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BASKETBALL Â· Â· Â· . Â« . Â· Â· Games are scheduled each Tuesday and Wednesday night between teams of the Y. M. C. A. basketball league. OUT OF THE ' PRESSBO _JÂ£XAl MITCHELL^ Congratulations DECEMBER 18 M 1933 BASKETBALL Â· * Â· Â· Â· Â« Â« Â· Â« Joliawks, Joettes scheduled to open home season at local academy floor with Rock Falls Tuesday night. FOXX WINS 1933 SLUGGING CROWN More congratulations are d u e north Iowa football playera with the naming of the all-Catholic team for the state, with Mason Cityans heavily included in the list, as well as gridders from several other academies in Mason City territory. Â» * =? Especially glad are tho local ' followers of academic sports that the Johiuvks of Mason City have been given state recognition as a championship football team. They earned their claim to the title. * * 1'roblem \i There's a queer problem facing lie officials at the University of isAva, what with crowds packing |j e huge fieldhouse for basketbatJ mes. That's the problem of keep- 'g down the dust stirred by thou- ,nds of feet from the dirt floor of Le big building. \'t ' * * * Chemicals keep Hie dust down, ibut they are tracked on to the ;bleachcrs In short order, und are very efficient at "rusttng" L-clothcs. Other schools or the ji war department may offer a "t-jj solution. Both sources arc being -y\ contacted by university men. I* pcoreboard Of course there may not have i the enthusiasm connected witn opening of Mason City's basketball season at the high school that there will be when the "bi_ james come along, but there's one i fthing that will bear criticism. I! An excellent Scoreboard Is located on tho east gymnasium wall . . . but the vistiiig team was not named on It, last Friday. Neither was the score accurate tit the last minutes of tlio final game. * * L It happened that Official Hass J:ut off several baskets by St. Ans- t-.rar, which looked to the crowd as Idiough they should be counted in ,ihe score, when he called traveling [xnd personal foul penalties. As a Ipnsequence, there were few who what the score was . . . not aw who cared, we're hoping. Wins Over "Titonka Five, 23-14 I /LONEROCK, Dec. IS.--With only ''1 boys eligible for basketball, JVonerock defeated a powerful Ti! jnka quintet by a score of 23 to I A. Lonerock is now tied for first I face with Ledyard and Fenton in I .je North Kdssuth conference. i This makes four victories out of we starts for Lonerock. The Lone-, l/)ck seconds lost by a score of '14 M i l l . ; '.uverne High Divides Games With Whittemore 'LUVERNE, Dec. IS.--Luveme gh divided honors In a twin bill ;re Friday evening with invading "hittemore teams. The Whittemore rls defeated the local girls 19 to i but the local boys defeated the jitors 29 to 23. The local pep band ayed as a special feature between lives. ,\est Union Splits in . | Contests With Decorah WEST UNION, Dec. 18.--West tion high school basketball team n from Decorah Friday night, 23 19. Second teams from both towns \yed a preliminary game, Decorah liking away with the honors, 2T li. anly, Rockford Set Cage Game Day Early VIANL.Y, Dec. IS. -- The Manly (h school and Rockford .nasket- 1 game which was to have been yed Tuesday, will he played nday night at Rockford. Both inly and Rockford were de- ted Friday; Rockford lost to jtg-e.and Manly lost to Grafton. jnmetsburg Quints in Win and Loss at Home EMMETSBURG, Dec. 18.-- Em- jtsburg Junior college nosed out nctory over Webster City, 30-22 a cage contest here, with the ilf score standing 12-11 in Em- fttshurg's favor. A brilliant pass,V game by the local quintet nched the victory over the heavl- l v Webster City team in the last ; w minutes of play. Long of Em- ^.tsburg made 20 points for the jme team, while Schroeder nc- Vmtod for 8 for the visitors. \aettinger high cnished an inex- ^flenced Emmetshurg high team fll In the opening game. I I ' HUNTING HOURS pj. Hunting hours In lown run ['; 'Om onc-hnlf hour before sunrise I' / snnset. Official sunrise and f jinsct times for TtJESDAV :38 a. m. 1:45 p. m. LOWEST FIGURES OF 25 YEARS SET BY LEAGUE'S ACE .356 Good Enough to Win for Past Season by Margin of 20 Points. CHICAGO, Dec. IS. JP--The sheriff got moat of his stars, but Connie Mack will have the American league's batting champion, husky Jimmy Foxx, still with him when he starts rebuilding the Philadelphia Athletics next spring. The official batting averages of the younger of the major leagues show that the first baseman made off with the 1933 title with an average of .356. The figure was the lowest since Ty Cobb of Detroit, won with .308, 25 years ago, but it was plenty good enough to shade the next man, Heinie Manush of Washington, by an even 20 points. AVins Homerun Title. Foxx again won the homerun title with 48 roundtrip blows, and for the second straight year, amassed more than 400 in total bases. He had 403 35 less than in 1932. In addition, he was responsible for the major share of outstanding batting performances. He hit three' homÂ»runs in successive times at bat on Juno S, and the day before, made one on his last time at bat, for four in a row. On two occasions he hammered out four extra base hits in one game, to tic the league record, and set a new mark by driving In nine runs in one game against Cleveland on Aug. 14. Five times he clubbed in five runs in a game, and cm another day sent in seven. Manush Hits 221, Manush hit safely in 33 straight, games and had the prize collection of hits, 221. Lou Gehrig, the Yankee first baseman, increased his string of playing days to 1,350 and led the scorers with 138 runs. Two base hit honors went to Joe Cronin, the champion Senators' manager, with 45, and Manual! led In triples with 17. Ben Chapman was the top base stealer for the second straight year, with 27, and Mule Haas of the Chicago White Sox, had the most sacrifices, 30. Sam West of St. Louis, hit safely in six consecutive times at bat April 13 against Chicago, and Bob Johnson, young Philadelphia outfielder, scored five times against St. Louis Aug 25, to equal a league record. West also made four extra base hits, a double, two triples and a home- run, against Chicago on Aug. 5. Gchrlg Stands Third. Gehrig' was third among the individuals with .334, and was followed in the "first ten" by Al Simmons, Chicago, .331; Charley Gehringer, Detroit, .325; Luke Appling, Chicago, Mickey Cochrane, Philadelphia, and Joe Kuelil, Washington, .322; Bill Dickey, New York, .318, and Michael (Pinky) Higgins, Philadelphia, .314. The Senators led in team batting efforts with a mark of .287, with the Athletics two points back. The eight-team average dropped off four points from the 1932 figure, .273 to .277, and 30 regulars hit .300 or better, to 25 the previous season. FIVETEMTN CAGE CONTESTS Big Six Cagers to Open in Two Schools as Fives Play Exhibitions. KANSAS CITY, Dec. 18. (/!)-With Nebraska and Oklahoma opening their basketball schedules, five teams in the Big Six conference will be represented this week in nine pro-holiday exhibition games. The Sooners, rimners-np last season, make their debut against Southern Methodist university in a two game series Tuesday and Wednesday at Norman. The Huskers take to the road, meeting Marquette at Milwaukee Wednesday; Northwestern at Evanston Thursday and De Paul at Chicago Friday. All the other teams have played nt least two games each and the only undefeated quintet so far is Kansas, the defending champion. The Jayhawkprs turned back the Kansas State Wildcats twice. Thursday they go into action against the Central Missouri State Teachers at Warr*nsburg Tonight the Wildcats are hosts to the University of Colorado cagers, who are down for five games this week in Kansas and Missouri. The next night the Wildcats appear at Omaha against Creighton, which defeated the Missouri Rivers, 28 to 24. The Tigers arc idle this wctk. The Iowa State Cyclones, who have won two games and lost one, continue their home state warfare, Meeting Drake at Des Moincs -hursday. They defeated Grinnell IS to 19 Saturday. St. Joseph's Splits Doable Cage Tilt^ttfTSt. Mary's Horse Racing, Auto Speed Classic Features of Sports World for May 'Brokers Tip' Won Big Race Preakness Star Event of Track World on Calendar. EDITOR'S NOTE--This Is the fifth of a series of 12 drawings and stories summing up the sports history of 1983, month by month. Jack SorIs will have another article, Illustrated by himself, In the next issue of the Glob--Gazette. By JACK SORDS Central I'rcss S[iorts Artist-Writer Horse racing claimed the most attention during the month of May, with three big races being run. The feature, of course, was the historic Kentucky derby at the Churchill Downs track at Lexington, Ky., May 6. Broker's Tip won by a nose from Head Play with Charley O. third. Ladysman. the favorite, ran fourth. The scene then shifted to the Pini- lico, Md., track for the forty-third running of the Preakness, May 13. Here Head Play carried off first honors with Ladysman second and Utopian third. On May 20, Mr. Khayyam won the ninth running of the Wood Memorial at the Jamaica track, New York. Meyer Sets Mark. At Indianapolis the annual Memorial Day BOO-mile automobile speed classic was won by Lou Meyer. He set a new record of 104.162 miles an hour for the race. The rest of the month was divided between boxing and baseball^ deals. They are: May 1--Kid Chocolate outpointed Johnny Fart In 10 rounds at Philadelphia. May 3--King Levin sky knocked out Charley Retzlaff in the first round at Chicago. May 9--In a deal with the St. Louis Browns, the Boston Red Sox obtained Catcher Rick Ferrel) and Pitcher Lloyd Brown for Catcher Marvin Shea and $50,000. May 12--The Boston Red Sox bought George Pipgras, pitcher, and Bill Werber, infielder, from the New York Yankees. Sox Buy Outfielder. May 15--The Boston Red Sox bought Allan Cooke, outfielder, from Newark. May IB--Lou Brouillai'd, beat Sammy Slaughter in 10 rounds nt Boston. May 10--Kid Chocolate defeated Seaman Watson of England in a 15-round featherweight championship bout in New York. May 21--Tony Canzoneri, world lightweight champion, recaptured the junior welterweight title he lost In January, 1932, by defeating Battling Shaw in 10 rounds at New Orleans. May 28--Jimmy McLarnin knocked out Young Corbett in the first round to win the welterweight championship at Los Angeles. First Shoot Held on New Setup for Traps Top scorers in the Sunday prize shoot held near the Ideal Sand and Gravel pits on the Plymouth road included the following: Brycc Thoma-s, John MacDonald, Chris Paulus, Larry Skauge and Ben Ehrlisch. Other high guns were George Tatum, A. Boyd Arnold, Earl McGowan, Dr. H. K. Jones, Pete Karamitros and G. E. Andrews. The shoot was the first held on the new setup of the local traps and was well attended. Another special prize event will be held next Sunday. Dows Teams Win in Both Games of Bill DOWS, Dec. 18.--The Woolstock boys and girls high school basketball teams played Dows teams here Friday evening. Dows teams won both games. The score for the boys was Dows 8, Woolstock 5. The Dows' girls won with a score of 16-6, but the teams seemed pretty well matched, the scores being fairly even till the latter part of the game. Vanus Johnson, Osage, Given Harrier Award OSAGE, Dec. 18.--Vanus Johnson, an Osage athlete, has just received an award at Cornell college, where he has made an outstanding record on the cross country team doing his bit toward helping Cornell win the midwest championship. KID O40MATE. VtoJ PfiflAl 5VÂ«AMWATsari OF edeudp M A iff-axwo FEAWeRUleisMT OtAUPICA]- sjlrp Bait id MEV/ YORK. yUA.y 19 ': (idDIAUAFbUS AUTOMOBILE RACE Se-nv*j me. RECOP* AT Â£S( Local Botvlers Vie for Honors in Sunday Play 623, 254 Are Marks Set by Keglers in Games. SUNDAY WINNERS Two Games Pnbst BluB Ribbon, GIole-Gn- zettc, Northern Oilers, HenUel's Heady-Mix, Miller's High Life, Gallagher's Ponliara, Goodyears, Lyons Cleaners, Stod- dnrd Stone Products. Three Games. Betsy ttoss. All teams in the Mason City Bowling league competed Sunday afternoon and evening, with high individual marks being set by M. Kaufman of the Tyler-Ryan furniture team, and John Strom of the Henlrel's Ready-Mix bowlers. Each rolled 623 as high three game total, with Strom turning in a 2-56 as high single and Kaufman getting a 254. Averages were as follows: .1. Evcrs W. MeVlkcr . K. JinT'. .."*.. E. Clausen .., Actual r-lrvq Handicap . . Total 1'lns .. CO. , 4o7 . -m . 401 BETSY BOSS '1. llcrry Â« (i. KrntnvIC fi IV. tVhlh! . . . J. Humphrey V. Morphevv . Actual Fin* Handicap 801 557 . . 2 M B Tolnl rim PA11ST n. n. Wnljke A. EtirjiKR . II. Hnn...n A. Hanwn i. Itell IlinilON 6311 425 494 SOI r.oi Actual Tins llnmllcnp .. -255U . 1X6 A. M. S( C. lllstmp C. .SniHik ! Actual J'lni* Itiiiullcnn . . 557 . 4R4 Total Tins TYI.KII-HVA.V P. I'etcrsnn . . \V. Tyler . ' . . ' .M. Kaufman . T. Jolmnnn . . A c t u a l I'lns Handicap .. Totnl r i n n .. J I.I ;M KRS 0 F,. Tlnntfln .. W. Hick* J. Ilunrnn ... W. Gamble . . A c t u a l Finn H a n d i c a p HI!! 407 51)4 LYONS OI,1 Â« . LITOU . R. I.ynnfi . 0. Here . '. '. '. Lynns .. A c t u a l I'ln Handicap Q. . 47S . 4GS . nnn I'A FIST II. HI 11. W i . l s k p ... A. Iir:i s e II. llmurii . ., A. H n n n r n . .. .1. Hell A c t u a l 1'lnn Handicap . . 477 . 54Z .2.54(5 1 4 1 Ml nui .370.1 Tntnl fins WACJNER .Slnschi-re I-'. W n l t r r s ... B. K n c r h r r . .. V n u n ^ p r m n n ,. A c t u a l l'Jn Handicap . . STtrnKRAKF.R Pnlilw H l v r d a h l . to. 493 ir.Olll'--G.\7.i:TTK 477 5GG . (108 . 501 SIX .125 I.. \V. M c t l n n l f y . K, rnncll . , , T. Cnllnton . . n, Ounnlil Actiml T i n TM H n n d l c n p Total I'lnÂ« .. JOE DAMF.I.S R. Theism M7 F. Knhlnsnn . . . . r,Q.\ Â«'. Whitney . . . . S7I Thnui . Itcnrfcc Actual Fin Handicap OH:! 130 ..SOSB ... H I R. .InhttMin S. Mnulcskc Admit 1'ins Handicap Total Fins 2117 Total f l n i J012 (I.M.r.Ar.lIEIl'S K. Jn 0. EKBCrt F.. Junes . R. Stevens 1. K l l t m l Hnnillcnp Total Fins . . MII.I.KR'S H. f. \\nll I.. Dnvpy .... -S. K L I l ^ . . r,. \\nlnh . .. . O. Collins A c t u a l I'lnx Uiimtlcap .. tta 124 Â·inn 453 .24211 . 302 .SCHMIDT'S C. (!. K. .Schitililt J.1J II. Ilamljcr 4(11 I). HIIMI W. H.nvard IV. Slmnr . W. \Vf)pr , . 1211 251 444 52(1 A c t u a l f i n s Handicap . . 2i7K Total Tins . 445 . 504 . AIM . 505 -25HO . 153 II. I I . V V E V Jt -I. nnnlirl I.. Hivcrsy . . . f.. Avery \V. Oilrll A. A d a n i K A c t u a l T i n * H a n d i c a p .. .21:13 Total 1'lns A r l i m l I'la Hamilton . Ji2S . nni . 4m .2ini . I 17 HENKi:r.S K. f. Mvnfford . 1.. VUlt-OK . . . T. Knimlmlz . .1. Slrnm . ., . R. Hey A c t u a l r l n n Hitaillc-np . 2571 Total I'lns N. OI1.KRS fr. r.t-e cno H. Matter n i l H. 1'nsch 555 StinilCTcaard . . . . 542 I'. IJtincnn 5f!4 Actual I'lnj . .21H1 Handicap . . . . 1112 A. Hccftrd . . . . K. Ilynn M. lillcy .... ritinilcrnon ... ft. Krall Actual Tins HanriTcnp . . SON . 483 . 43.1 474 .24HH . 213 JIIX . . 533 .. 57H .. 510 . . (H3 . . 50H . . 2 7 0 1 452 . 4ns JOHAWKS WIN IN EXTRA SESSIONS, JOETTES IN LOSS Kelly, Wolfe Score to Sef Margin of Victory as Ryan Leads Totals. The Johawks of Mason City defeated St. Mary's of Waterloo Sunday evening at the latter school, the game going two overtime periods and ending with a 21 to IB margin for the local cagers. No scoring was done by cither team in the first overtime se.ssion, but Kelly broke the ice with !lp (roc throw and Wolfe added n basket, while Poole was taking a free try, in the second extra period, to set up the winning margin. The Joettes lost by 33 to 30 in the opening game of the evening, being tied with the St. Mary's girls in the third period after trailing 1 at the half. Jensen led the scoring with eight baskets and a free throw. Murphy looked the best on the floor for the boys' game, although Ryan led the scoring with five baskets and a free throw. The Joliawks and Joettes are scheduled to play Rock Falls at the St. Joseph's gymnasium Tuesday night. The Joettes will open the evening's contests at 7 o'clock. The score: IO1IAWKS-- 3 NYls.ni KMlj t I 11 -i ST. JIA11VS--1! IK rt I'tlrlJcr f .Snlnlnrk f K u r t l i f I'l.l.l.- I Â·\nyrv r l l n u r k m M i lllliluk K SclimUU f Sunday School Teams in Games at Y.M.C.A. Scores of Saturday games played at the Y. M. C. A. in the Sunday school basketball league were as follows: Midgets--Trinity Lutheran 13, Church of Christ 5: Methodist 11, Catholic 5; junior--First M. E. 12, Baptist 14; Trinity Lutheran 10, Olivet M. E. 8; Catholic 12, Evangelical 18; Church of Christ 15, Congos 0. Intermediate---Church of Clirisl 12, Congos 9; Trinity Lutheran 4, Episcopal 10; First M. E 13, Presbyterian 32; Baptist 7, Olivet M. E. 4; senior--Church of Christ 34, Union Memorial 10; the Methodist seinors won by 16 to 12. Geneva Splits Twin Basketball Contest GENEVA, Dec. 18.--Geneva boys were defeated 13 t j 20 by Allison Friday night. The. Geneva girls won 20 to 10. Lake Mills Cagers in Victory on Court 22-17 , . ' . defeated Northwood 22-17 i : , the first conference game of the season, played here Friday night. Roger Severson, guard was high point man. Minnesota Lake Wins in Game With Kiestcr KIESTER, Minn.. Dec 18,--The local boys' Imsketlmll team succumbed ir the Minnesota Lake team 9-10. .Â·*. S A T I I K D A V NIGHT'S SKItTKN WHA.VKK S1OI1I1A RHS nns Kliokn. '. 4nÂ« Tnj-lrtr (i:iZ K n d c l l f f p 418 Artllnl Pins , . 2 1 4 n StortilnrrT .1. loc A r l n n l fins Hnndlcaii .212!) . z-a Totnl I'lm 2B07 Total Plm Waverly Fight Card Sponsored by Legion WAVERLY, Dec. 18.--Don Larkin of New Hampton. Envin Judas and Elmer Spier of Rcndlyn, and Jaclc Spratt of Waterloo are listed as possible headliners for the American Legion boxing show set for Thursday night, Dec. 28, in the Legion hall. Billy Thompson, Waterloo fighter, popular for hfs work in tights here two years ago, is matchmaker. Dr. P. R. Sparks and Jack Deinema are the boxing committee for the local post. ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON MARKET PAGE Carpenter Wins From Olranto High Cagers CARPENTER, Dec. IS.--Cjir- pcntei- high school defeated Otranto high Friday night at Otranto 26 to J O . Graf ton, Manly Split in Basketball Contest GRAFTON. Dec. .IS.--The high school boys' basketball team defeated Manly high 2T to 11. Rap- path for Grnfton played stellar basketball while Baumann and Hack- bnrt of Grafton were high point man. In the girls' game Manly defeated Grafton 31 to 6. Hess of Manly ivns high with Uelcer of Grafton. Crystal Lake Winner in Basketball, 31-29 CRYSTAL LAKE, Dec .18 -Crystal Lake high defeated Corwith high Friday night on the local floor 31 to 20 in a Seven Eagle conference gvirne. The Lakers led fit the half 18 to 13, but during the f i n a l periods the locals were pushed to maintain Ihcir lead. Rogencss n.nd Sorenson led tlie scoring for Crystal Lake with and 7 points respectively. Chambers, Corwith ace, was the scoring star of the game with 19 points. In the game between the "B sqund, Crystal Lake edged out thsi: opponents 31 to 27, Five Local Boys Named on All-Academy Squads; Johawks Top State List North lowans Named on. Two Elevens, Honorable- Mention List Chosen for Catholic Schools Through Iowa. L. K. lj. T. L. G. C. It. Ci. H. T. jj. i:. Q. is. i.. n. K. ir. ALL-STATE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL TEAM FIKST TEAM 1'orter, Columbia, Dubuquo - - - - - - - Kynn, S t . Joscuh's, Mnson C'ty - . - . . . Born, Corpus Chrlstl, Fort Iod;cÂ« - Kmnnucl, St. 1'ulrlek's, loivu f'it.v - - . SIcCoy, St. Mary's, Emmetshurjc - MaioiiL', Di's Molncs Academy - - - - _ . 1'tircell, St. Ambrose, Dnvcnport - - . Huarity, St. .Joseph's, Mason City - Ohelrlch, St. Ambrose, Davenport - - Streff, Columbia, Dubimo - - . - - . . Nash, Trinity Academy, Sioux City* - - , SECOND TEAM Jennings, "St. Mary's, Einmetsimrg - . . . . UoL'iisrliled, S t . Ambrose, Davenport - - . . . liattaiil, Assumption, Granger - - - - _ . Keller, Columbia, Dubiique - - - - - - . Ciasxaway, St. Joseph's, Mnson City - N'ngy, Sacred Heart, Ochvcin - - . - - . Costcllo, Trinity, Sioux Clly . . . . . . Kcllcy, S t . Cecelia, Algona . . . . . . iMii7.7.!d(ti, Sacred Ht-urt, Ochvcin . . . . . McCarthy, Corpus Christ!, Fort ]udgi - Butlali, St. Mary's, Waterloo Honorable Mention--Rc.ftL'rilchnRr, St C'cpclltiN aiiau ? h, H,,ly Family, Mason City; Wolfe,'St. Joseph's,'~MnKoVi Citv: IligRins Irinlty, Sioux City; Kcnilcr, Assumption, Crcsco; O'Connor, St. Ambrose, Dnvenpnrl; JJarrett, SI. flliiry's, Clinton. L. E. L. T. TJ (.1 C. It. G. K. T. It. E. Q. J5. L. H. K. II. F. 15. sVlgonn; G'av- Five Mnson City gridders joined the select circle of all-state players as they were named to the 1933 All-State Catholic football team in a consensus by the Iowa Catholic High School association. Ryan and Hcarity, of Mason City's Johawks, were chosen left tackle and quarterback of the first eleven in the selections, and Gassaway, their teammate, was named at right guard on the second team. Cavanaugh of Holy Family and Wolfe of the' Johwks, included in tho honorable mention list, complete the honored. St. Mary's roster of local gridders of Emmctsburg included McCoy and Jennings in the first and second team lineups, and two other north Iowa schools each named two gridders. Kclley and Besteniehner, both of St. Cecilia's in Algonsi, nnd Nagy and Mazzolti, both of Sacred Heart n.1 Oclwcin, were chosen, Zemii'r In 1.1st. lender of Assumption at Crcsco was another north lownn included In the honor li.st. While there to proclaim a iH no definite move state champion, St. Joseph's of Mason City seems to have a better hold on the crown than any other team. Coach Carl Lasli's team emerged w i t h seven consecutive victories, no defeats and with its goal line crossed only once; Sacred Heart of Oel- woin came close to winning 1 but missed, 7 to G. Manly, St. Mary's of Emmelsbiirg, Immaculate Conception of Charles City, Sacred Heart of Oelwcin, SI.. Cecelia's of Algona, Holy Family of Mason City and Corpus Christ! of Fort Dodge were the schools defeated by St. Joseph's. Other Catholic schools in the state also boast of good records. There is Trinity Academy of Sioux- City, for instance, which came through an eight-game schedule with six victories, one tie and one defeat, including in the list two inter-state contests. Four of the players on the Trinity team were picked on the all-City mythical eleven. iiist Olio Loss. St. Ambrose academy of Davenport, with the Rev. William O'Connor, former college gridiron luminary, enjoying his firsl year of coaching, swept through a hard schedule, losing only ono game. That was to the strong Clinton high team. Numbered among tlie victims were Des Molne.s Catholic academy Mary's of Clinton and St. Jo- St. seph's of Rock Island, The Littla Saints and Columbia academy played a scoreless tie at Davenport. Columbia turned out a typical eleven, a hard-fighting aggregation which maintained the reputation oC the Dubuque school. The little Du- hawks, with Coach Crctxmoyer again at the helm, produced several stellar players who proved to be bad medicine to all'opponents: Corpus Christ! of Fort Dodge had an eight-game schedule, winning five tieing one and losing two. They nosed out St. Mary's of Emmet.shiirg- and Holy Family of Mason City but were topped by St. Joseph's, Mason City and St. Cecelia's, Algona. St. Mary's of Waterloo had a ,SO() season, winning; three and losing as many while Sacred Heart of Oel- wcin triumphed over St. Mary's of Waterloo, Holy Family, Ma.son City, and Assumption of Cresco, but lo.'it to Columbia academy, St. Joseph's, Mason City, nnd Sumiicr high. Assumption of Cresco did not fare so well this year, but managed, to end tho Kcn.son with three defeats, two wins and a tic. Slumped at Finish. At St. Cecelia's, Algona. Coach A r t h u r Nordstrom put a team on the field which started out we'll, h u e which bumped into hard going ;u the Hanson came to end. A f t e r la,:- ing Immaculate Conception of Charles City, Holy Family, Miis-u City, and Corpus Ciiristi. Fort Dodge, St. Cecelia's lost to St. Joseph's, Mason City, and St. Mary's, Emmctshurg. The Rev. J. Aldei-a harl an iitms- ual Kea.son at Dos Moines Catholic: Academy. While the win and lo.Â«u column does not give him n. high rating, it must be admitted mat Ilia team played one of the toughest, schedules in the state. Tlie ni.-ijur- ity of games was with Non-CaUiolir. high schools. The crucial defeat of tlie year came at tJie hands of .St. Ambrose Academy late in the year. Holy Family at Mason City chalked up two winx anil then liad to gaze upon five detents before tha bonks were closed for the season. This team bad no wcnlc aiatsm oÂ« the schedule. The all-state teams, pic!c..-il hy coachns, officials, and atbli-'tic iii- rcctors throughout lown, are '.velN balanced. While it may he tho ens Â·, as in all mythical selections, tliui some good boys worn overlooked, nevertheless these dream tTMm.i c n n compare very well with any ev:i' C T t i r n to M u r i e l I ' n a c i W R E S T L I N G December 21 Mason City Armory THURSDAY NIGHT, 8:30 llematched by T'opulur Kct|iii\st! liATTi.K OK ll.ATTLES: Two H i t t e r Itivnl.s: ( I Hour M^iln~KvrntT "nOUGHHOUSE" "GENTLEMAN" JOE COX vs JACK HADER Clevcliind, Ohio, 220 IJ)S. Kansas Ci(y, Mo., 210 Mjs. ( S K M I W I N D I J P ) EARL WAMPLER vs. HANS GRABER "Riibliit-pmit'liRr," 20H Ibs. Gcrniim Oalt, 220 Ibs. Inclurllng Frunkii- T-'renoh, Jc-Ksen TICKKTS Now! I ' n l t o d 'iK:ir Store. Admission -JOi- anil r"c. Lntljt-s l.'UKK, n n v Kfni, \vitli escort.