl vs. Grant Jordan, Des Molnex North; Dar rell Nelson, Audubon vs. Delos I'oolman Clarlont Len I'eck. Cedar Kaplds Kooirvtti T I . M c r l y n Olson, Mason City: Davlc Dodjre, New Hampton vs. Del ) Waterloo Wesl. 1.11--Bob Ibtefeld, Davenport vs. llob Brown, Fort Dodicei R a y Messerll, Counci: n i u f f s Abraham Lincoln vs. J e r r y Spencer Des -Mottles North; Gurlan llniiklns. Cedar Rapids Koosevell vji. Don Mortimer, Cedar Fall.*, T.C.i IJoh Ilyke, Cresco vs. DeVary, Mason C i t y ; Dick Miller, Clinton Lyons vs. Gene Harms, Iowa Falls! Leroy Nasby, Audtibon v.i. ITarry Ffauch, Dea Molnes L l n c n l n t Eldon Fowler, Cedar R a p Ids McKlnley vs. Gaylen Trammer, Water Ion Westl Terry Roberts, O e l w e l n vs. Ron Meleney, Brill. ' . · - Iff.T--Fred" Lenher, Clinton vi; Bob Ca lljon, Carroll; J i m Newsome, DCS Molnes East vs. Kenneth Potter, Aljronai Willie Iloliib, Cedar Rapids Koosevelt vs. Dave P a l y . Creitco; Mnnl« Illscocks, Itrltt vs llob Landau, Waterloo West; Jim Hehncke Da^'enport vs. Arnle Nelson, Audubont Charles Cross, Des Molnes Lincoln vs Marvin Carpenter, Iowa Falls; nob Knor. Iowa Ilrallle Slrht Savlnr. Vlntnn vs Julius Drewelow, New Itampton) Charles Kruhlow, Oiaie vs. Jack Smith, Waterloo East. Ilwt.--Jack Fahl, Davenport v. Don Dnrham, Des-Molnei -Easti Dick Jensen, Audubon vi. Carl Hefmstra, Clarlont Tom Vocel, Cedar Rapids Wilton vi Perkins, BrUtI Gjtry Kurdelmeler, Cresco vs. Howard Anderson, Cedar Falls T.C,; Dave Hesse, HeUendorf vs. Jack Knappen, Newton; Jerry tin, Carroll vs. Joe Funk, Algonal Orval May, Cellar Rapids Franklin v*. Sneer Smith. Charles CItyt Lee Heherns, Oelweln vs. Noel De Kerf, Waterloo East. Grundy Center Knocked Off by Woverly WAVERLY -- The Waverly Go- hawks, who finished in a tie for second in the rugged Northeast Jowa Cpnference, took a strong Grundy Center team from the running here Tuesday night 52-37. Wa- vcrly had led at halftime in the game 25-20. The loss was only the second for Grundy. Center in 21 games this season. Their other loss was to Hcinbcck, a club they beat twice later in the season. Grundy Center had been rated fifth in the final Associated Press prep poll for Northeast Iowa while Waverly was ranked llth. Jerry Edmonds led the Waverly attack with 15 points. Bud ..Berg, mann, Grundy Center's high scoring forward, was held; to 11 points by Center Dick Hoth ; of the Go- hawks, who won their 14th game in 22 starts. Waverly will play Straw- fcerry Point Jn the finals on Fri- night in the class A nicet/ Clohc-C photos ANOTHER SLACK BASKET-Wayno Slack] lor iorward tor New Hampton, carried his club to a 41-23 ·halttime lead against Greene and he's shown above about to drop m another fielder in the second period. In the first .12y a minutes of play in the game, he collected 18 points Greene players in picture are Lloyd Graven (32), Nichol J24) and Don Hamilton (14). The Chicks won the game from Greene 79-66 and will play Holy Family for the class A district title Friday ni^ht. Resignation of Chisholm Now Into Effect DES MOINES Wr-Resignation _ I. H. (Rod) Chisholm as secretary of the Iowa Girls' H i g h Schoo Athletic Union has already been placed in effect, headquarters of 'he organization said Tuesday. The resignation date originally lad been set as March 15. Union board members said the March 15 date was agreed upon originally under plans to d e f e r announce nent of the resignation until after Jie March 2-G state girls' basket ball tourney. Queried about the setting of an earlier date, Supt. Lovelly Biddy union treasurer, said at Mcse'rvcy: "Inasmuch as word of the resignation became public last week here was no useful purpose to be erved in adhering to the March 5 date.' Diddy ourney explained that all state arrangements are complete, including selection of the ourney staff and officials. The nain remaining tourney chore is he handling of receipts and disbursements and this task is super- /ised by M. A. Cornman, the regular union auditor. Diddy said Cornman will be in emporary charge of headquarters until the vacancy is filled. .Board sources indicated it is un- ikely t h a t a successor will be arricd until after the tournament s there is no urgency in the mater. There h a v e ' b e e n several»ap- )licants for the post Names mcn- ioncd include Lou Dailey, formerly of Garnavillo and Bill rlehle, formerly of Hanscll and ow of Maynard. Spencer Cardinals Consider Plan for Baseball Operation SPENCER -- A nejv plan for emipro baseball in Northwest owa is being discussed here for 954 by the supporters of the Spener Cardinals, four-year champions f the Iowa State League until re- cnt seasons. The new talk is a result of a eadline set March 14 at which me Spencer and other members the Iowa State League must de- ermine their status in the loop u's season. ' : Heavy burden of raising neces- ary finances for a winning ball !ub in the league has raised the sue of a new independent semi- ro league made up by the various ounties of this area. The proposed ovmty clubs would be made up trictly of local talent with an out- de coach of college calibre. Backers of the plan hailed it as boon to.lhe communities and par- cularly to the youth of the rcspec- ve counties in the league. A countywidc meeting-has been ct here March 3 at the Farm Bu- eau building .of; farm groups, chool men, chamber of commerce jads and baseball /enthusiasts to iund out the proposed league. It is felt .here that, j'f Clay Coiin- f goes for it other counties will ·How suit. And if the loop is irmcd- the;; Spencer Cardinals ould drop from the Iowa State eague. Kancroft ( S t . . J o h n ' s ) -- M yc, tXetrlnc Vaske . . iteroerj tenter McCiuIre Smllh .. "larry .. Schlllz . 64-52 Win for Garner in District GARNER--Coach Loyal Moore's Garner Cardinals built up a 20 point lead in the third quarter and then coasted to defeat St. John's of Bancroft 64-52 in the boys' district here Tuesday night. Daryle Jass with 17, Duane Jass with 14 and Hans Neilson with 11 points topped the winner's scoring. Renger dropped in 16 for Bancroft. The Cardinals left no doubt about their intentions from the onset as they jumped to 17-10 lead to the first quarter mark, expanded to 34-23 at the half and then roared to a 53-33 advantage by the conclusion of the third period. Garner will enter into the dis trict Class A finals against Fores City Friday night Rudd Loses 54-48, Greene Suffers Fifth Setback 79-66 By JlM V A N H E E L Sports Editor Fertile in class B and New Hampton in class A gained the finals of the district tournament at Roosevelt Fieldhouse in Mason City Tuesday 7iight before an estimated a,700 fans.' 'e, which now has a 29-2 record for the season, beat 54-48 while the New Hampton Chicks showed class in downing Greene 79-GG, only the f i f t h loss in 25 games for the fast breaking Ramblers. Fertile will meet Sheffield in the Friday finals at 7 o'clock m a game between the first and second place clubs of the North Star Conference. New Hamnton. which fini^pr] m a Lie for second place in the Mortheast Iowa Conference, will meet the Ho]y Family Maroons ;f Mason City in an 8:30 game Friday for (he class A crown. Score 20 in Second Fertile, which wasn't expected to lave too much trouble against the iangers, found Rudd to be a strong be. The Indians trailed through most of the first quarter but two baskets by llorb Pcderson just bc- 'orc the quarter ended Jet Fertile ake an 8-G lead. Coach Eddie Col- jert's club ran home 20 points in the second period for a 30-22 margin at halftime but Rudd stayed in '.he game through the deadly shooing of Ron LaFrenlz, who collected 15 points in the first half and fin- 'shcd with 20 for the game. three quarters, record. Game time p.m. The Cardinals with a will be 14-9 7:30 were beaten twice during the regular season's play-- by Forest City 60-42 58-47. and The Forest City Indians gained the finals by defeating Algona 70-54 : Monday night. FG TOTALS GAP.NEK--Cl Snater Irook* .'".'!' i" ^aryl Jass ! . ! ] ] . . 7 luanc Jaas !.".'.!!!;," (1 Nielsen . . . . . . ' " i Bunk ...., .'.'.'.'.';;;.' TOTALS ^ Score by quarters: BANCROFT st. John's) in A R N E K . n FT 1 ·I ·I I) n i o vl FT PF TP i :s in 17 ,T 3 t X 1 ir I I 6 4 M ..« 53 64 Free throws mined; Bancroft 7, Garner Of(Lciils: Starr and Heathman, District Card on Wednesday Cage Games (First Round unless otherwise indicated) AT ADEI, A--Wejt Den Molnes vs. Adel, 7.30 AT ATCANTIC A--Manning vs. Atlantic, 7:30. AT CLINTON ; A--Clinton Lyons vs. Durant, 7-30 AT COUNCIL BLUFFS ' r- ~T, C i uncl1 l!lu "' T »"m»' Jefferson vs. Council Bluffs Abe-Lincoln, 7:30 AT GARNAV1LI.O AA--Duhiique I.orai vs. Derorah, 7-30 AT GARNER B--AUona St. Cecilia's vs. KIcmme, 7:30 AT HOLSTEIN A--Cheroko vs. Maplelon, 7:30. AT IOWA CITY B--Clarence vs. Iowa City St. Mary's, 7. A--Anamnsa vs. Marlon, 8:30. AT IOWA FALLS K--Owasa vs. Steamboat Rock, 7:30 AT JEFFERSON A TM--Boon« vs, Ames. 7:30. AT MASON CITV AA--Webster City v*. Mmon City, 7:30. AT MOUNT A V R B--Tingley vs. I.nrlmor. 7:30. AT OTTUMH'A AA--Oskalnins vs. Ottumwa. 7:30. AT POCAIIONTAS A--Albert City vs. I'ncahonui, 7:30. AT rOSTVir.LE .*--McGregor M»r-Mao vs. rpstvllle, AT RED OAK A--F»rr»ml vi. Keri Oak, 7:30. AT SIOUX CITY AA--Sioux City Hcrian vs. Slonx City AT SPENCER - F I N A L HOUND B--Rock Valley vs. Hull, 7, ; l FIRST ROUND A--Emmelihiirr V » . Spencer, 8:JIO. AT WARIIINTiTON A-- Burlington Cuthollo v«. SJjourtiev, At the end of crtile led by 10 points with the score 44-34. But Rudd opened the ast period with five straight points o cut the count to 44-39. From here on it was a battle. The Rangers had the margin cut to 528 late in the game but a pair of rec throws by Jerry Jenkins of '"ertile killed the final hopes for a ludd upset. Pederson and his scoring twin for he past two seasons, Jenkins, had 0 and 15 points respectively for he winners. Rudd, a tall team lave Fertile considerable trouble 'ff the backboards. Chicks Look Good Coach Jack Wishmeier's New lampion team, toughened by a eal tough schedule during the reg lar season, displayed fine has etball in the M'indiip game and off he showing Tuesday must be o eal concern for Holy Family in the inals Friday. The Chicks not only are tall, they are rugged. And they have n hortcoming in the speed depart ment. If they were slow they would lave had trouble against Green secause the Ramblers move fas at all times. New Hampton took an early 13- ead in the game only to se "Ireene cut the count to 13-11. "Bu y halftime New Hampton led 41 23 and that 18-point margin wa enough to ride out for the victory. Wayne Slack, a junior, was th Dig gun for New Hampton the firs lalf. He hit 18 points in the firs minutes of play although he finished with only 20 for the game Then Soph Guard Ray Blietz took over the scoring load for the Chicks in the third quarter when he made 12 of his 19 points for the night. All of the New Hampton starters scored in double figures For the game and four of the Greene starters also were in double figures topped by Don Hamilton's 16. The winners lost SlacK* on fouls in the third quarter, Center Frank Utley fouled out at the start of the fourth period and he was followed to the bench by Forward Francis Kramer. That hurt the Chicks bul they still had their margin anc later two Greene, starters fouled out of action, Mike Potter anc Charley Teeple, the starting forwards. New Hampton went into the fourth quarter with a 15-point edge as the score was 63-48. Greene put on a splurge for six straight point to trim the margin to nine points with the score 63-54. New Hampton only three fieldgoals the last quarter but got its final nine points on free throws. The Chicks were deadly at the 'oul lanes, connecting on 23 of 29 tries. The Boxscores FEffTILK--r.l rf ; 1'edersun x Suby , H Itodberj j Urtie :, Jenkfn* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Liir. Luthrr (l Lav. Lulhtr « TOTALS . . . K U I I U -- 1 0 aKrentj. IS. f'revrrt . , Lt, .Moore . . . S U I k e r !. AhrenK .. , Neu'lQN J". K r e v e r t . . . Flke i'J l-'G 7 1'T t a n lit FT li 1 \ :i ;t o u PF TP ^ 20 ·t 3 I '4 '.', I'. I I.') 1 2 t (l -"i 51 j iF Tl- it l (i 1 18 T O T A L S n Hcore by quarters: F E R T I L E ,,, 3 ,| .,, O.VDI) 8 .,-, 3, Free t h r o w s i n l t s e d : Pedersnn. Suby Bruc. J e i i k f n i t I. L u l b c r . , I . a F r e n t z H. F r e v e r t I, S l i l k e r 1, A h r c n s , J. F r e v e r t N e w t o n . O f f i c i a l s : U h u m , J . l c b l j a n d H a u g e n . NEW H A M P T O N -- 7 9 FG FT K r a m e r 7 Q U t l e y '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.I':'. 4 ' f). Winter i « PF T New Gate Mark for Sectionals in Boys Basketball The weatherman: in addition to establishing new high temperature records for Iowa for the week of Feb. 8-13, 1954 is also credited vith another new record. Because of ideal weather conditions, gross receipts in the 1954 boys sectional basketball tournament established new all time records. Of the 96 Sectional Tournaments conducted by the Iowa High chool Athletic Association, final reports hav-a been received from 02 of these sites and the gross receipts on the 92 Sectional Tournaments amounted to $93,339.30, an average of $1,014.55 for each tournament. The Marion sectional ournament was high with the gross receipts of $2,069.90 followed closely by Bennett with gross receipts of $2,000.80. .The 96 sectional tournaments in 1953 grossed $81,056.45 for an average of $844.33. The Aplington sectional tournament in 1953 was with gross receipts of $2,149.10. Previous high in ·: sectional ournament gross receipts occurred in the 1951 sectional tournaments when the gross receipts 'orthc 96 sites was $87,725.95. H l l e t z S n y d t r I'ose H. W i n t e r Kuennen TOTALS ORKK.VE--65 I'olter Teeple G r a v e n W h l l e h r l d iamljton . . . . \ I c h o l Linden lell i p r a t t liK JKG I 1 II 21 PF TI .") 1 S 1 :: i rj o l i o TOTALS Si a Score by q u a r t e r s : N'EW HAMPTON 1R 4 1 ·2HEENE .., ia S 3 , s e Free throws missed: U t l e y , D. Winter 4 ?ose, Potter :t, Teeple 3, Graven 5, HamlJ on. Llndell, Spralt. Officials: Hhum, Haucen, I.lehly. Boys District Cage Scores AT ADEL. A--Indlanola M), Woodward 41. AT ATLANTIC A--Harlao. 33. Woodbine 48. AT BURLINGTON »--Wlnfield SB. Keokuk St. Peleri 50. ilorninr Sun 10, Farmlntton 63. AT CLINTON A--DeVTItt 56, Dyers Title XaVitr «. AT DES MOINES AA--Dei Molnes North 38, Dei Molne Lincoln 31. . AT GARNAVILLO B--Cascade Sr. Martin's 69, AT G A R N E R --Garner 61, liancroft St. John's 52 AT HOLSTEJ.V A--Sac City 5S, Ida Grorc 56 (douhl overtime.) AT IOWA crrv B--Wha! Cheer 18, CrawfordsTllle 41. A --Cedar Rapids Immaculate Conceotlon 6. WlllUmiburc 51. AT IOWA FALLS A--Belmond 09, Iowa Falls 55. AT JEFFERSON B--Ifarcouri 49. Barley 41. A--Carroll 48. Jefferson 4.1. AT LeGHA.VD B--DInidate 47, V i c t o r Si. John's 37. Laurel 67, duller 45. AT MASON CITY A--New Hampton 71), Greene 6fl. B--Fertile 51, Rudd 48. AT M O O R I I E A D B--Moorhead 48, Earllne St. Joseph's 43 AT M O U N T AYR A--Mount Ayr 55, Creslon S3. AT NEHTON B--Sully 51, Carlisle 87. A--Grlnncll 86, New Sharon 4 AT OTTUMWA B--Cedar M, Ajencj- 46. A--A!bt» 53, Centervtlle IS. AT POSTVILLE A--Monona 67, Cresco S3. AT RED OAK A--Cornlnr 38, Glenwood 37. AT ROLFE B--Focahontas Sacred Heart -19, Liver more 34. AT SIOUX CITY B--LeMars Gehlen 47, Hlnton 38. A--Sloui City Leeds 57, LeMars 51. AT SPENCER B--Emmetiburf Catholic SO, Sutherlam A--Paulllna 69. Spirit Lake 47. AT WASHINGTON A--Mount Fleajanl 57. Washington M. AT WATERLOO B--Wlnthrop 48, Readlyn 47. A--Manchester «9, Waterloo St. M»ry'; A T - W A V E R L Y A--W»rerfy as, Gnindy Center 37, AT WHEATI,AND B--Welton 60, Goose iake 50 (overtime) Utah, Hawkeyes. Negotiating for Football Game SALT LAKE CITY Wl--Universi- of Utah Coach Jack Curtice ays Iowa has offered to play Utah i football on Oct. 20, 1956. That ate, .however, conflicts with a cheduled game with Wyoming, :urtice said Tuesday. He said he as written Wyoming to see if ic Cowboys can play Utah on )ct. 2.7,:-which - would leave the Oct. 20 dale open for Iowa. BODY FENDER REPAIRS lohn Gallagher, Inc. 22-24 Third M. W. Ph«m« 1144 CLOSE, BUT A MISS--Jerry Jenkins (28) of Fertile goes m tor a short shot against Rudd in the third quarter with Fertile m front 32-23 but he missed the basket. Rudd players in the picture are Ron LaFrentz (34), who scored 20 V2£ tS T. m ^ e game ' Bil1 Fre vert (24) and Chuck Stalker (o3). Fertile won 54-48 for its 29th victory of the season and will meet Sheffield in the class B district finals on Mohawks, Webster City Play for Class AA Title Mason City and Webster City,*- wo clubs which have been fre- luent big winners in high school asketball in past seasons, haven't )cen able to get many victories this season. But one of the schools vill be the Class AA district champion after Wednesday night. The Mohawk^ and the Lynx meet Wednesday night at Roosevelt Fieldhouse in Mason City at 7:30 in the only game on the program and the victor will move on to sub state competition starting the wee: of March 8. Each club has won only fou games this season. JIason City ha. lost 15 while the Lynx have los even more, 18. The Mohawks will be trying to make a sweep against Webster "ity for the season. They downec the Lynx 50-41 in the season's jpener at Roosevelt Fieldhouse but lad to go into an overtime game o win 58-53 at Webster City. Coach Bill Steneker will use the ame lineup which saw the heaviest action in the Des Moines series ast weekend. This will have three ophs in the starting lineup, Jon Bramhall and Zip Hansen at for- vards and Joe Mentink at guard. Senior Jack Aeling will be at cen- er while Junior Bobby Hahn will ·air with Mentink at the guards. In three of the past four games dayed by Mason City, the Mo- iawks have led opponents up until lear the end of the game only to ee victory slip away. The police in London have.avoid- d carrying guns for 125 years. Bratton to Tangle With Saxton in Renewed Campaign PHILADELPHIA (UP)-Former .veltenveight champion Johnny Bratton opens t his. campaign for an other shot at the crown SVednesda night·' when he tangles with h rough and rugged New York neig' bor, Johnny Saxton, in a 10-roun bout at the Arena. The 26-year-old Bratton, makin his first appearance since his un successful crack at world cbam Kid Gavilan three months ago goes into the ring with the No. ranking in the welter class while the 23-year-old Saxton is ranked close behind at No. 5. Basketball Scores KAST Colby 78, Rhode Island 67. Magira 80. Brockport 45. St. Frances (.\.Y.J 8J, BkJrn Coil -(9 SOUTH Duke 89, Sooth Carolina 55. ' Furmaij ]17, Wofford 7.1. Ceo. Wash. 70, Maryland 37. Mercer 00, Florida 58. MIDWEST RSo Grande 3 J I . Ashland SI. Washington .tlo. fi3. D r a k e 59. riattevtlle 89, Dubuque 75. St. OUf 07, St. Clond 87. Augustana ( I I I . ) 75, Grinnelt 71 ( o v l ) Klrksrllle 91, Simpson HO. 111. Tech 75, Chicago U. .W. Carthage 9S, Tarsons X7. SOUTHWEST Arizona 78, Ilardln-Slmmons 7" SMU 90, Texas 611. Baylor 75, KIce 7.t. WEST | Washington Slate SB. Idaho -II. Santa Clara 6U, College of the I'acl/lo San Jose State 53, St. Mary's J J . Reliable Repairs Keep Bills Down! We've got the lime, tools and trained mechanics to care for your car troubles the RIGHT way! MASON CITY 1311 No. Federal Phone H53 ·b. 14, 1»S4 17 uspv, CUr Globe-GaieUe, MaiOB Clt), la. 3 Eastern NCAA Cage Teams Named NEW YORK (UP)-NCAA bas- etball tournament officials, have tided Notre Dame, Navy and 'ordham to their post-season car- ival. They will try to pick their ast two Eastern independents rom a field of 15 eligiblcs. The five-man selection commit- ee, it was learned, was scheduled o.confer by round-robin telephone make its final picks. It was Iso learned that the NCAA berth eserved for the New England 'onference champion will go to he winner of Saturday's game be- ween Holy Cross (20-1) and Con- ecliciit (19-2). Notre Dame, 17-2, Navy 16-G, ncl Fordham 17-4 all were sc- ected as Eastern "members at argc," that is, independent teams ·om east o£ the Mississippi. Notre Dame will join Toledo and wo "at large" teams in first-round lay at Fort Wayne, Ind., March . Navy and Fordham will join a Salle and the Holy Cross-Con- ecticut winner in other first-round ames at a site yet to be selected ut reported to be Buffalo, N.Y. 'airings in each city will be de- ermined by a Hip of a coin, said Uhietic Director Doug Mills of II- nois, chairman of the selection ominittee. Belmond Wins on 26-Point Surge in 4th IOWA FALLS -- The powerful elmond Broncos threw Iowa Falls ut of the boys district here Tues- ay night in a 2S-point fourth quar- er surge that left the Cadets gasp- ng 69-55. The Cadets had been in he saddle until the final period ·hen the Broncos, led by Ken oats, let fly. Iowa Falls held down 4-13, 34-30 and 46-43 leads at the first three quarter marks. Ken Loats dumped in 20 points or the winners. Jim Schalk had 4 for Iowa Falls. Belmond now as a 21-1 record. Iowa Falls lowed out with a 15-6 season's rec- Td. The Broncos' only loss this eason was in a close one, 51-48 to Manning. Coach Jim Criminings 1 quint will play franklin Consolidated Friday night at 7:30 ^m;: in · th^ Class A final. Franklin defeated Nevada 63-55 Monday night. FIGHT BESUXT MIAMI BEACH-- Kid Gavilan, 1S6W, Kavana. outpointed Johnny Cunningham, 132, Baltimore. 10. non-title. NEW YORK-- Danny Rubino, 156. Hobo- ° 0 l n t e d Larry Bakcr ' 15014 ' . PHOENIX -- EJlswoHh "Spider" Webb, 58, Chicago, stopped Jesse Fluentcs, 160, Los Angeles. 2. . ' GALVESTO.Y. Tex.-Eddlc Bertolino. 136. 39 v *?" ou 'P oinlecI - Chato. Hernandez, TRAINED Diesel Mechanics NEEDED Skilled Men Needed for Positions in the Offer ·to a A d U F G.7:!f n C °« S . Spcola! Construction -- Logging Transporta tion-- Agriculture We Can Help You Qualify! If you arc mechanically Inclined and des re to trnln for high pay. steady jobs in this wide open, lucrative field, fill out the form below and mall at once. 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