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H* r ¥"' MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 7 · 1937 ELEVEN TROJANS PLAY SHELDON HERE ON FRIDAY OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell The official frown of the National Collegiate Athletic association upon post-season football games had little effect upon the officials who conduct the numerous New Year's day "bowl" contests. , TRADING IN FOOTBALL The association adopted at its meeting last week a report by Z. G. Clevenger of Indiana university . . . which maintained that post season games have no part in athletic programs "because they serve no sound educational ends, and such promotions merely trade upon intercollegiate football for : commercial purposes." ·'·' Commenting on this report . . . officials of the sponsoring committees and the colleges which shared in the gate receipts paid in by some 200,000 spectators for last Friday's six contests, agreed it would not change their plans. 'f *! ** W. Keith Phillips, chairman of the Orange Bowl · committee in Miami, said: ','The growing popularity of various bowl games shows what the people think of them, and, after all, the people should decide. The ,N., C. A. A.'s action will have no effect whatsoever on nexl year's games." · a * * MONEY ROLLS IN Iowa hunls for a foolball coach . . . that's big news. But to this corner, it is 110 bigger an item than one other which · came out from Iowa City . . . when W. H. Cobb university comptroller, announced that the final payment was underway on the giant Hawkeye field- house. (And I don't own any bonds, either . . .) The payment completely relives the original 5300,000 bonded indebtedness on the fieldhouse, Cobb said . , . The bonds were issued Nov. 1, 1925 . . . The comptrollei also revealed that as soon as money becomes available, the retirement of the stadium bonds wil! follow. The bond issue on the stadium was made March 15, 1929, foui years after the fieldhouse was built and amounted to §500,000 . . 5480,000 of which five per con bonds are slill oulstanding. Since sufficient money has been earned for the complete retirement of the fieldhouse issue, payments from now on are to be made to the sladium bonds interest un: til all delinquent interest is pai . . . Thereafter payments will be made to interest as it matures and then lo bonds as funds are available. * o * GRID CARD HELPS This prcsenl payment, retiring the fieldhouse issue is a reflection of the increasingly healthy status of the Hawkeye athletic finances and the future can be expected to bring a bigger bulge to the sports coffers . . . With an outstanding football schedule planned for nex fall . . '. seven major teams . . . an increase in gridiron receipts is expected, a fact which would hasten the payment of the oulslanding indebtedness on the big sladium . . Another thing that should help, i it can keep up its strong pace, i. the [owa basketball team . . . I Rollie Williams' team is as strong as he and all of us hope, and turn out to be a real winner, some o those huge crowds in the field house again would boost the ath letic finances to a large extent . . The schedule-making of Ossii Solem can be given credit for a good deal of the financial better m e n t . . . Consistently he arranged outstanding clashes for the Iowa gridders, bringing in big gate re ceipts annual.ly in both the homi and away from home encounter. . . . Next year's schedule is a dan dy, both competitively and finan eially speaking . . . If Ossie's sue cessor just can come up with ; tough aggregation o£ gridders bond holders will have little wor i-y about where their money i coming from. Mason City Squad at Home Because of Ice Mason City high school's wrest ling team was kept from makin; its trip lo Eagle Grove Wednes day night by icy highways. A sub slitute date for the meeting of th Eaglets and Mohawks had no been announced Thursday. The season summary announce here Wednesday failed to giv John Thompson, Mohawk 14 pounder, credit for his clear rcc ord this season. The summary fol lows: Wcl. X"» So Decker . . . I Jnhnjnn . !)S Waller . 111.5 Molt I l i i T.ecwnjctil 12,1 O. Th'psnn r,-, C a l i c c h i a Mr. J, Tli'psffn ~1" Anderson . lr- Ktimeliole . Hvy. Leake TOTALS . . . . | 1 | M | 7 | 3 | 5 | 0215 | 911 32 B O X I N G 32 Rounds A R M O R Y Hounds TONIGHT KLOMP vs. FLY JAYSEE CAGERS TEST VETERANS OF SEASON AGO I hree Sheldon Boys on Five That Played in State Tournament Here. FIIOBAIILE L I N E U P S J A S O N CITY SHELDOX i U T l I E K L A . N l l . . Coach KUK.IC1 Lane F . U u u l a h a i i i l e l l F Ha M»rr i; Vtciikc S h c u k l e r (; . , , . . . I . l i r i t f i u l l r r t 0 Casj T I M E : S t ' c l n c k . F H I » A V . t I ' r c l i m j n n r t 1 same, i::l.".) 1'I.ACi:: Mason f i l y h i g h s c E i d o l . O F F I C I A L : K a r l llass ( G r l n n e l l ) . Some of those fellows who were lere for Mason City's state junior college basketball tournament-and that was held nearly a year ago--are coming back again Friday night. At least three members of classy 1936 basketball team will appear at Mason City when Sheldon junior college opposes the revamped Trojans in the second ;ame of a doubleheader at the ligh school court. Mason City, it you're memory's _;ood, had to defeat Sheldon in the semifinal round of the stale title meet last season to get at Albia. Too Biff a Job. The combination, the necessity play two such teams in the same day, was just a little too mich for the Trojans. They defeated Sheldon, 30 to 24, but Albia beat them in the state championship game, 37 to 22. Bob Houlahan, forward .of last ieason; Dick Griffin and Marvin Casjens, regular guards, will appear here again Friday night aft- performing on the local court a year ago. Doug Hae, at forward, and Harold Veenker, at center, are the new starting choices in Coach Joe Krejci's lineup. Start at 6:45. The Trojan contest will begin at 8 o'clock, while a preliminary game will see one of two Little Mohawk squads oppose Hanlon- towu at fi:'!5, while its 'brother outfit appears at Waterloo East with the high school first team. The Trojans will send their new lineup into action Friday night tor the first time, withj-.cland Usher taking the place of the missing Merrill 'Tied" Herbener, and handling the center assignment at the tipoft. \ BEAUTTSlP LEADS CLUBS Shoots High Total, Wins by Default, Others Take in Pairs. Coca Cola and Lyons each won two games, from D. K. Lundberg and Diamond Butter Bread, respectively, in the Women's bowling league Wednesday nigh I, while Florimcl Beauty Shop look three by default and was .high team, shooting unopposed to get 1,710 pins. Mary Chuick had 459 Cor the best series and Vivian Mick had 190 for the top single game. BE-GAZETTE Two Ties Hold Teams in City Basketball Race L Y O N S . C L K A X K U S 1st ^nd IIHI inn :ircl mil ·''· ion Tut. :inn Actu.ii rin H n u t l i c n p Total P i n s ...... ·"!; ·":{·'· i".7i1 D I A M O N I 1 niJTTKJt I I R E A I ) Players-Mick l i n e .Inucs \ . R l a n v l l l c .... Vnnilii A c t u a l P i n * linn [lien it tail n;'l i l l 2 nil inn Ji-i l -.'(I -~i'i'.i loin Tot. in :c.it IMayer.s-- D o u g h e r t y . . . f t a m b e r . . . . . . Slrphan ' A e l u a l Tins H a n d i c a p . . Tolal Tins I'laycrs-- StllulK . . . Dnc H e r r m a n n A c l i i . i l ' Tins H a n d i c a p Total' Pins F1.OIUMF.I Player's-- Sha'ner Chnirk A c t u a l Tin* H a n d i c a p II, K. I.UNOBEIK! ISS I l l 12:1 T.IU .121 :lnl Tol. 1 1 2 M X °i ti; Hi am C O C A - C O L A tin i fins i i i i i Tnl. i-ju ·ix.-i 111) IOC 1117 433 Clarion High School Using New Gymnasium-Auditorium Five Clubs in Fight for Top Court Laurels Cleaners, Bakers Win lo Keep Records Clear, Hold to Leads. D E A I J T V S H O P inn mil in i flfl ...... .ten nF.CKER'S ( n e f a u l U Illll 111 ir,n inn «! ,wn Tnl. I.VI l.-.o:i V07 Forest City Cagers Lose Pair of Stars . FOREST CITY--The F o r e s t City basketball team plays at Buffalo Center Friday evening without John Hoalson, who was released from the Irish hospital Jast week after a severe attack of pneumonia. He had been playing at forward during the early season. It is also doubtful if Bob Indvik will be on the team as he was unable to be out for practice Iho first of the week because of duties al his farm home. Tuesday evening of next week, Jan. 12, St. Ansgar plays its first game on the Forest City court.. TERRY LOOKS FOR NEW JOB Memphis Bill May Have Eye on Seat in Front Room of Giants' Home. By SID FEDEU NEW YORK, (/P)--Cooling off with the hot-stovers: Here and there 'tis said the iants were looking ahead when they named Travis Jackson manager of their new Jersey City farm. Some say ".Tax" will be getting ready there to lalie over Bill Terry's pilot job with the "Jinls" in a couple of years. Lending some support to this are Iwo reports going the rounds: (1), lhat Terry is slated for a front office position, and (2), that he'd like to go back to being plain Colonel Bill of Memphis. Headline: "Bob Feller (who is 18) to ask $20,000 from Indians for '37." The cover goes on this typewriter right now, while we learn how to throw a ball fast. BUSH LEAGUEKS Lats year, Connie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics were harshly called the American league's "Bush Leaguers." Believe it or not, the A's Grapefruit league schedule of 15 games this spring calls for only minor league competition, except for a few tills with Ihe St. Louis Browns and Ihe hapless Phillies. Incidentally, the Yankees, who won Ihc American league pennant, and the A's, who were--you know--on the other end, arc among the few oulfils "standing pat" for '37. Dizzy the Great said a few weeks ago he wauled $100,000 for Ibis season. Now he threatens to quit baseball and become a pro golfer if he doesn't get $25,000. With an imagination like that he ought to try the crystal-gazing business. $ * -f SERENE CINCINNATI All looks serene in Cincinnati. Gene Schott and Kiki Cuylcr already have signed up. It's surprising all clubs waived on Pitcher Lee Sttnc, who goes back to the American Association, this time with Kansas City. Could il be the Red Sox are looking westward for another heavy-hitting outfielder? Someone on the type of Jules Solters of the St. Louis Browns? Incidentally, Manager Rajah Hornsby is worried over Ihe Brownies' pitching--or lack of il. "Old Fox" Clark Griffith may find a complaint from Buck (Beau Brummell) Ncwsoni in the mails about the Ifl37 salary offer, but Buck'll be on hand when spi'ini training opens just the .same. Buddy Myers, disappointment number one of '36, is already on the way south, and his contract, scaled, signed and delivered, is in Griff's Washington safe. PERRY UPSETS AMERICAN AGE Vines Loses as Experts Put Up Loud Yell for More Aspirin Tablets. By. PAUL MICKELSOiV NEW YORK, m--Fred J. Perry, lion-hearted Briton, tucked Ellsworth Vines' scalp among his souvenirs Thursday as the be- Xuddled tennis experts yeJped tor aspirin. Before the largest throng in the history of tennis anywhere, 17,630 sitting and standing customers, who paid $58,11!).50 to sec the show, Perry made his professional debut al Madison Square Garden Wednesday night by upsetting Vines 7-5,',VG, (i-3, (i-t. Hardly a recognized tennis expert of note, except possibly a few Tills gymnasiiiiii-nuilitnrinm in Clarion's new 5150,000 pratic * ami junior high school Iniililiug is the home of the Cowboy basketball and wreslliiipr teams. The above view of Ihc gymnasium floor is taken from the auditorium stage. (Kayenaj Enffraviiiff) North Central Fox Hunt Planned Sunday Morning Hunters Meet Here, Plan\,. d Motor c lo Cover Square Mile in Each Search. ·The North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club will be sponsors, next Sunday morning, of a fox hunt that is intended to cover several sections of farm land near Mason Cily. Hunters will meet at the Pritch- I one section. :ompnny al 9 o'clock Sunday morning, il was announced by Les Valentine, club secretary. One square mile will be driven at a time during the course of the hunt, with equal groups o£ sportsmen moving in from each side of the area on signal. Only those along one side will carry guns, but all participating in the hunt will have opportunity to be included in that group for al least Tom Robinson Takes Just One -Final Swim in Pool Veteran Coach Finds His* Way Back to Health in His Own Game. CHICAGO, W 1 )--Ruddy cheeked Tom Robinson, a youngster of 54 years, is preparing his twenty- eighth Northwestern -swimming team for the intercollegiale water wars, his health restored by the sport he teaches, and retirement far in the future. Robinson, dean of Big Ten coaches in point of service, whose teams have won II conference titles and six national intercollegiate championships, didn't believe b;ick in September that lie would be trying to build another championship team this winter. An atlack of asthma had him almost licked. He was at the poinl of asking lo be retired. He felt so low on Sept. 22 that lie decided to swim ]usl once more in Ihe Fallen gymnasium .pool where his stars. Art Highland, Al Schwartz, Dick llowcll, Walter Colbath, Ralph Breycr and many others, had set records. He could hardly breath when lie slipped into the clear water. When he came out 12 minutes later, he felt so well lhat he hastily revised his plans about quitting. "I clon't know if the s w i m m i n g did il," he said, "but I shook oft- 20 heavy years in those 12 minutes. The stretching in using the breaststrokc may have given my diaphragm just the workout it needed. The chlorinated water may have had something to do with it. "Anyway, it brought me back," lie chuckled happily, "and I decided to swim every day. I hadn't been in the water in a month before lhat day. Now I swim '10 minutes every day and I can outlast any member of niy varsity or freshman squads--even if T can't beat them. Retire? Not me!" foreign scribes who know the k t n r l of a heart Pervy has, gave (he dashing, clowning Briton a ghost nf a show against the l a n k y California u with the deadliest fore- h a n d in the net world. But Perry turned Ihc trick and even made the great Vines look sicker than he was. Vines, in justice to him, was a sick man as he squared away with the abdicated amateur tennis king in the smoke-filled Garden, but it is doubtful if he were sicker than Perry. After the match, Perry lay on the rubbing table for 20 minutes, coughing and gasping. Vines, crestfallen, undressed hurriedly, took his shower and said nothing. "You can sea Vines wasn't at his best, that he was weakened by his bad cold," said Perry between coughs. "I beat him by 24 hours. If I had played him a night earlier, he would have done much betlcr." "Yeah," muttered George Lotl, who had placed a good bet on Vines, "but Perry played a great game. I don't know if Elly could have licked him al his best. Perry was great tonight." BASEBALL HAS GOOD OUTLOOK Minor Leagues Had Power in Past Season After Slimmer Years. By WILLIAM I1AR1UDGL: (I'rcsiilcnl, American League) CHICAGO, M 1 )-- Holding Ihe pace sel by the industrial and mercantile worlds, baseball shared in the prosperity of 193G. I would not say, "baseball has come back" for the reason it never went away. During the depression, it suffered, of course, for the fans had to economize ; and amusements found no place in their budgets. Twenty-six m i n o r leagues started Ihc 19.'i(i season and 'If, not only finished, but went on to participate in post-season series. Thai feat probably is a record. Even i: the banner years, ^whcn we hat from '10 to 50 minor leagues, no! all of them weathered the storms and played out llieir schedules. Tt me, the fact that the tninoi leagues enjoyed prosperity ir 1936 was llic biggest event ii baseball for the year. For, where would the major leagues be if i were not f o r minor circuits through which the players are developed? The raw rookie of today down in Ihe Evarigeline, or up in Ihe Northern league, may be Ihe boy who draws the plaudits from the fans and the headlines in the papers because of his skill ot prowess displayed in a world series contest two or three years from now. That's why I say mos emphatically: "The best of luck lo the minor leagues in 1937. May Ibey even better their record o. 193G." N a t u r a l l y , llio American league lias reason to be happy as a rcsul of the evcrils of lf)3(J. True, oui circuit lost the AH-Slar game but to make up for that, we won the world and Chicago city series. Players in our. league were no backward when it came to .·shat- tering records, some of which stood for many years. In fact, they broke 24 and tied 14 major leagui marks in addition to setting 21 new and tying 11 American leagui records. Then again, the Nev York Yankees celebrated their triumph of last October by smash ing 16 marks. and tying 8 world serie: Carpenter High Has Edge Over Mclnhn CARPENTER--Carpenter hig school defeated Mclnlire 34 lo 1-1 and the local reserves won 17 lo n, in two basketball games. Johnson led Carpenter with 12 points. LOCAL SQUAD !eiTO Gordo Rifle Club Is Defeated by Waterloo Legion Shooters. The Ccrro Gordo Rifle club osl ils firsl match ol the yeai o Becker-Chapman Post R i f l e club of Waterloo, it .was an- lounced by Secretary G. E. Andrews, 945 to 930. The course o 'ire was 10 shots a man, stand- ng '·and prone, with the high five in each team counting for record. Rifle matches are pending will .cams from Cresco and Manchester, while pistol team matches ire pending with Burlington, Cc dar Falls and Dubuque. The club will also enter Hire learns each in three Nutiona Rifle association leagues: Nation al match, course pistol, slow fir course pistol and any sights rifle League fire starts Ihe week o Jan. 17. MATCH SCORES I. I-'. l l a n e s . . Ii. A n d r e w s !:. All.-tol , . II. rJu'k.inin J . O . K i n c . . . ,\I T O T A L LTI:IILOO S t a n d i n g ; !«l Hill n; 1:11 IKK Two Big Knots COMMERCIAL LEAGUE I I A S K L T H A L L S T A N D I N G S ' ( F i r s l K[llll]!l) W. L. larshall null S w i f t :l II l i a m o n i l Jtreail :t II 'orh Country I - ·absl 1 -J e r k r r ' s , I 'i I s n i i l t o i i ' s I f ;( PREP SQUAD TO TRY FOR WIN IN BIG FOUR GAME Conference Contest Faces Mohawks on Trip to Waterloo East. P R O t l A U L E LINEUPS MASON' C I T V W A T E R L O O EAST T i I U M S L E V . . . Cifach H A l T E N S P E H G r . K Cookmail r S i l l i e r [··uriiiiiii .'.' ! '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'....'(Soclirlt Wooil (i Kalinlrli a i r l v f n v y . . . . ( I a Ii vi T I . M I : : X o ' C ' l u r k , I ' l l l I I A V . l l ' r r » s h - . S « n i h c a m e , II: ir,. \ r i . A l ' U : W.ilcrh.o Kasl l i i j h * c h o o l . mr, rouit STAMUNGS \v. i l.nnil 1.IKIII .1)011 1'cl. I.linn i.oiui WEDNESDAY GAMES l A M i L T O N ' S -- n : ui:cKi:n'S--;i:i I c D n u ' c l l I hi.n, f r h l f Vessels r I j II. I I I i u l l ! I l i w i i i l e f ' J i l l a t i r i i i r. i n ·^ i 1 » TOTALS | W o l f e B -I !| TOTALS l a m i l l o n ' s ............. 2 Urckcr's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Free t h r o w s mtssctl: H Ilccticr's I. AI1ST--I!l rsnmsvolrt f Tracy ! '.amlcr f 1,'liribrscii c i l «· m i l t o n ' s piAiisii.-swirr--:u ic 'i f| tc ti t I) II i ; i l y m i r °l l 5 (I '.' l | M a l h i a s o u t ~ II ? ·4 (I ::jconuelly c I :l :t II l l C n n l l c ir I S l l l c r s T O T A L S I! I x l l l j TOTALS \ T c r l i n i c a I fouls, ttarr, Cordlc. Running *icorc by iiuartcrs 1 17 Marshall :ind Free t l i r n i s h a l l and Sv m A i M O N ! ) S w i f t s misse i f t 7. I C O I L N I C O U N T I I V -- IS TO GAGE GAME Hawkeye Cagers Hope Luck Comes Their Way for League Contest. IOWA CITY, (/P)_Thc University of Iowa basketball squad, definitely rated as a "dangerous" Big Ten team, will leave here Friday for its second conference game against Northwestern at Evanston Saturday night. Beaten only four points by Indiana's high scoring club, the Hawkcycs hope for a few "breaks" against the Wildcats, another crack shooting learn. Miserable luck on several last m i n u t e shols al Indiana kept Iowa from upsetting the co-champions of the Big Ten. Iowa's biggest task will be stopping Mike McMichael, the Des Moines boy who is performing brilliantly for the Wildcats. Coach Rollie Williams will assign Capt. Ken Suesens ot Burlinlon, ace of the Hawkeye defensive players, lo lake care of McMichael. Coach Williams also has devoted a lot of time to his offense. The Hawkeycs counted only 24 points against Indiana, and the Iowa coach realizes bis team will have to score more points if il is going to win in the conference. Towa w i l l start its home season against P u r d u e next Monday and a sellout crowd of 13,OOD is expected. Players who will make the North- weslcrn trip arc Johnson, Brallen, Slcphens and Gaddis, forwards; DeHeer, Dress and Walsh, centers; Suesens, Van Ysseldyk, Bobby and Thompson, guards. Former Iowa Boy to Make Debut at Home D E S M O I N E S , (/P)--Ralph O'Dell, former Ottumwa high school athlete, will make his first professional boxing appearance in a Des Moines show Monday, Jan. 18. Considered a promising heavyweight, O'Dell is backed by an eastern syndicate and is managed by Mike Cantwcll, formerly connected w i t h Max Bncr's troupe. O'Dell, who lias been in Otlumwa for several weeks, w i l l come here in a few days to train. If II [| I; It I llnycr f fi II ll.1nlin.son ( I II 1 l l r r l i n u r r f 1 I :tll.cc f II t 'i H u m p h r e y f n II n ; A n i l c r s n i i c l n I M n c D n n a l i l c I I I I I ' . ml c t t t i r u s K I It ( i ; T l i u r l l c c Dcl.iicy f 1 II n l K r i l t n e l S I.nnr. c I ' l l | ! ! L l l m n i i K TOTALS 11 ^ .'.I TOTALS I l l u m i n g *icovn hy q u a r t e r n : I l i n moil,) nrcad .......... II l.t Corn G a u n t r y ............ I !l Tree Ihrmi-K m i s s t i l : I l i i i m a n i ] Itrcail .1; Corn C o u n t r y ;i. About the only change that greets the eye in the lalcst Commercial league basketball standings is the fact that Hamilton's School of Commerce holds the bottom rung of tlie ladder, while J. E. Decker and Sons has moved up into a tic for second place. But it took a lot of basketball lo produce lhat result. And it may be of more importance thai the league leaders, Marshall and Swift and Diamond Bread, kept step with each oilier by winning Wednesday night, while three teams were tossed inlo one big, in second place. Cleaners, Bakers U'iti. The Cleaners took a 3!) to 1!) contest, and won going away, from Pabst Blue Ribbon, to stay at the top of Ihe pile, while Ihe Bakers were having a much tougher ball game on their hands as they beat Corn Country, 24 to 18. Decker's pulled oul of the cellar and Hamilton's slipped in as the plant team won by 35 to 1 1. Leo "Pal" Ryan and Francis Brouwer were largely responsible for Ihc big Cleaner margin, racking up nine field goals between them in a rough and tough game. Big Lead Furies. A big Diamond Bread lead, earned in the first period, faded to four points as Bud Johnson led Corn Country in a counter charge, but Cecil Boyer, Baker forward, tame back to score three goals in the final quarter and help his team stay at the head of the ticket. Cylde Lincicum pi/shed Decker's out of the cellar by scoring nearly enough points to beat Hamilton's alone, when he found the ring five limes in the opener. IASON UITV ii H K S U L T S IIEO. 18 W a t e r l o o West :i«i M A S O N CITV I!'.'. W a t e r l o o Knsl 3'i; I'orl Uon'Ke 21. r i l l l l A Y ' G A M E S MASON C I T V at W a t e r l o o East. W a t e r l o o U'cst at Tort Dodge. Mason City high school's Mohawks will have to get hold of their bootstraps Friday night and give them a healthy yank--to climb up and out of the Big Four conference cellar. The Mohawks, and don't forget l h a t they have a two-game winning streak tucked satcly away, will be on the road Friday, going !o Waterloo for the second time this season, where they oppose East high. Cqacli J. A. "Judge" Grimsley's team made the same journey on Dec. IB, to play West high, and didn't do so well, losing by 38 to On the same conference program, Waterloo West will invade Fort Dodge. Coach G r i m s l e y indicated Thursday thai he would slick by the same starting combination that took Ihc court in the Charles City game last Tuesday night. If you like to compare scores, remember that Mason City had a hard lime beating the Comets 13 to 11, in an overtime period. Waterloo East came lo Charles City and spanked them by 24 lo 11-and that shows you just how big a job the Mohawks have Friday night. A sophomore-freshman squad will also play at Waterloo Friday, opposing East high's youngsters in a preliminary game. HEAVY BILL OF GAUIKS HEADY FOR NORTH IOWA One of the heaviest bills of the season faces North Iowa high schools and junior colleges this week-end, with practically every school in the area back at classes after the holidays, and nearly every one in competition Friday. Friday's events (unless oilier- wise noted), arc as follows: BASKETBALL .itJNioit COLLI:GI: S l i c l i l o n a l . 1 I A S O N CITV. Fort Dorlce n! liinincl.iliurr. X n r l l i u - n s t e r i i al K M h c r v i l l c . U ' i i i t k u i i al i r i k a i t c r . mail SCHOOL 31ASO.V C I T V a t W a t e r l o o Tils! ( I l l r t ) m n l o n l n t v l i al .MASO.V UJTV U.lllle M i i h i i u - k s l . J O U A W K S :it S I . I'al's ( l l n i i | r ] i c r l y ) I S U N I I A V ) W a t e r l o o Wcsl a l l-'nrl D o i l f c ( K i r . I I l l r i t l nt ; i r a r Lake ( N l ) . C h a r l e s C i l y a l (Is;i5n ( N O ) . C l a r i o n at W c l i s l e r Clly I.N'C). A l l i s o n a t S l i c l l Itock ( H O . I ' o t - j i h n n t i i s a l S I . L'ecilU'.s l A U o n a ) . S\voa City at A r m s l r o n r . ( i r i i i i i l y C c n l c r a l A c k l r y (1C). L a u l c r a l A l t a V i s t a . C o r u i t l l til I t c i i v v i c k ( I t V ) . ( . . i l . l f i c l i l at I . i i v r r n c I I I V ) . I t o t l c i l l l . i v e r i n o r c H V ) . I ' r r s r i i t a t i o n t W h i t l e m r t r c ) al S I . . I n l t n S n u n r r o l l ) . rorr-,1 C i l y a l l t n r i : t l n C r n l c r ^ N l ) , n r l m i m i l a l ( l a r i i c r ( N l ) . Hurt al 1'enl.in. C i i i r k s v i l l e a l l i r c c n r I l l C t . Crrscr» al NY\v l l a n u i l n n ( N T H . Xeu- l l a r l f i i n l a t I l n t u i . n t l l l f : i . l l m m i n l a l II..u-,cl! ( S A T U I I D A V ) . I l f i U ' s a t A l i l r l i . D c c n r . t h a l W a u k o n . I o w a I ' a l l . s a t K u j l c ( i r n c e l i V D I . C s l h r r v i l l r a t M m i n e t A l n i r K l l . a k c i ) . I ' e r l l l c al V c i i l u r a . K . , n : . « h . i a t ( i o n i l e l l ( S I M . r.r.if'.oit .it K r i i s r l l . K l c i i i n u - a t l l a y l l e l i l ( S I M . l l n m l x i l i l l a t H a m i l t o n ( N C I . A. 1. I I . I M r s M u i i L f , ) al M i l l i o n Drake University Cagers Take Trip DF.S MOINES, (/P)--Coach B i l l Williams and 10 Drake university basketball players left here Thursday for a Ihrce-game Missouri Valley conference road t r i p in the soulhwest. The Bulldog*, who own n third of the Valley t i t l e , w i l l play Tulsa university Friday night, Oklahoma A. M. Saturday night and Washburn Monday night. Sooners to Tussle With Cyclone Nine NORMAN, Okla., (/P)--Oklahoma university and Iowa State college, who have shared the Big Six baseball title for the last two years, w i l l play a two-game series at Ames next spring, the .first time the teams have played in three years. The Sooners and Cyclones are scheduled for games May 6 and 7. Cage Scores 111(711 S f l K I O L C^rp-.nlcr :|1-|;; J l c l n t i r r I |.; C S A T U K I I A I " ) ( C J i r l . s ) . K i r s l c r . .Hi. i n . , al Mitmc.snt* La ( S A ' r i l l l l l A V ) . 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Council Bluffs to Seek State Battle DES MOINES, (/P)--Eoy Simmons, secretary of the Iowa State Bowling association, said Thursday t h a t Council Bluffs has put in a bid for the 1!)3R state tournament. Council Bluffs representatives will push llioir request at the annual tournament starting here Jan. 16. The Bluffs contingent will have seven or eight teams on the alleys here Jan. 24. The a n n u a l business meeting will be held that day. DR. J.G. CRAVEN P R A C T I C E L I M I T E D TO PLATE WORK I, -STBBBT4.fi.V , 1 - - - .-., ('·MASON CITY I SIOUX assssstsjoWssssinHnss rarK^

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