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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUAEY 29 M 1937 MATT Y_B ELL EYES IOWA U GRID OPENING OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell DO YOU KNOW? What Is the one-mile bicycle speed record? This corner ran across an article the other day . '. . by Edward .1. Storey who happens to coach at Mamaroneck, N. Y., h i g h school. YOUNGER. ATHLETES NEED SMALLER BALL Coach Storey says . . . in the Athletic Journal t h a t one real need, is finding a basketball suitable for use in junior high schools. After experimentation . . . h e writes , . . "we found the regular varsity basketball .was too large and heavy for younger athletes." So ... we developed a junior basketball and, according to Storey, i't is ideal for use by the younger and smaller boys and girls who play basketball either as an intramural sport' or as an interschool sport. * * * We'd say that the idea is swell. For no doubt youngsters in junior high school can't get their first lessons in passing a basketball, or shooting for the basket, with an ob.iect too heavy to control. Not .only heavy . . . but large, too. And starting off youngsters with a different-sized ball than they .will use later in high school nnd college, won't affect their ability to handle the larger-sized ball later. Just as in shotputting . . . -lot example. Younger athletes generally compete with an eight OL 12 pound shot, older boys with a 16 pound weight. Frequently a fellow who shows ability with the lighter weight will go on to stardom with the heavier one The same should apply to the use of different-sized basketballs One encouraging factor in finding a ball adaptable to the strength and size of youngei players is t h a t , more and bettei high school basketball players will be developed. * V ff POT "SHOTS--Having an ovcr- ___supply of.,records . . .'here are a ·lew for you: It has been estimated that 1,200,000 basketball games arc played annually. And 80,000,000 persons see these congests . . . The longest home winning streak is claimed by Carleton college, which won 64 straight . . . Bill Haarlow, Chicago ace in 1935, holds the record of consecutive free throws in a game of 19 straight . . . Bill Miller oE Michigan scored all his team's 14 points against Indiana in 1921 . . . The world's champion Negro pro team, the "Renaissance club," scored 79 straight wins in 1933. ODDS AND ENDS -- H a r r y Leavitt, Chicago, tossed in 499 successive free throws in 1935 . this season, more than ever before, colleges supplanted old basketball coaches with new ones . m a n y of the new mentors being former college stars . . . the State Teachers college at Fitchburg, Mass., with an enrollment of 380 .students . . . appoints its intercollegiate coaches from the student body to work under the supervision of H. H. Colson, director o£ athletics . . . Jimmie Needles, whose Universal Pictures won the A. A. U. championship and placed first in the Olympic trials, is back in collegiate coaching circles. He is head coach at Loyola university in Los Angeles. DID YOU KNOW? HIcNamara rode a bicycle one mile in 1:45, in Ifllfi. North Dakota State Set to Try for Top NORTH C E N T R A L STANDINGS I. Pel. TP OP !!:i rjn N'orlh Dakotx . . N. Dakota Slate Mornlngside . . . . l a w a Teachers . O m a h a U Soulh nakola . . . S. Dakota Slale i.nun i.onn i.ond .·inn .inn .nnn .noo ttr, 198 CEDAR FALLS, (JF) -- Norlh Dakota Slate will have a chance this week-end to pull even \vilh ils home state rival, North Dakota university, in the North Central conference basketball race. North Dakota State, w i n n e r of three straight games, w i l l play Omaha u n i v e r s i t y at Omaha Saturday and the Iowa State Teachers at Cedar Falls Monday, and if il, wins both contests will be all square with the Nodaks. BASKETBALL M. C. Junior College vs. Luther Reserves, 8 o'clock Tonight, Friday, Jan. 29 Preliminary 6:!5 H. S. Sophomores vs. Charles City Academy MAY GET CHECK RAISED TO TAKE POST AT IOWA U Schroeder to Return, May See Michigan State's Coach at Chicago. . IOWA CITY, ()--Matty Bel! Southern Methodist University football coach whom Iowa Athletic Director E. G. Schroeder traveled to Dallas, Te.\-., lo interview regarding the University ol Iowa vacancy, is definitely interested in the Hawkeye position. Schroeder will report this to tlie Iowa board w i t h i n the next few days following his return from Dallas Saturday, but Bell himself disclosed his interest after talking to the Iowa director. Setup Looks .Good. "I'm more interested than I t h o u g h t I'd be," Bell said at Dallas alter conversing with Schroeder. He added that the Iowa athletic setup "looked pretty good." At the same time the S. M. U. mentor declared he had not received a,definite offer from the Iowa athletic board, although he indicated that salary terms hat been discussed. It was reporlec that the proposed salary was S8,- ODO a year. Director Schroeder and Athletic Chairman C. M. Updegraff were both expected to returrn here Saturday probably together. May See Bachman. It was reported that the two Hawlccye officials would meet ir Chicago where they m i g h t possibly interview Charley Bachman Michigan State coach, Friday. Updegraff was believed to have talked with Eddie Anderson o Holy Cross in New York yesterday, after meeting Irl Tubbs of Miami university in Washington Wednesday. Observers here believed t h a t Bell was likely to be "the favorite of the favored candidates," aftei BE-GAZETTE Mason City Preps to Wrestle at Iowa Training ·" . . . . . . . ; _ - L*^ In Title Match the next meeting of board. the athletic Has Fine Record. They pointed out t h a t the Southern Methodist coach had one of the best records o£ any mentor on the so called "preferred list," and that the former No. 1 choice, Gus Dorais of Detroit, may not be interested in coming to Iowa. Dorais is said to have told the Hawkeye emissaries in Chicago Monday that he would not change positions without an -increase in his present salary of $10,000 year. TEN GAMES ON STATE DOCKET Conference Contests, Big Scrap at Arnes Center of Cage Schedule. V n l l l A V (iA.MES lliibu(]ur U. at S i i n p s i k H . IIucn.% V E s t a al Western I T n i n n . W a r l h n r r »l Wi.scau.ihi Miners. A u g M s t n n a nl C n r n e l t . SATURDAY GAMES l l u h l l q i l n nt CcntrAl. O r l r m c l l al W.isllljlur u. B r l n i l .it Cnc. St. Ambrose at ln\vx W c s l e y a n . Drake al State. DES MOINES, OP)-- Ten collegiate basketball games, with the Iowa conference race taking the spollight, will be played in Iowa this week-end. Dubuque university will meet Simpson at Indianola and Buena Vista will face its old rival, Western Union, at Le Mars in state loop battles. Simpson met an unexpected defeat by the Spartans in a recent game at Dubuque and Western Union upset Buena Visfa earlier in the season. Wartburg, a t o p - r a n k i n g team in its first season as an Iowa conference member, goes outside the circuit to play the Wisconsin Miners. Augustana of Rock Island and Cornell will play at Mt. Vernon in the fourth state game tonight. The Drake-Iowa State skirmish tops the Saturday night program. The Bulldogs romped over Iowa State, 35 to 20, at Dos Moines last Saturday, but they'll have more trouble on the Cyclone court. Grinnell opens a Missouri Valley trip against Washburn at Topeka, and Coe entertains Beloit at Cedar Rapids in a Midwest league game in two other important engagements tomorrow night. The St. Ambrose-Iowa Wcsley- an game will be the feature of the Iowa conference competition Saturday. The Saints slipped from their league lead when they lost to Columbia last week and they'll be out lo regain w i n n i n g form. Dubuque will play Central at Pella in another conference game. Luther will be host to Macalcster st Decorah in a non-conference meeting. Ralph O'Dell Kayoes Osceola Boy in Bout MARSHALLTOWN, (U P) -Ralph Harley) O'Dell, Oltumwa leavyweight aspirant, Thursday- light knocked out young Hutch ins, Osceola, in the second round of a six round bout. It was O'Dell's second appearance as a profession- il. A r i g h t uppcrcul to Ihe j a w . O'Dell's first blow in the second ·ound, floored Hulehins for t h e count. C H I C A G O. (UP)--Juke Schaeffer of Chicago, right, took a commanding 1,500 (o 1,178 point lead over Willie Hoppe of New York at the end of Ihe sixth block of llicir tcn- hlock match for the world 28.2 balkllnc billiard championship. Schaeffer won Thursday night's block, 350 to 153, rolling up Gl far a high run in IS innings. Hoppe had a high run of 3B. lowana Takes High Honor, Given Three Games by Forfeit at Alleys. Midland, Economy and Iowa Select each won two games from Tall Corn, Korn Kisl and Baby Beef, respectively, in the Decker bowling league Thursday night, lowana was handed three games by default in the same program, and rolled the high total of 2,525. Thogerson's 521 was the best series and his 204 the best single game. IOWA SELECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J i l l IIK i in 103 r.'jid ,'frd Tol. ll± ans I'Ji I s l 2ml 3rd T n l . I f M t I.VI i:iii IX.1 1:13 l:is 135 .|(!,l in:, IM J i n A c t u a l Pins H a n d i c a p Player Pclcrs A u c k "Vcu-m.i S i l l i e r Groli TALI. CORK | sl A r u t a l Pin*. H a n d i c a p Plnycrs-- mi tio I as 1.13 115 :inl Tot. Kill Mil 1 H? :i!in Idfi ».'· nnl T n l . I IS 302 1 l.i ild V Mclsh i(i« ir,i .1.1.1 A c l n a l P i n Handicap Players- Meany SyPte* A c t u a l Pir H a n d i c a p Tola! Pins ECONOMY Ut Hi: inn J3D \ l i r l Suarri Tnlal T i n s Players- reen Baker 'axlon :tsbury A c t u a l Pins Handicap . . . Total Tins . '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. lili 88 177 1,11 n- I-.1 llfi :177 lltG 14G -112 inn lure s«7 131 173 -111 2nd .Ird T n l . Ml 2m ,121 l-!f l i f t 3HII *'l IIK nnr, l:i' lftf IT.1 3rtl Tol. 187 -If.; 12r -tn.i i. 1 ! i -iir 1 1 3 J57 120 3.1D Jaysee Court Fives Tussle in Loop Meet Four Contests on Docket, Hawkeye Battles End Saturday Night. H A W K Cri: r O N I ' E R E N C K M E E T (.hminr C o l l c c r ) At K K D i c r r i l l e . T H U R S D A Y H F 5 U I . T S W e b s t r r Cil.v 3 1 : Sheldon :;!. N o r t h w e s t e r n 10: I V a l r t o r r 33. Eslhcrvlllc. :!5i C h e r o k e e 11'. F i l l D A V GAMES 1:30--Fort D o d g e vs. IVcbstrt Citj-. -i-M--Itoone vs. Kmrnetsburg. T : J n -- l i S l h t r v i l l c vs. N o r l h w e i l r r n . D:UO--Iloone or K r n m e t s b n r g vs. For Dodee rr Webster City. SATURDAY GAMES 8:110--Consolation. U:U|]--Championship. ESTHERV1LLE--Webster City Estherville and Northwestern oi Orange City advanced in the Hawkeye junior college conference tournament being held here as a result of victories Thursday. Finals of the jaysee tournament are scheduled for Saturday night. Led by prep all-stater Ralph Frank, Webster City edged out Sheldon 31 to 29 in the first game played Thursday night. Outstanding in ball-handling and floor work, Frank paced the way for his mates. Webster City consistently pierced the zone defense of Sheldon, sinking them from the side and mid-court. Sheldon had more shots, from close range, but none were as effective as Webster City's. Griffin, who made four field- goals, and Casjens, good for six fieldgoals and two free throws, were the bulwarks of a losing Sheldon attack. Northwestern's rangy team from Orange City utilised its height to outpoint Waldorf college of Forest City 40 to 33. Its "shortest 1 man, Merlin Kraai, was 6 feet I'/a inches tall, and the tallest, Scer- rcnberg, a guard, towered G feet 6 inches into the ozone. It was too much height for Waldorf to compete with, although Jerry Fox and Clarence Anderson played outstanding games in an effort to save the day for the Forest Cily- ans. Although they led by a mere 12 to 8 score at the half, EsthervilJe's Jaysees pulled away to a 35 to 19 victory over Cherokee in the f i n a l game Thursday night. Orris Warrington, who scored 12 points, and Knutson and Miller were the best cagers for Eslhervillc, while for the losing Cherokee quintet Timmins and McWilliams played superior games. CE.VTUBV (Forfeit) Cage Scores mr:ir SCHOOL Hodman l3-3fi; A y r s h i r e I M LOSES BUT ONE MEET Mason City Grappler One of Four Point Winners With Cyclone Squad. AMES--Four of the wrestlers on the Iowa Slate college team which will face Nebraska at Lincoln Saturday have each lost only one match in four meets. Lawrence Hamilton, Iowa Falls, runnerup in the 1936 Big Six meet, 126 pounder; Frank Linn, Shelby, junior 145 pounder; George Haynes, Mason City, scrappy sophomore 118 pounder, and jene Farrel, Luverne, 165 pound former state high school champion, have been defeated but once each. H a m i l t o n and Haynes lost only to their Illinois opponents, while Linn lost to Chancy of State Teachers, and Farrel to Ernest Jessup, Big Six co-champion from Kansas Stale. Royce Cox, Valley Junction, sophomore 155 pound representative, has won two and lost two; John Kirstein, Clarion, 135 pounder, and Guy Henderson, Clearficld, 175 pounder, have won one, lost two and tied one, while Al Stoecker, Mason City, heavyweight, has won-one and lost two. Thompson Cagers in Loss to Rake's Team RAKE -- Thompson's I n d e p e n dent basketball team defeated H a k e in a game h e r e Wednesday evening by a score of 35 to 31. The h i g h school second team was defeated by f Thompson l(i lo I I in a preliminary game, its first defeat in two years. Woden Independents Win Over West Bend WODEN--The Woden Independent basketball team defeated West Bend 28 to 10 on the local floor Wednesday evening. STAR AT IOAVA IOWA CITY, (IP)--Jens Norgaard, an all-state end on the Iowa Cily h i g h school f o o t b a l l t e a m last f a l l , said he w i l l e n t e r Ihe University of Jowa at t h e stnrl of the second semester, Feb. 2. Afternoon Match on Ticket, Added Contests to Be in Mai Program. r i l O R A B L E M A S O N C1TV MATCH KS I O W A T R A I N I N G '!" k « »»Her · · · Lcc\vri«hl O. Thompso ,!. T h o m i i S D i i I t u m c l i o l c *"' · · · . . . . . . . H a y l t m l »-, .......... IV.llknr IIIS - K o h l . ChriMlcnscu l l . V . R o l l . Chrlslenscn i-f, .......... J l m t i o l m i\Ki ........... 1'crkms I IT, .......... K r o w t l l.v; ........... ; Q,,i,,,, Lcakc l l v y L o v c l l TIME:' 2:31), S A T U R D A Y a f t e r n o o n . 1'LACU: Iowa T r a l n i l i c S c n o n l (Llilora) n U F E K U l i : Anderson ( C l a r i o n ) Mason City high school's wrestlers, del'eatcd twice this season, by Clarion and Fort Dodge, and winners over Eidora, Osage and Waterloo East in d u a l matches, w i l l attempt to strengthen t h e i r record Saturday afternoon in a match at Iowa Training School of Eidora. The contest is scheduled for 2:30 in the afternoon, and the Mohawks will leave Mason Cily at 11:30 Saturday morning. The same lineup that Coach Howard Barker has sent against Mason City's last three opponents, with the probable exception of a change in Ihe 165 pound class, will be ready for Saturday afternoon. L,es Boyce will probably be the choice against the Trainers in that division, replacing Tom Galios. Additional exhibition matches will likely be arranged in five weights, it transportation can be found for the extra Mohawks, Coach Barker also announced. Buhl Carman, 85 pounder; Howard Buffington, 105 pounder; Lyle yVcntwortli, 125 pounder, and two out of f o u r candidates for 1 and 145 pound berths will be taken for the exhibitions. Wilbur Spuhler and Donald Coe have yci. lo meet in a 135 pound climinalio: malch, w h i l e L a R o y . Alitx and Ross Anderson will wrestle in a 145 pound contest lo decide which makes the trip. The Trainers have not compiled their usually strong record this season. They suffered one of the few shutout defeats ever recorded in North Iowa prep wrestling when Fort Dodge earned n 40 to 0 decision in Ihe early season. Iowa State to Hunt Hurlers for Spring AMES, (ff)--Coach Joe Truskowski. realizing he may have diff i c u l t y in assembling a good pitching slaff next spring, lias 15 hurlers working out three limes a week in the Iowa State college gymnasium. The Cyclones won a share of Ihe Big Six t i l l e last year, and Coach musl replace Torvald' Holmes and Robert Scott, who carried most of the pitching burden. Jim Thomson Leads Way in Coast Meet SAN FRANCISCO, f/Pj--Pace- Seller Jim Thomson, with a sub- par round already lo his credit, led the country's barnstorming golf professionals who teed off Friday in the second h a l f of 36- hole q u a l i f y i n g tests for the S5.- 000 San Francisco malch play open t o u r n a m e n t . Nebraska Doesn't Waste Time Signing Up Mentor And There Won't Be Any t 1 r »~«l . .: Apology for Choice in Ncxl Season. Ky SCOTTY RESTON ( r i n c l i - J I i l t i i i e for Eddie Hr!c7.) NF.W Y O R K , r/Pj--Thnso Nebraska officials don't fool arounr . . . Dana Bible quits one wce: and they hire "Biff" Jones to coach their football team the next and they won't have lo do a n j apologizing for that selection ei- Lawrence McCeney (and does he hate that Ihcr Jones handle) is probably the only Wesl Point football captain who didn't captain the football team . . . h e was named captain after the ID 1C season and went to war before the next campaign * HERE'S THE inside on his tiff with the late Huey Long: Jones' Louisiana Stale team was behind during an i m p o r t a n t game and Long came in during the half-time intermission and asked Biff if he could talk lo the team . Jones said there was no t i m e . . . liuey pressed and BiCC still refused As Jones went into the lockci room, Long said, "Well, you'd belter win" . . . When ,lonc.s came out he walked over to Long and asked, "Senator, w h a t did you mean b y that remark?" . . . " I meant just t h a t , " Huey replied "Well, win, lose or draw, I'm through afier Ibis," was Jones' comeback . . . And he meant il too . . . As .a major with ID'/i years ot active service, Jones will continue to draw around $1(0 s month from the U. S. army . . . and despite t h a t [ive year Nebraska contract, he'll still be subject to army duty DEVIOUS ARE the ways o£ the ring worms . . . Dave Pastoi fights Don Rizzo, another lightweight, at St. Nick's here Monda. . . . Placards advertising thi. "colossal" attraction are posted al over town right now . . . The; read: "Dave Pastor, cousin of Bo' Pastor, conqueror of Joe Louis, etc. . . . Now all Bob has to do i "conquer" Louis in their fight and everything will be okay . . . Col Jake Ruppert, bachelor beer am bail baron, in his seventieth year is still t a k i n g his morning wall through Central Park . . . Immaculately dressed, he leaves his Fiflh avenue apartment before eight every morning, strolls a bit along the paths and then heads for the brewery . HE'S AT his o'clock daily . . feres with this routine desk by 8:30 Nothing inler- On Friday evenings he departs for his Garrison, N. Y., estate, a secluded 135-acre plot just across the Hudson from the U. S. m i l i t a r y academy . . . There he plays weekends with his kennel of St. Bernards and his cage of monkeys . . W h i l e the baseball world wonders w h a t will happen one day to the fabulous Ruppcrt f o r t u n e and the famous- R u p p c r t bal! team (Yankees, to you.) Iowa U Starts Work for February Tests IOWA CITY -- Brain-fagged from exams but otherwise in good condition, University of Iowa 'basketball players Thursday began serious workouts for the eight February games. Only spasmodic been held since since not all of practices have last Saturday, regulars were a b l e lo report at t h e same li me. A Man Who Beat Joe Louis Four years ago Max Marek, pictured here at his typewriter, defeated an unknown Negro boy in the National A. A. U. boxing tournament. The "unknown" turned out to be Joe Louis, who is hailed now as coming heavyweight champion of the world. Marek is shown in Boston during his training to meet Al McCoy LOUIS TO FACE PASTOR MITTS Brown Bomber Ready, Says He Will Win by Kayo in Golham Go. NEW Y O R K , f/Pj--Before Ihe season's largest f i g h t crowd, which see considerably 10 rounds paid less for, figures to than the Brown Bomber Joe Louis ' w i l l make his first important start of the year against husky Bob Pastor in Madison Square Garden's ring. On prc-fight calculations, some 18,000 of the f a i t h f u l , paying as high as S1G.50 each, probably won't be more t h a n comfortably seated before the thing is afl Each f i g h t e r has predicted a knockout victory for himself. Tho experts are almost u n a n i m o u s in Picking Louis for a kayo triumph. The betting odds, as high as 12 to 1 a few days ago, stilt are on touis at about 5 to 1, for a quick finish. This drop in the b e t t i n g figures was the result of the ballyhoo attending n training camp knockdown of Louis on Wednesday--a knockdown which so boosted the ticket-purchasing pace t h a t the gate promises to be w i t h i n shouting distance of the 5100,000 mark when the boys answer the bell. Suler lo Start in Second Meeting o[ Cagers in Middle Season. n n A m: O'Connor .Snlcr . . G r i f f i t h inuirli (01 . iMilcflch W i n t e r r C r l n n c l l ) ! PKOIIABLI: IOWA STATK Flcimnllir (L't I l l a l i n i k , , , I'nolf! or T l i n i i i % n i i .. J o l i n s o n Pl.AC'i:: .Slate Com TUMI;: i:::o. satnnip O I ' 1 - I C I A I . S : rrc.l Itcnry lla.sbronck (DCS O l o l n r s ) . AMES--Iowa State and Drake will play another of their traditionally thrilling basketball games in State gymnasium at 7:30 Saturday night. A rivalry of 30 years' duration will be renewed for the second time witjiin eight days. Last Saturday the Bulldogs oulscored Ihc Cyclones, 35 to 20, in DCS Moines. Coach Louis Mcnzc has made several shifts in the Cyclone lineup t h i s week so t h a t it w i l l be able to solve the Bulldogs' fast-breaking offense. Capt. Jack Flcmming, high scorer of the Big Six, w i l l be at his regular forward posl, but hi.s r u n n i n g mate will be Bob B l a h n i k , former guard. Fred Poole, the :thcr first learn guard lasl week, ivill probably displace Ihe regular center, Burton Thomson. Maurice Johnson, letter man, and one of two football ends, Rowland Rusli- more or Charles Heileman, w i l l be at the guard posilions. Kossuth Cagers Get Opening Round Play for Crown' in Books K O S S U T I I C O I J N T V JIEt'r A C A l c o i i a . SOLEM TO TAKE GOPHER SYSTEM TO SYRACUSE U Wilkinson May Be Head of Former Iowa Teacher's Assistant Staff. ROCHESTER, N. Y. _ Ossie Solem, new head coach of football at Syracuse university, will bring the so-called Minnesota system o£ p l a y to Ihe Orange gridiron. An advocate of the system the former U n i v e r s i t y of towa coadi rioc.sti't however, know lo j u s t w h a t e x t e n t lie w i l l employ j|. The answer ties in (lie m a t e r i a l he Kets In work w i t h , he i i i t i i n m e d as he stopped off in Rochester l u r I'luirsday n i g h l ' s Syracuse a l u m n i banquet. Solcm w i l l Ret his first glimpse of his f o o t b a l l squad in ArchboJd stadium, Syracuse, on Monday. He plans lo start s p r i n g practice April I and will continue it for six weeks. Beyond asKerting t h a t his Syracuse team will bent Colgate next year--if the team "has half the ability of the glee club," Solcm was wary of predictions. It seems the Syracuse glee club did pretty well. Although lie declined lo comment on his choice of assistants, a l u m n i who talked to him said they gathered the impression t h a t "Bud" Wilkinson, star quarterback on last year's University of Minnesota team, w o u l d gel one uf the aide jobs. Cluckasaw Preps Set for Champion Tussle as County Meet Ends C 1 I 1 C K A S A 1 V COUNT V MEET Al NVu- Hamilton. Semifinals. F r c i l c r i r k s h i i r g a I; New I l i u m . I n i , I I ( r r s c r v r % ) . l . a w l e r :'t: I n n i a 1 1 . r r i d a y (latnc.s. 7--Nru- l l A i n p l n i i ( r c - s r r v e N ) v s . I n u i a » -- H n a l -- F r c i l c r l e k i h u r i c vs. l.mvlcr. NEW HAMPTON--Frcdcricks- burfi defeated New Hampton's reserves 24 to 14 to advance to the final round of the Chickasaw c o u n t y basketball tournament here, Thursday evening. Ball, sen-- sational Frcdericksburg forward, scored three limes from the field and four times from the foul line to gain leading scoring honors for the second night in a row. Against A l t a Vista he plunked in nine field goals. Lawler, after drawing a bye won handily from Iom'a, 31 to I I . The Greene team was easily in front from the start. Lawler and Fredericksburg play the championship f i n a l here Friday night. Ionia meets New Hampton in the consolation finals. Di lamond Bread Wins Over Merchant Club CRYSTAL L A K E -- Diamond Bread of Mason City defeated the "ysla! Lake Merchants, ·!! to 17, here Thursday n i g h t . Davis rolled in 10 poinls to lead the Baker attack, and Scnnlan paced the Merchants with the same n u m b e r of counters. : A I -- [ i t.Mi:nciiA.vrs--n If U 1"! Is II i't HlllMJihrcy f t n H.FriiM-n t 1 n IV f i _· iiiiii«c I (i i n I : U l l . S c a n l i i i i I .1 [I II l l c r l i c n c r r ·· a H U c K r t e v r r c n n I M a r l l n n a l i ! c I tl 2| ll.-lllson r Meson ; I.CMiian K TOTALS I Score, liy iu DIAMOND r.r CILV.STA1. 1.A rcr Dimivs C r y s t a l l . n k c n I n n l a s c d : 1),,,ml llrcad S u c a C i l y J2; T i l m i k a I T . CM.1HS R J ' c n l i i t i 28; Crant ir. W I l l l t R m n r e Sri; Hurt IT. l.oncrock VI; f.akola ly. ALGONA -- Swca City advanced o meet Algona in Class A competition at Kossuth county's basketball tournament here, while ? enton defeated G r a n t township, iVhittemore pushed out Burt and joncrock beat Lakota in Thursday's contests. The tournament will be con- :luded Monday nighl, when girls' north and south h a l f champions Rodman High Winner in Two Cage Scraps R O D M A N -- R o d m a n l , j s | i school's uiiflcrs d e f e a t e d A y r s h i r e , j the Rirls w i n n i n g ;i(i In i n , w h i l e the boys took a ·!.') to 14 decision. The Rodman team has won 12 games and lost a tough contest to M a l l a r d . for the Kossuth t i t l e v i l l play Iso. Jones Takes New job With Five-Year Pact, Grabs Huskers' Reins LINCOLN, Ncbr., ( U P ) -- Major Linwronuc McCeney "Biff" Jones ins been named University of Nebraska football coach and ath- etic director to f i l l the vacancy eft by Dana X. Bible's departure .0 Texas. Selection of Jones, long an outstanding figure in intercollegiate 'oolbalJ. was announced Thursday y Prof. R. D. Scott, chairman of he Cprnhusker athletic board. His iclection was approved by the m i v c r s i t y hoard of regents Wcd- icsday. oncf! was sigjiorl on a fh'c year lract ( r a i l i n g f o r a s a l a r y of i b o u l SlO.ftOO a year, thn .same as Bible received. Graceland Enters in Jaysee Sport Wheel CENTERVILLE, (I?) -- Graceland college of Lamoni has been a d m i t t e d to the Southern Iowa conference of j u n i o r colleges. Ccnter- v i l l e , Albia. C h a r i t o n , Bloomficld and O.sceola. present members, voted u n a n i m o u s l y for the entrance of the three-year college. Central Dutch Edge Out Parsons Battle I ' E N L A , (7I'( C o n l r a l r o M r a n clgorl nut Favstins 26 In 24 in n close Iowa conference b a s k e t b a l l game here Thursday n i g h t . Parsons h e l d a IS to 12 lead at the h a l f and went in front 21 to IB m i d w a y in the last h a l f before Nelson, Ford a n d Thompson scored the w i n n i n g baskets. Penn Beats Dubuque in State Loop Game OSKALOOSA, (.T)--Penn college defeated Diibnriuc u n i v e r s i t y ciigers '1- to 30 in an iowa conference game herr: T h u r s d a y nishl, ,-iftcr holding ( l i e losers to t w o f i n l d baskets i n I h e fii'sl h a l f . G i p n c r , Penn f o r w a r d , scored 13 points. "TF

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