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Belmond Puts Mark to 22-1 ^Broncos Beat Franklin to Cop District Title IOWA PALLS -- The Uclmoml Broncos, boasting the best record in class A basketball of ;my team In the North Iowa area, defeated Franklin Consolidated OG-42 here Friday night to win the district championship. The victory was the 22ml in 23 games for coach Jim C r i m m i n g s 1 team. Uelmond went into the last quarter with a U-point edge with the score 43-34 but the Broncos outscored Franklin 2.3-8 in the last period to make a walkaway of the 'game. LeRoy Smith was the scoring star for the winners with 20 points. Milo and Gary lYluhlen- bruck each hit 15 for the losers. The boxscorc; Fertile, New Hampton Win District Crowns K H A N K I . I . V -- I'! ('.. . M u l i l r n l i r n c k M. M u h k - i i b r u r k llykrn TOTALS 1 J K 1 . . M O N D -- (ill llusipcl I. o a t * Smith r. arson M c h l ---- . TOTALS Scorr? by q u a r t e r s : I ' H A N K I . I S Tf :; fg I 10 11 17 IX I'f ;i I I :; \ t : t :n *'r*c throw* i n l v s r d : l l e l m n n d 1.1. Frank tin I K . Glacial*: I l . i r l m u i i , K I s l a R e r and Uulrui Boys Cage District Scores Imllinoli fed a Oein-cii AT A D H L A -- W e s t DCS Moiiied V a l l c j 49. AT A T L A S - T I C A -- A l l a n l l c 17. l l a r i a n :'.». AT iJUKf.f.N'aTG.V B -- W l n f l e l U C.I. M o r o l i i K K u n 5X A A -- K e o k u k 151), Fort Madison IX. AT C'KIJAK K A I ' I U S A A -- C e d a r KaplcH f r a n k l i n .'7, iUpldn l l o o j e v c l t 10. AT CLINTO.V A -- D e W l t l I'i, Clinton I,)-UIIK to. AT O A K N A V I I . L O B--C»»e»le St. .Martin* US, Sacred Heart .Mi. AT RAILS'Ell A--Fatal City (W. ( l a r n c r 57. AT I I O L S T K I N A--Cherokee 59, Sac Cily :0 ( o v l . ) . AT I O W A CITV A--Marlon S I , Cedar llaplcU I m m a c u l a t e Conception -ID. A A -- M u a o j l l n e Bit, Iowa Cltf (0. AT IOWA FALLS A--Helm mid (Hi, Franklin Cons. L a l l m e r Coulter 13. AT J E F F E I I S O N It--ftlppej jVfi, H a r c o u r t 17. A--Carroll 6.1, Olidden .10. AT L K G U A N l ; B--Dtnsd.ile ~'l, I.aurrl I K . AT M A S O N CITY K -- F e r t i l e r,(, S h e f f i e l d -11. A -- N e w Hampton 11, M a n n i i City Holy 1'amlly ,Mt, AT M O O N H E A D B-- Moorhcad art. Charter Oak HI. AT M O U N T - A VK A--Mount Ayr as, IteuTnrtl 15. * AT N K W T O N B--Lj-nnrllle 18, SuJly 3.1. A--Orlnnell G l . K n o x v l l l e H . AT OTTUMWA. B--Cedar SO, Melrose -IH. A-- A l b l a TO, lllcmmfield SIT. AT r O C A I I O N T A S A -- I ' o c a l i n n l a i Ml. Storm L a k e 18. AT P O S T V I L L K A--r-oilvlllc 73. Mnnmia fi'.t. A T R K D O A K A -- R e d O»k 57. Cornlni n. AT S I O U X CITV 15--Maurice fit. I.cMurs G c h l e n .W. A--Sltmr Center S2, Sioux City Leeds 4 1 . AT SPENCER H--Hodman. M, Kinmetnburjj; Catholic 18. A--I'lullhm 7(1, Spencer M. AT WASHINGTON* A-- H u r l l n t t i m Catholic 5K, .Mount I'leas ant ft!. AT WATERLOO A -- I n d e p e n d e n c e -10, M a n c h e s t e r S - J. AA--Cellar Falls .W, Chtrles C i t y I'i. AT W A V E R L Y A--Waverly ,V. S t r a w b e r r y I'olnt 17. AT W H E A T I . A N D n -- W h e a t l a n d 711, · Wcltnn B l . Sheffield Loses 60-42, While Chicks Beat Maroons 74-56 By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor Fertile defeated Sheffield 00-42 to cop the class B crown and'New'Hampton downed Holy Family of Mason City 74-5(i for the class A championship in the district championship games Friday night at Roosevelt Fieldhouse before an estimated 2,000 i'ans. The big margins of victories'for each' club came as surprises. New Hampton, beaten seven times previously t h i s season, put out with its second impressive performance of the tourney following an opening round 79-60 t r i u m p h over Greene Coach Jack Wishmeier's club put on a shooting demonstra- M:W H A M fl O N -- 7 1 K r a m u r . , . tion in the third period which would be difficult to match under any circumstances. Holy Family finished on top at __ the end of the first quarter 13-li.hJiiex '..'.','.'.'.'.'.'. The score was knotted five times!"i'" lt 7 in the second period but the Chicks ;»!" ".'.'.".'.'.'.'. went in front 20-23 at intermission. 1 "' e Then came the wild third period. The Boxscores NEW F I R S T T H I R D ITS' HAMPTON M A D E EIGHT SHOTS IN VHE\HTM QUARTER A N D FIN-!?.' rh " 1SIIED WITH 25 POINTS FOR THE'LanMo PERIOD liY CONNECTING ON 12 li " h » hs OF 18 TRIES FROM THE FIELD. 15 Poinis in 6 Minutes TOTALS . . . ' H O I . V I A . M I I . V --,-,1; in Ft (I rt i i i i i (i a 10 Cincinnati Knocks Off Duquesne By TIM MORIARTY NEW YORK (UP)-nuquesnc's dazed Dukes, knocked from the unbeaten ranks by an aroused Cincinnati team, anticipated more trouble Saturday night when they continue their invasion of the Ohio badlands against Dayton University. ; Top-ranked in the United Press ratings and already hailed as the team to beat in the National Invitation Tournament, [he high-flying si}!Dukes suffered their first defeat Feb. 27, ._. .. 1«4 9 City G l o b c - O a i c l l c , Mmon Clljr, U. Forest City Beats Garner; In Sub-State Reserves Spark 65-57 Victory B- BILL WEBB GARNER -- A reserve guard, John Peterson, dumped in 13 points in the second haif Friday night to send Forest City into sub-slate play with a 65-57 victory over Garner. The Indians did it the hard way. Coach Norm Jespcrson's team trailed the first three quarters and in the third stanza stellar Forward John Osbrink and Guard Bennio Hiekcna, fouled out. Thirty seconds had elapsed in the second half 23 games Friday ;ii»hl w h e n j w n c n ' Kickena ' c o m m i t t e d his fifth ey were handed a GG-52 .spankingi f c n i i - Osbrink, who had four fouls in _{by C i n c i n n a t i . - j l h e first half, sat on the bench SJarf of Wild Weekend , m o s t ' o f the third quarter. With was a wild start to college' l n r c e minutes and thirty seconds final weekend of l h e M c f l Jcspcrson put him in. Thirty T O T A L S T , , , , , . i.S'KW IIA.MI-'IO.S* i'rank: Laley, 0o pounds andl"ti.y FAMILY CD . 11 Oklahoma Gity Overcomes Drake in Fourth Quarter DES M01NES (UP) --Oklahoma City came from behind a 3-poinl deficit in the last, period to overcome Drake, 55-50, Friday night In a non - conference basketball game. Arnie Short, the nation's fourth- ranking scorer, poured in 13 points in the fourth period to pull the game out of the fire for the Chiefs. Drake's Bulldogs, trailing through the first half, took a 30-36 lead at the third period stop. Short, who had been held to 11 points in the first three periods, dropped in five straight points early in the fourth period to turn the tide. The 6-foot-3-inch guard, who had a 28-point game average before Friday night, ran his total to 24 despite the l i g h t guarding of Drake's .Terry Olmsted. OCU look a 14-6 first period lead after keeping the Bulldogs from scoring a field goal in the opening 11 minutes. Drake, paced by little Gus Clinch's 39 poinLs, cut the margin to 26-21 at half-time. Willie Cerf connected on a free throw to put Drake within 1 point of the leaders, 41-40, in the final period but; the Chiefs managed to stay ahead the rest of the way. The victory gave Oklahoma City a 19-6 season record. Drake has won 13 and lost 13. standing 6-4, was held to only ^ourj./^f lt ^ ir j i14 ' snr TM jl ^« (d;/l « rei j m ' points the first half. But in less than!"'officials:" i.iciitj! iYhum'and six minutes of the third quarter he' FKI{TIII .._ w . stuffed 15 points through the nets.ii'iicr.,on' .'!' f That splurge was enough to m him high point player in the game, 2G, and all of the New Hampton, starters scored in double figures, the same pattern which was used · 1 i? I H jjjbasketfjair.s Irregular season, which also fca-( seconds later Osbrink fouled Daryl --' '- ' ' Jass. Benches R e g u l a r s Jesperson benched regular Center Doug Schmidt and Guard Jcr- lost of the second saw action only in line lasi two minutes of play and \l £, | | f j ·"· - - . - . . . , i , iii\,i* U1S)\J I V - i.l~ ,n a lojlured another record-breaking per_ _ Jjformance by Furman's Frank Sel( i 1 ". /'" Vy and K a n s a s ' GG - 55 upset victory ·in . s i 7, over the Oklahoma Aggies.-But it ·t:i i-i_ nii was Duquesne's that caused the (against Greene. Holy Family was hitting well, J e n k i n s I.ulher L u t h e r . . . . TOTA LS . S H K F F I K L D U. I'eler V, S'ettr too, in the third as the Maroons collected 19 points. But it didn'tif, u l | l v * n · help much because the Chicks fin- .Voi'tT".. ished the period with a 51-42 edge. "££',",, Just to settle all arguments, Ne\v|swan«"n ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Hampton made 23 more points in Mo:hle the last quarter which was good for an 18-point victory margin. Only Five Fouls Despite the lopsided win, New 0 Hampton had only three more fieldgoals in the game than the Maroons. The difference in fouls was large. The Chicks were charged 'with only one foul in the first half and only five in the game, one on each starter. New Hampton collected 1G free throws off 16 Holy Family fouls while the losers made only four free throws in the game. Herman Zirbel .was the leading scorer for the Maroons with 15 points. A rather amazing feature TOTALS IS -Sciij-f b y q u a r t e r s : l l F K R T I I . E J l l S H E F F I E L D !) t (I ;i i u o it IT 411 season at P U s b u r h R Cinc^aVwas^o! U a i m ost 50 per cent of its :from the floor, while \ h c ( 'ihad only a 29 per cent m a r k command of ! t h e game in the middle of the and at one time held i" th ° Sec ° nd pcdod l^Th VCr C -,l ed , hl0 ^ h a l f - I h e n - with the re,!| The. BcarTatT a so wc« strong) fiesta Forest City tied it up six ;: on defense, limiting forward Dick '"?!? '? l ^ ^cond half and then ·"*" " to 14 points and nnn!" m th . c last threc minutes, mainly Tucker to 11. wyman led Cincinnati of with Free I'eter :: J e n k i n s r. t h r o w s missed: D. Peter. C. N o l l e , B r o w n I, 1'ederson, B r u e , I.ar. Lutlier. o r r i c i a K : H h u m , L l c h t y a n d I l i u g e n . More Class A Favorites Stub Toes More Class A favorites stubbed that even after the Chicks haditheir toes in the annual scramble moved out to the f i n a l margin. Peterson hit five straight shots Selvy Dunks SO j and handled himself like a veteran. Selvy, playing his final regular , rh C rescrve S uard fi ot plenty of season game with Furman, dunked in 50 points in leading his mates to a 105-91 victory over Davidson. The Corbin, Ky., senior also accounted for his 22nd national scoring record as he converted eight free throws to boost his season total to 335, three more than the old of Seattle. mark set by Johnny O'Brien help regular Forward Doug eight straight shots. No. 33 under the basket is Francis Kramer, side to the ca to him is Wayne Slack No. 22 jumping: is Jim Mathahs, No. 34 in front of Utn Wilson while to rear is No. 33, Rulie Vega. New Hampton won the game 74-56 B E R R Y Machine Motor Parts ^118 South Delaware · CRANKSHAFT GRINDING · ALIGN BORING · CYLINDER BORING · VALVE RESEATING · MOTOR PARTS · RAW.CO AND HASTINGS RINGS Loathsome Terry Now Welcome in Brooklyn Camp VERO BEACH, Fla. (UP)--Letting bygones be bygones, the Dodgers Saturday readied the welcome mat for "Memphis Bill"- Tcrry- once the most loathed man in Brooklyn. Terry, ex-Giant first baseman ind manager, has accpted an invitation to visit the Dodger's train- "ng camp here as "a guest." He s sailing down here on his yacht 'rom Jacksonville, Fla., and was expected sometime Saturday, Where once the gruff, hard-bit- en Terry wouldn't give the Dodgers the right time, he now is bring- 'ng them a Negro outfield prospect 'woli over G feet, 240 pounds and vith plenty of power." It represents quite an about-face 'or Terry whose appearance at Eb- }ets Field used to be a signal for he throwing of over-r'pc tomatoes 'rom the stands. Terry always had his troubles vith the Dodgers and he reached u's greatest unpopularity in Flatbush in 1937 when he acidly inquired, "fs Brooklyn still in the eaguc." "I love to to come to Brooklyn," he once said, "because even hough the fans always give me he bird, their enthusiasm acts like a tonic to me."-, Claim Abe Sriiber, Svendsen fo Join Washington Staff SEATTLE (M-- The Times said Friday that Emmclt R. (Abe) Studer, ex-Iowa State coach, and Earl (Bud) Svendsen, an assistant at Minnesota, will become assistants on the University of Washington football coaching staff. The Times said Head Coach Tohnriy Chorberg was conferring with the two men in Minneapolis Friday and that both had told the newspaper they would bo glad to conic to Washington. BASKETBALL Cornell fiO, I t r n \ v n r:t. Sthoilc I n l a n d X'i, Provldciice 07. . Fiirmun IOS. Dnvldsnii v:i. »uke 110, Wike Knrest 81, Snulh Carolina 7D, The Cllatlel 71. Cincinnati us, Duiiuesrie M. Kansas l!fi, Okl.ilioma A A M .I. 1 ). South Dakota State Bt!, South Hakota . . . . North Dakota Stale 70, North Dakota 63. St. Olaf 7H. Ciirleton 71. r.rlnneli 7::, Ulpon SS. O k l a h o m a C l l y ,'iS, D r a k e M). CrclclitDii «H, O m a h a 01. Texaj. 07. A r k a n s a s r.7. H l c e 7U. Texas Christian li,V Snutlirrji JHclhndl.ii 'JO, Ilaylor (!S. USC 75, UCLA tat. Oregon O, Oregon Slate lifl ( t w o ovt ) California !I8. Stanford 7!l. Seattle 'M, Portland fill. llrlcham Viumc fl. W y o m i n g .|J, Colorailo AM 70. Utah liti. Idaho 71. Washington (!G. S a n t a Clara 9!t. St. Marys Calif. 71. San F r a i i r l s c o 7:!. College of Pacific 30. San Jose Stale 78, Fresno Stale S3. DeVicenzo, Palmer Tied for Lead in Mexican Tourney MEXICO CITY Lfl -- Defending champion Roberto De Vincenzo of Buenos Aires and Johnny Palmer of Charlotte, N.C., were all-square for the lead with sub par l3Ds as they teed off Saturday for the third round of the $12,200 Mexico Open Golf Tournament over the G,G79-yard Club Mexico course. De Vicenzo also won the Mexican Open in ID51. And his sensational 67 Friday fired the spectators' enthusiasm as they pulled for a Latin American to win again. The original field of 135 which slarled Thursday was whittled down to 76 amateurs and pros as all professionals with scores of 155 or over were eliminated. Definitely in the running behind De Vicenzo and Palmer were Al Bessclink of Grossingcr, N.Y., Ed Furgol of St. Louis, Juan Ncri of Mexico, and Jay Hcbcrt of Wood- mcrc, N.Y. They were just threc strokes back of the leaders, tied for second with 142, HAWK GYMNASTS LOSE MINNEAPOLIS UP) -- Iowa lost lo Minnesota - 47'A, and to Nebraska, 52-44, in a triangular- dual gymnastics meet here Friday. Minnesota also bested the Ncbrask- ans 57-39. : Waverly Wins 55-47 Against Strawberry Point WAVERLY-Waverly, a consistent power in tournament basketball, won the class A district championship here Friday night by defeating Strawberry Point 55-47. The Go- hawks held only a slim 24-21 lead at intermission. Dick Hoth, who was the defensive star as Waverly ousted a strong Grundy Center team in the first round, became the offensive leader for the winners Friday by scoring 20 points. Dick Clausen had 21 points for the losers. The victory was the 14th in 23 games for Wavcrly this season, all but two of the defeats being to class AA teams. jhit their eight straight fieldgoal attempts in the third period they held only a G-point lead with the score 42-3G. Size played an important factor in the New Hampton victory, the 16th for the Chicks in 23 games. While the losers did a creditable job off (he boards, they were simply outreached for many of the loose balls. Bob Winter and Ray Blietz, N T ew Hampton guards, played good 3oor games. The loss was the fifth for Holy Family in 27 games this season. Third Over Sheffield Fertile, a member of the state tourney field last season, remained one of the big winners in the state still in the running. The Indians had a 30-2 mark. While they posted heir third victory of the season over Sheffield, the Claydiggers gave them a good battle for three quarters of the game. Four minutes had elapsed in the :ame before Sheffield got its first! Kafafat, Kerr Named to West All-Star Team NEW YORK W - Ed Kalafat of Minnesota and John Kcrr of Illinois, two of the biggest centers in the Big Ten, Saturday Were added to the West all-'star team which will meet the East at Madison Square Garden March 27. 235 bul Kcrr is 6-9 and weighs pounds. Kalafat is only 6-6 weighs 245. They join the Indiana" trio of Bob Leonard, Charley Kraak and Dick Farley on the West team, which will he coached by Ossic Cowlcs of Minnesota. Chosen so far for the East arc Frank Selvy of Fiirman, Bob Pettit of LSU and the Kentucky contingent of Cliff Hagan, Frank Ramsey and Lou Tsioropoulos. YANKEES LOST CLOSE ONES NEW YORK Wr-The old baseball adage that the club .winning the close games usually wins the pennant didn't hold up in the Ameri- man Leaguc, in 1953, The Yankees, Who won ; their fifth straight pennant,;; played only .500 in games decided;by one run. They won 18 of these'tight contests and lost 18. leldgoal. Just before the first quarter finished, Dean Peter hit two straight baskets for Sheffield and the Claydiggers led at the end of the period 10-9. It was Center Jim Rodberg who put the Indians in front to stay. He racked up three straight fieldgoals in the second quarter to put Fertile in front 17-12. The Indians got 19 points in the second period and that was good for a 29-21 lead at intermission. Sheffield twice cut the margin to five points in the third quarter but when the period ended the Claydiggers had cut the lead by only a point with the score for sub-state basketball tournament berths Friday night. Among the losers were Storm Lake, Spencer, Indianola and Im maculate Conception of Cedar Rap ids. However, Postville, the only un beaten Class A power left, kept its !iopes alive by whippinig Monona 75-59 to make its mark 23-0. And little Dinsdale, a classy B contender, posted the longest winning streak in the state with a 7218 romp over Laurel. It was Dinsdale's 31st victory against no de- 'eats this season. Storm Lake Stumbles Storm Lake stumbled 50-48 be- 40-33. 20-9 in Last Quarter The last period was all Fertile. The Indians racked up 20 points to only nine for Sheffield in the game between the first and second place teams in the North Star Conference. Jerry Jenkins, floor general guard for Fertile, topped all scorers with 21 points and he was helped by the sound all-around play of his backcourt mate, Dave Brue. Herb Pederson, usually a high scorer for Fertile, was held to four points. Dean Peter topped the Claydig- gers with 15 points followed by Chuck Nolle with 10. During the first half, when Sheffield was giving Fertile a good run, Cecil Peter was very effective in rebounding. The loss was the sixth in 25 games for Sheffield. Fight Results By The Associated Tress NEW YORK--Lulu Perez, 126"4. Brooklyn, slopped Willie Pep, 127V4 Hartford, Conn.. 2. . / · . . ' FOUT LAUDERDAI.E, Fla. -- Billy I.auderdale, ]·», Hinlcah. Fla., and Larry MnJIca, 141, Mlnml, drew, 10. PHILADELPHIA--Frnnk Wctzcl, 14Vi. Philadelphia, stopped Chlco Corsey, 148, Chester, Pn., 6. FORT WILLIAM. Ont. -- Munro f K I d ) Gage, 175, Minneapolis, outpointed Cecil Hudson, 175, Milwaukee, 10. The first American lightweight boxing champion was Abe Hickcn. held the crown from 18B8 to 1872. 'ore Pocahonlas after the game had been tied 44-all late in the ourth period. And Indianola, co- champ of the South Central Confer ence, went to the sidelines before he charge of West Des Moines. Marion advanced at the expense if favored Immaculate'Conception 4-49. Meanwhile, Grinnell h a d : t o stall iut the last two minutes to defeat urprisingly tough Knoxville 64-62. Spencer lost to Paullina, 76-55. The mild weather may have been looked upon as a blessing for most folks. But it almost cost St. Martin's of Cascade the district title. Reserves Start- Both Sacred Heart of Oelwein and the St. Martin's team were delayed by muddy roads on the way to Garnavillo. Two hours after the game had been scheduled Oelwein was on hand and St. Martin's had enough players to start the game. But St. Martin's coach, the Rev. Cietus Haas, didn't arrive until midway in the second quarter and star player Tom Getzinger reached the tournament site at halflime. St. Martin's won 63-56. Four members of last year's title field all came through their final district tests. Mount Ayr trimmed Bedford for the third time this season 55-45. Sioux Center had to come from behind in the last four minutes to capture a 52-44 decision over Sioux City Leeds. Fertile Boosts Record Fertile boosted its record to 30-2 with a 60-42 triumph over Sheffield and Maurice knocked over Gehlen of LeMars 61-53. In Class AA, Keokuk barely escaped the challenge of Fort Madison 50-48. Muscalinc tripped Iowa City 56-40 and Cedar Rapids Franklin swept, by city rival Roosevelt 57-40. Headlining Saturday night's slender slate of 13 district finals is Davenport's clash with St. Ambrose in a double A affair. Clinton is matched with Dubuque in another AA game. The other big schools tangle in intcr-cily contests. Cedar Rapids Wilson faces McKinley, Des ;Moines Roosevelt meets Dovvling; and Waterloo East plays Waterloo West. Roland meets Ovvasa and unbeat- :n Clarence tangles with What Cheer in red hot Class B tilts. Fourth-ranked Oklahoma A M, beaten by Wichita earlier this week, looked almost as bad in bow- Glime who peppered the net for a game total of 20 points. Glime, except for the cool play of Garner Center Daryl Jass, was easily the outstanding player on the court. Glirne fought with a tiger's fury when things looked tough for the Indians in the third quarter. He tallied 15 of his points in the second half. Jass hit 21 for the game. Osbrink Has Trouble Osbrink, who usually carries the ing to Kansas. The Aggies dead- load for Forest City, had trouble locked the score at 41-all shortly getting his shots away from inside after the start of the second half but then picked up only threee points in the rest of the third period as Kansas opened a 56-44 lead. Kentucky Lone Unbeaten Third-ranked Kentucky, now the only undefeated team in the na Duquesne's down- hunting its 23rd tion fall, following will be traight victory Saturday night against Auburn. Second - ranked Indiana can clinch at least a tic for the 33;g Ten championship against Ohio State, while sixth- ranked Holy Cross can sew up an \CAA tournament berth against 'onnecticut. Notre Dame, meets Loyola of ranked Louisiana State" takes the No. 7 team, eighth- on the tight Garner zone. He netted 12 points for the evening. Garner had little trouble penetrating the Indian defense until center Daryl Jass went out via the foul route with four minutes left in the game. Then the entire Cardinal offense collapsed. It became erratic and then desperate. Forest City did most of its scoring from the outside in its third straight victory of the season over Garner. Previously the Indians had beaten the Cardinals 60-42 and 58- TOTALS .. KK--57 Mississippi State, and lOth-ranked , a u B c n La Salle collides with da'ng«rous! GI " IcrlS01 ' St. Louis. "lencrt Other major games i n c l u d e Army vs. Navy, Canisius vs. St. 3naie , Bonaventure, Harvard vs. Cornell »TMok Villanova vs. Fordham, Michigani- a r y l vs. Illinois, Michigan State vs. Iowa, Minnesota vs. Northwestern Purdue vs. Wisconsin, Penn Virginia, George Washington North Carolina St., and UCLA Southern California. 47. The boxscore: FOREST CITS'--B3 Osbrink i l i n i e chmldt t l e k e n a \rmslronff *«tcrson : 'arisen D a u p e n I'S Ft J'f Tn . . Ouane Jass Ncllsim .. . . i- g r, Ed Murphy Named Loras Grid Coach DUBUQUE UV- Ed Murphy, 32, Friday was appointed head foot- ba!i coach at Loras College, succeeding Mike Scarry who resigned ast month to become assistant coach at Washington State College. Murphy, the first alumnus to coach Loras during ils 47 years of ntercollegiate foolball, comes here from Trinity H i g h School at Bloomington, III., where he had ndefeated teams the past two years. He will take over at Loras next month. No salary was disclosed. Murphy starred on the 1947-48-49 Loras football teams. His first coaching assignment was at Calar High SfchooJ, which was un- efeated in nine games in 1950. e moved to Bloomington the next year. Blank V S . i D " B J a s s » 0 V S i TOTALS 2H 31 V S . j . Score b y q u a r t e r s : ( 1 ) C ! ) FOIIKST CITV 11 !!H 17 111 m i s s e d : Forest -l Tf I K! ;i 1 u D TV ID n 7 I:: D n u G A I I N ' K K I'rce throws Garner IX. O f f l r i a t j : Elmer S t a r r , Thayne Ileith- rnan, Don K l b c r t . :; 1-i II City Jimmie Foxx Wants Back in Baseball TAMPA, Fla."tot-- Jimmie Foxx, generally recognized as the greatest righthanded power hitter o£ modern times, is looking for a job in baseball. The slugging first baseman oE the Philadelphia Athletics and Boston Red Sox, whose 534 home runs ranked him second only to Babe Ruth, has been out of baseball for five years. He ended his active major league career with the Phillies in 1945 and managed the St. Petersburg club of the Florida International League from 1947 to I94y. "I'm anxious to get back into baseball in almost any capacity, the Maryland strong boy said at the recent baseball players' golf tournament at Tampa. "I talked with Hank Grcenberg, Cleveland general manager, recently and he said he'd let me know." TV STARS IN PERSON TUBS. M H 2 8:30 P. High School Gym SHEFFIELD, IOWA BALBO vs. GYPSY JOE MAJORS vs. WALDEK ESTES vs. DeGAULIS Sponsored t j (ho Sheffield I.loni| Clab Rinnlde 1.75 .General :J.WJ Child. 750

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