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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBEUARY 3 Â· 1937 NINE TROJANS, MOHAWKS WIN CAGE BATTLES IASO.V CITY--15 S l i o l s e. I 21 ncll c n .'. I r a l i a m c ... u n in i = i Â·: h e c k l e r f .'. * :i Dunn s Â· n TOTALS lid 1 311 E 5 T H E R . V 1 L L K -- U Shnls KG O. Winston t 1(1 1 .'aimer r - A n Icyt'olds C ... II :: lenley I . . . . :i l Wee c . . UNITED STATES' GUP SQUAD SET TO SCRAP JAPS Aussie Tennis Team Gets Favored Position for Zone Competition. LONDON, (UP) -- America's hopes of recapturing the Davis cup received a severe jolt Tuesday when Australia, which reached the challenge round last year, received the favored spot in the North American zone when drawings for the 1937 matches were made at admiralty house. The United Stales was paired against a lairly strong Japanese team lor its opening match while Australia, which lost only 3-2 to England in the 193G cup battle, drew a weak Mexican team. The winners meet for the right to play the European zone winner and out of t h a t match comes the country Â·which will oppose England, de- winsinn c fending Ihe cup. Last year, Amur- imiisi ica lost to Australia in the North American zone. The draw was made by Sir Samuel Hoare, first lord of the admiralty, who is president of the lawn tennis association. Hoare, speaking over a radio network, welcomed the return of Japan and Italy to Davis cup competition. Japan has withdrawn because its teams have been weak while Italy did not play last year because of the European political situation. He referred to the loss of Free Perry, who turned professional as "a great loss." "But," said Hoare, "we are no' depressed or nervous." England, because of Ihe loss o: Perry, is an overwhelming favorite to lose the cup this year. Don Budge to Scrap Grant as Net Match Draws to' Last Tes MIAMI BEACH, Fla., (UP) -Donald Budge of California Tuesday led eight seeded stars into the quarterfinals of the second annual surf club invitation tennis tournament. Budge scored two triumphs. His first victim was Bill llardic of Miami, by a score of 6-2, 6-1. Then he eliminated Vernon Marcum of Lakeland, Fla., 6-0, 6-4. Bryan M. "Bitsy" Grant, the diminutive . Atlantan - who is f Tank'ecrthird irf thV iiati6n;"3bined Budge in the Quarterfinals with a 6-1, 6-1 victory over Dick Seabury of Miami Beach. Conqueror of Budge in their two meetings in Florida tourneys this winter, Bitsy is favored to meet him again in the title round. Algona Academy Has Edge in Two Scraps WHITTEMORE--St. Cecilia's of. Algona won a doubleheader basketball program from Presentation academy oÂ£ Whittemore Tuesday night, the varsity winning 26 to 13 - while the second team finished ahead 23 to 14. In the varsity game the Algonans led 13 to 9 at the hall. Barry played the best game for the winners. Ringlcr the best for Whiltemore. St. Cecilia's seconds led IS to 4 at the half of the prelim. Thissen of the Algona club played the best game for the winners while Schmidt appeared to be Jaysees Win Fifth Contest Over Wolves ugh Game Sees Lane Get 19 Points in Two Hot Middle Periods. R u n n i n g Wild GAZETTE S Fighting Irish Win in Donkey Game I'T FTM PI' Ms. FT FTIM IT I'll, I (I 0 f) 1 I TOTALS l:t l:t n -1 II Scnre by q u a r t e r s : 11ASO.N 7 CITY ......... !1 2.-. 4 1 S T l l i ; i l V l l . I . i : ...... -. !l 1Â» Â·!! I t e f t r c c : A r t h u r H e w l e t t ( C u e ) . By AL MITCHELL Glube-Gazetle Sports Editor Two hot periods, the second and the third, with their star basket-getter earning IS points for the third time this season, gave Mason Cily its fifth Trojan basketball victory in a string Tuesday night. The local collegians, with the count at 9-9 as the first quarter closed, opened the throttle to make the total 44 to 24 two periods later, then added a single point in the final quarter while Esthcrville's Wolves were getting nine. The whole evening's work added up to a 45 to 35 victory for the Trojans in Ihe second rough and tumble dogfight to be played here in the last five days. Lane Starts Scoring. Gale Lane plunked through a ree shot to start things for the Trojans, but Walt Miller bounced STRIKE OVER A EAGLE GROVE IS LOSER IN MEET Mason City Takes Matches as Wrestlers Win m Jicket Squabble. EAGLE GROVE--Eagle Grove's matmen, victorious in their "sit- down strike," lost to Mason City's wrestling squad 20Vi to lO'/i Tuesday night. The Eaglets won their strike, created when the student council voted even the wrestlers must have activity tickels for admil- tance to matches, when the governing body voted tickets were not necessary for those participating in extra-curricular r.clivities. Peace and harmony was once more seen on the Eagle Grove front following the settlement of the unique dispute. Geoff Walter, M o h a w k D5 pounder, was the only wrestler to win by a fall Tuesday night, pinning Bernard of Eagle Grove in 2:40. Mikkelson of the Eagles and Capt. Johnny Thompson of Mason City wrestled to a draw in an overtime match. Clergy Wins Donkey Tussle START PLAN TO CLEAR UP SORE TS IN A, A, U, the best stringer. Whittemore second rebound for the Orris Warrington short Wolves, and looped another through from the tree throw circle. Lorcn Sheckler Iccpt the home team in the contest when he slung one from a corner, but the score stood at 4 to 3 lor Estherville. Doug Reynolds centered' both ot two free throws when Sheckler fouled him under the goal, but Gale Lane poked one straight into the netting from a short angle to \eep the score even. Warrington dead-eyed in another when lie look a tipoff in the free throw circle, and the Wolves led B to 5. Lane hit the payoff spot, squarely in the center of the net, nearly from the center- of the court, as Lee Usher passed in from the west end line, but Warrington's bobbling free toss made the tolal 9 to 7. THE SUMMARY ,"-- D e c k e r ( M O d R c H i c m c r l M c r s c h ( L 1 G ) Uj--Waller C M C ) l l i r t t v U c r n a r d ( L t i ) tit 'Â£:[!!. 1 U . J -- M o U (HIC) c t c f i s i o H C i l K l t l c m a l J U:G). ] I 5 -- l.eeu-rlcht ( M O d c c i s i o n c d Banks ( E G ) . I-:.',-- O. T h n m i i s t i l v . M C d e u i s i o n e d M c C o y ( M G ) . l:!5--Umsleiul ( K G ) d c c i s i o n c d i c c h i a ( J I G ) . J . J . - -- J l l k f e c l s n n CMC). V. The ( E C ) drew, o v e r t i m e . 1.1.1--llumctintc ( S I C ) dc'cisioncd l l u d - tinii ( K G ) . 10"--.Fulkc-datil ( E G ) d c c i s i o n c i l B o y c e ( 5 I C ) . l l c a v v u - e i j r h t -- ^ I n r l i n ( E G ) d c c i s i o n c d L c a k c ( M O . Â· (Jal- nltson Dr. T. A. Ncttletoii has this one all set up--but even his goals weren't enoiiffh lo help the Culups lo a victory over the Fightintf Irish in liic first of three donkey basketball games at SI. Joseph's Tuesday nigrhl. The Irish won 30 to 10. In Ihe picture are, left to rifiht: Drs. Ncltletoii, L. T. Oldham, Don FIlzGerahl; the llcv. Francis McEmvncy, tile Rev. Karl Kurt, Dr. Jay Hnuliinan, ami the Ucv. IM. Mullan. (Lock I'holo, Kaycmxy Engraving) ^ 1 C 3 C it If You Heard the Noise, Don't Worry; It's Funny Mounted Teams to Scrap" Again in Two Nights of Tournament. Sncll Evens Score. Gale Snell knotted the count Patty Cracks Par to Win Florida Laurels CORAL. GABLES, (UP)--Patty B e r g , 18-year-old Minneapolis golf star, fired a two-below-par 80 Tuesday to win the medal for the second straight year in the Miami Billmore women's championship. Patty repeated her performance of last year, when she won the title, even to turning in the same card. A stroke behind were Kathryn Hemphill, of Columbia, S. C.: Marion Milcy, ot Lexington, Ky., and Jean Bauer, of Providence, R. I. Pioneers Beat Tulsa in Extra Long Scrap TULSA, Okla., (/P)--The Grinnell college basketball team was enroute to St. Louis Wednesday where it will play its third conference game of the week Saturday night with Washington U., after an unexpected 31 to 30 overtime victory over Tulsa here Tuesday night. Tate Boys Win for Upper Iowa Cagers F A Y E T T E , (ff) -- A pair of overtime period field goals by the Tate brothers gave Upper Iowa University a 41 to 36 Iowa con- basketball victory over college here Tuesday .Terence Central night. PARSON'S WINS OSKALOOSA, (IP)--Bob lies- ton, Wildcat guard, collected 2;i points n.s Parsons cnsilj' defcalcd Penn college, 40 to 28, in an Iowa when he caught Usher's rebound and hooked the ball up and in with a southpaw shot, but Sheckler missed a chance to grab the lead when lie failed on a free throw. Sncll cracked the net after Mason City h a d . broken up a rough offensive thrust, and Usher tipped in u close one to set the Trojans out in front as the second period opened. The heat went on us Snell split the string again from the right center area and the Wolves called for lime out. Jim Henley rapped through a goal from the free throw circle after the rest period, but Snell sent he leather squarely into the net rom deep sidccourl lo keep Ihe Trojan edge. Miller gained two points for the Wolves with a short one, but missed a free throw when he tangled with Lane. Lane dropped in his portion of the double free chance to make it 18 o 13. Nine Point margin. Lane's ringer from the south ;ide poked the score up two loinls, and Snell dropped in a free :hrow as the session got rough again. Floyd Palmer caged a free throw as Henry "Hun" Hert rapped him on to the hardwood, but Lane flipped another dead ringer from center to put the Trojans ahead, 23 to 14. Ttcynolds turned Hevl's second fnu! i n t o a p o i n t, b u I H c r t slapped a center shot off t h e backboard and into the ring. Palmer pushed in another free If you heard a lot of noise in Ihe soulh end of town Tuesday nighl, don't be alarmed---you'll probably hear il again on n couple of other nights. The shouts and laughter were just the n a t u r a l result of Mason City's first donkey basketball game, played Tuesday at St. Joseph's court, where the Fighting Irish defeated the Culups 30 lo 10. The Gallant Knights, including a new cage star in Leo Carle, who entered the lineup at the last minute, were scheduled lo continue the fun with the Bronco Busters Wednesday night, with the winners meeting in a Thursday championship game. The Knigpts will also include Charles Casey Larry Mason and Emmet V. Ryan The Busters will be Charles, Gasswint, C. H. "Chuck" Lennan Clayton "Chick" Sutherland and Ivan A. Barnes. Dr. L. T. O l d h a m led the Culup scoring Tuesday n i g h t with six points, while the Rev. Bernarc While caged 12 to top Ihe Irish. conference basketball Tuesday. game here Goodrich Tires and Accessories DONNELLY SERVICE, Inc. 125 1st St. S, E. Mason City Elma Halves Double Event on Hardwood RICEVILLE '-- E 1 m a s p l i t double bill with Riceville- high school's quintets Tuesday night, dropping the varsity game lli to 12 after winning the opener by a 19 lo 14 score. Hughes of the Riceville first string and Johlas for Elma's top notchers tied for scoring honors in the nightcap with six points apiece, while Tyler's guarding for Riecville stood out. but Warringlon got away from Usher to spin through a pivot shot for the Wolves and sel Ihe score at 3D to 22. Usher popped a goal from the corner on the next drive, and Lane tipped in his rebound, but Knulson bagged another center shot. He left the game as he drew his fourth foul, and Lane caged the point. The score was 44 to 24 as the third period ended. Add Few Counters. Vestrom parked a flat shot in the net after two scoreless minutes of the closing period, and counted a free throw as Delkei Dunn fouled him after two more minutes had worn along. Dunn's, free throw was Ihe first Trojan point in the final period, after Bob Leland fouled him. Jerry Wee added a free throw for the Wolves as Boh Widger fouled him and Warrington whipped in i short, one-handed poke. The scori was 45 to 30. Reynolds added a free loss, and Heavy Schedule Set for Cage Squads on Final Days of Week EMMETSBURG--The Emmcts- jurg Junior college cagcrs have a i t i f f schedule planned for this vcek who iithey go on tour to face .wo Hawkeye conference foes. Thursday night, the local quin- et will meet the Cherokee juniort it Cherokee and Friday night i vill travel to Orange City to bat- ,lc the Northwestern junior college team, conference champions rirkins, Applcby, Prochaska, Don ihue and Kerwick are cxpcctcc lo sec action in the two tilts, The local high school f i v e wil play Storm Lake high in a Lake conference game here Thurscla; night, with Ihe Emmclsburg higi school reserves to face Cylinder i: curtain-raiser. Friday night, the Palo Alt county girls' tournament will ope here; with every town in th county except Emmetsburg repre senled. The finals will be playe Saturday night. Prep Cagers Bring Win in Road Contest Charles City Falls Before Mohawk Attack; Reserve Five Loses Scrap First Road Win! J I A S O N C I T Y -- 31 S h o l Â» W a l l a c e t Ci rr ri M rr v i \ V n l f Give Sports Body Back Lo Athletes Before Next Olympic Contests. By ROBERT MYERS LOS ANGELES, OT-- As chair- nan of a committee lo revise ules of the Amateur Athletic union, Lorrin Andrews of Los Angeles launched a campaign Wcd- icsday to "give the A. A. U. bade io the Athletes" of the United Stales. Andrews, president of the Southern Pacific association of the A. A. U., declared Ihe- committee determined to scrap many existing regulations particularly those which seemingly benefit officials instead of the athletes. "We are not going to have a rc- cplilion ot the past year's activities with its tremendous criticism, much of it justified, of the American Olympic team's management," Andrews flatly asserted. Spring ClcaniiiRT. "We inlcnd lo start spring l l r | i u r r r.nrniun IV. Vi'.. I l i l f r i l t r i % h i [ i H c l c h c r ; TOT.A J.S CIIARI;I:S ciTi'-- ;;i .icl [ir Â£ IT. rr VT.M TV ru . ,11. M c i i r e r f lirown I ____ DlUMU C _____ H a m m m i i l c , , O l i n r n i e i e r 5 . l l o n s a l l f ... TOTALS :t:i Store by q u a r l e r : M A S O N CITY C H A R L E S CITY Uclcrcr.: G n r d u i i AT KEG OAi )ecker Officers Shoot fo High Total in League Bowling Events. Moose Lodge won three games rom Hcrmanson's Dairy, while Decker's Office, was taking two rom. Sloddard's and shooting the ligh total of 2,922, in Tuesday light's City league bowling. Golden Glow also won two games, de- eating the Old Timers. Ed M. Schmidt's 223 single anil JOB series were the best individual murks. A correction in Monday nighl's scoring w a s announced, w i t h Maple Inn receiving credit lor one Jame in Us scries with Hugh Davey and Son. The Daveys won two and lost the last game by 19 )ins. IMOOSI: I.ODGI: J ' l a s c r s -- I:1 ::nd :inl T n l a l Av. i'crrja;, mi nn 177 r,:iÂ« n u I I . H u m p h r e y . lli!l 1.11 111) I K K l l i : l DiniUiii t.'is in~, irm .I7rÂ» I.IK Ilcn-y IS1 ^11:1 IS? .V.II l i l l A c l L i . i l T i n s Â· - Kfi? H M J S I ! ) :!.-Â»:(;; K l . U u n d i c A ] ! . . . . II!) lill li!l =41)7 Ul Tolal Tins ... !i:!G XKS !MX 2712 !ill l I l i U M A N S O N D A I R Y M n r i i l i m v [jlimlcr.sou K r L L m b l l f l l z A c t u a l P L U S H a n d i c a p . 1st 2l! 1 ) 1 1 Mil i:ut ir.:t :inl Tnlal Av. inn i.v, 1.11 I i 7 l Â·lll-i nil 1H2 l l i l cleaning now and have our guns ready to Tire at the next A. A. U. meeting in Boston in December, and the Olympic committee's meeting in Washington early in January." Andrews said he has sent a circular letter to every association in the country, asking that alhlclcs, turn in suggestions, complaints and recommendations. "We want to know what Ihey want, not what various officials want," the chairman continued. "We expect a t i g h t , but we'll be r c a d y," Andrews promised. "Much of the widespread criticism of the Olympic team handling fell on the A. A. U. shoulders, some of it Hist, some not. "MiRht" Ilule. Unfair. "Take Hie rule that if an athlete says he 'might' turn professional, or is 'thinking' about il and presto, he's bumped out o amateur athletics for mcrclj thinking--why, it's ridiculous. That's what happened to Jesse Owens. "Or the rule t h a t forbids an athlete from remaining an amateur if lie goes lo work for a sporting gfoods f i r m . Thai's u n - fmr. If a man or woman knows athletics, why shouldn't he or she be allowed lo follow a trade in which they arc versed. "And don't think," said the fired up Andrews, "that I don't sympathize with the athletes' complaints about having too many officials on the trip to Berlin, and the discriminations made in fa- vor'of these officials." R U r ( G r i m t e l L ) . By DAVE KAUKUAX (Slaff Representative) CHARLES CITY--Coming from behind with a sensational clown- tho-stretch spurt, Mason'City high school scored its first out-of-town basketball victory Tuesday night at the expense of Charles Cily, defeating the Comets 31 to 21. The Mohawks had won a previous same at Mason City 13 lo. 11 in an overtime battle. Charles City's second team'outpointed the Lilile Mo- lawks 22 lo 21 in Ihe preliminary o earn some compensation for the Comets' rabid roolcrs. Tuesday's game saw Ihe Mo- yvvlti', for one of their Sew times Ills season, find their basket eyes o sink a "goodly percentage "o: heir shots. McKcnzy Capes Four. Spearheads of. the Mohawk of fenso were Harold McKcnxy, wlu counted four fieldgoals; Capt Everett Fletcher, good for anolnc quartet from the f i e l d ; Wayn Wood, who plunked in three field goals, and Howard Gorman, pivot IOWA BEADY TO CHOOSE MENTOR FOR NEXT FALL But No Choice May Be Set Thursday When Board Holds Session. IOWA CITY, (/P)-- The University of Iowa Athletic board, perplexed for a month over it successor ID O.ssic Solem as head fool- b a l l conch, w i l l gnlhcv around ;i conference table again Thursday. Tv.'o c a n d i d a t e s -- I r l Tubbs ol liiimi, (Fla.) university and Ari u r ( D u t c h ) Bergman of Catho- imivcrsily--will appear before ic board Tor personal interviews. But whether either man w i l l be elected as the Moses to lead the awkeycs out of the football w i l - erncss remained problematical, ubbs, an ingenious fellow who as patented a valveless and seam- ess football and the modem tight itting f o o t b a l l pants, was listed n o f f i c i a l l y to emerge from his hat with the board as the next owa conch. UlHlegrafT's Suiiporl. The M i a m i university coach, -1!) oars old has the strong support of Chairman C. M. Updegraff. The chairman, who interviewed 'ubbs last week at Washington. D. C.. has "sold" several other D E C K E R ' S OFTlCi: r n l l Honker Lindsa.v . T. IMairDnn.ilo 1 A c t t n l P i n s H . i i i . l i c n l i . . 1 "t rsu I la toll rd T n l a l A v . i .in IKI Tia.\ srj-- O.lcll . . . . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . Ililcy S l n i t d a r d .... C s l i c k A c l u a l rlni; S T O I I I I A H D ' S I'il tin; man who swished couple 'erencc, removed himself consideration by signing a Decorah High Takes Two Cresco Tussles CRESCO--Both first and second teams from Decorah proved too fast for Cresco's high school cagers Tuesday night, winning by scores of 31 to 19 and 21 to 11, respectively. B c r n n U and Preus led the ViIc- ing varsity, ringing the hoop for a lotal of 23 markers. Owens got seven points for the losers. fieldgoals in and then added two charity tosses to increase his total. Coach .1. Avvil. Grimsley of Mason City started Jack Wallace and Maurice Cooper "at'forwards; Irving Hepner at center, and Bob Brisbinc and Wayne Wood at guards, but after a sorry opening quarter in which only two points were scored, sent in an almost entirely revamped lineup. Scoring Starvation. T r a i l i n g 5 to 2 at the q u a r t e r as Wallace's short shot broke a seven m i n u t e scoring starvation on the part of (he Mohawks, the visitors crept w i t h i n reach ot the Comets during the second heat and the half ended 12 to 11. Noticeable was ragged passing on the part of Jjoth quintets. McKcnzy, at his hottest pace ol 1 the season, lucked in his third long range shot of the game, this one coming from sidecourt, to put the Mohawks ahead IH to i2 as the halt' opened and Mason Cily preserved the lead for the remainder of the bitterly contested duel. Charles City made ineffectual attempts lo even the score but af- R'.t'.t ll:: KKKj' \i Goldfield Cage Five Beats Clarion High 8111 11:1 one as Usher tripped over him, but drew n foul himself when he tangled with Sheckler. The Mason Cityan missed his free throw, but Reynolds poked in a short goal to make it 25 to IS at the h a l f . Lane split the net with a run- ninp shot . f r o m - f a r out before the t h i r d period was a minulo old. but Knutson oushcd n high lofter in from cr-nter. Hold 13-Pnint Lead. Lane fired another on the next tipoff, however. and Sheckler took his hook pass on a fast break for a one-handed bucket. Snell fed Sheckler the ball again for a second setup on a pivot nlay, and the Trojans led 33 to 20. Lane tossed up a one-hander. Usher slanpcd back the rebound and thn midgol forward mistier' the ball riant back and in. Rnell dribbled clown the court lo boal tho defense for a Cjiiick shot ;iftcr Usher had broken up an o f f e n - sive thrust. Hert repealed the trick on a straight dribble after he had cracked the offensive tymself, was l e f t wide open for a setup a moment later. A rough tussle in the final m i n u t e produced a setup for Leland, and the f i n a l score was set at 45 to 35. Greene Drops Pair to Rocket Hoopers MARBLE ROCK--Two hard yet cleanly contested games here Tuesday night resulted in a double victory for Marble Rock's high school basketball squad over its arch rivals from Greene. The varsity scrap left Ihe visitors on the short end of a 17 lo 12 counl, a f l c r Ihcir second Icam lad gone down 22 to 11 before Marble Rock's reserves. The game saw fast floor work and close guarding, with Ackley, local first string defensive man, starring. Tractors Mired D I A M O N D IÂ»t. -- I! I T R A C T O r t S ic Ii f t . D a v i s f t II l i C l a m i n r r t I . r n t i a n f 'i ll n;rinlni t i T e r h f i i r . r t I 1 I | K . Dirjriiii c l.inhty t o n n;.sinake! M n r . D o n a l H c I I.ane S TOTALS Srorc hy 3 ) M l l ] l c r f fi ' *\'. D i i K a n jc 0 1 l , I , m . l : i m : i n s j n c h n k c ? I!) f fi| T O T A L S i e i i . f l II U I 7 ll I ~t II Â·-' n o n I II I [| 0 0 1 a X n o n T ) t A M O N D B R K A T l Tr.Acrons F r f f t I h r m v s !Â»i Tr,ictrr R, O r i i c T n l s : M r , l H 11 s ^ e i l : D l a t n o n i l XI Itrcart P i n c h , N o r r i s Grolti. Diamond Bread's Bakers defeated the speedy Oliver Tractors of Charles City in the local after- piece Tuesday night, getting away to a 12 lo 2 lead in the first period, and holding the margin of 42 to 3-! at the end of the contest. Player*-- Su-.trrr.rd U'rter K r . i l l inn G O L U M X G L O W la ^iirl itril i:.- inn iriii ...... KIT i::i tort -jni r:u ni . . . . . n; 1 ; i;^ ^Â»r A c t u a l Pins H a n d i c a p . . !J(t! 8S7 I I Â»Ht II Tolal Pins OLn TiMi:ns 1 s t 2nd :ird Tolal Av K n l h !.". Ifi7, 1ST Acl.mi* U e i n E r r Mil inn -NII 171 tnx GOLDFIELD -- Gold field conquered Clarion 33 to 22 Tuesday night and the second team made it a grand slam for the evening by repulsing the Clarion reserves 29 to 27. Capt. Kenneth Aagard scored nine points to lead Goldfield's scoring parade. Every varsity man in the Goldfield lineup scored at least twice from the field. Ackley High Victor in Half of Program A C K L E Y--Ackley's b o y s trounced Aplington '2.1 to 13 in the finale of n mixed doublehead- cr Tuesday night a f t e r t h e ApJing- ton girls swamped Iheir Ackley opponents, 40 to 15. On Friday the boys first team will travel to Grundy Center for a conference game while the boys' second siring and the girls' team will play a doubleheader at Steamboat Rock. Muskie Jaysees Win Independence Scrap Ventura High Tacks Up Two Court Wins MOCK FALLS--Ventura lacked two defeats onto Rock Falls Tuesday night, the visitors' varsity w i n n i n g 2fl to I D while the Ventura seconds won 2D to 12. Lineweaver paced the Ventura varsity while Wilkinson was high man for the losing quintet. In the second string game Dunton was high for Rock Falls while the Barrow brothers were best for the winning Hansell High Squad Wins in Two Tests G E N E V A -- A U i i o u R h Marsiircl N i e l s e n scored l!i) of Geneva's 37 points, the home lenm dropped a Â·12 to :!7 decision lo Harwell's girls. Hansell's boys also won from Geneva, by the more decisive score of 40 to 19. Davenport played the best game for the losers, while for Hansell Lovin, Schaab and Van Koten played the best games. ler McKonxy's shot it was more or le.ss nn ;inli-cliiiiax as the Moh a w k s warmed up and began fattening their b a t t i n g averages. Dribble for Setups. Caplain Fletcher and Wayne Wood each dribbled the length of the court t h r o u g h astonished CometK lo sink sensational setup shots in part of the Mohawks' scoring spree. A n o t h e r specially was McKcnx.y's fourth long d i s - tance shot and still another came when Gorman netted a w h i r l shot. For Charles City. Ihe best bit of basketball was played by Maurice Mcurer and Wayne O r t m a n , forwards, and Clair Hammond at a back-post. fn the curtain-raiser Charles Cily's second leam slopped out in f r o n t of Mason City's reserve squad to take a hard-earned 22 to 21 victory. Maas at center was high man for (lie w i n n i n g combi- roard members on the advisabil- ty of hiring Ihe inventor-conch. The majorily of Ihcse members .witched their allegiance when vlatty Bell, invited along with Tubbs and Bergman to the confront new 'ivc year contract wilh Southern VIcthodisl. There slill remained, however, ;i minority bloc that will oppose Tubbs' appointment. Whether [hey will support Bergman, a former Notre Dame star, or inject a new candidate into the picture was uncertain. Still Shopping. An indication thai sonic members of the board still might be shopping around came with an announcement f r o m Lawrence (Buck) Shaw that he has accepted a new five year contract at Santa Clara. Shaw, mentioned from the start as a contender [or the Iowa position, said he had turned down nn Iowa, offer to accept his new con- Iracl with the Broncos. "Anyway, I'd rather remain, at Santa Clara,-'*, . lowa officials, however,.'denied they had contacted the ' native lowan regarding the Hawkcyc vacancy. It was known that one board member would like to have Ihe group consider an all-Iowa coaching combine, mentioning Wes Fry, president Kansas State coach, and Emerson (Spike) Nelson, Louisiana Slale line coach, as a possibility. Need More Experience'.' Other board members felt t h a t Iowa should obtain a coach with more experience in "big time" football t h a n either of the present known candidates possess. With the sharp division of sentiment, il was considered possible that a coach would not be selected by the board Thursday. "We have taken plenty of lime so far and there is no reason why we should rush this t h i n g t h r o u g h now," one member remarked. Meanwhile, Tubbs nearcd Iowa City. He arrived in Chicago by jlane late Tuesday, and, although nc rcfusscd lo say when he intended to c o n t i n u e his journey, it. was believed he would arrive late Wednesday. B e r g m a n , the t ; dark hnr.se," was expected Thursday morning. nation ;HK| Freddie Ktocckcr let! Die Mason Cityans will) five from the field. Youngsters Lose M O H A W K S -- Â·-!! ] f; rt pi a j i i r t Nui^r. t h l t i I l i k c f i n i p h . i c l r r s o n rtlt S '*-Â·' ff :\ II II I I i r i t r a v f f y t II I ' J i l ' l c k l i . . f II I I l / n i o n i . i , r I I 2 ] O r n i f e r j: It: I I lir ii ii n TO'rALS !l : t x l l | T O T A L S VTr.c-linlr.al ( o i i l . -Score 1J' f | " a r l c r M MTTI.K M O H A W K S . . . :t x C l t A K L K S (;1TV . . . It ', R r f e r r c : C ' o h n r k i C l i a ] l c r ( C t t a r l Thompson Cagers in Win, Loss at Games INDEPENDENCE, (IP) Muscaline Junior college cagcrs scored a 38 lo 23 victory over Independence Junior college here Tuesday night. \) THOMPSON -- The Thompson high school reserves lost lo Scar- T h c ville's f i r s t team at the local gym, in to The Thompson reserve girls won from Ihe girls' first team of Scar- villc, 26 lo 8. Rockford High Cage Squads Win Scraps ROCKFORD--A trip of cage contests on Rock ford high school's court Tuesday night resulted in the local squads taking two victories and losing one of the boys varsity and j u n i o r high teams won, 25 to 17 and 2f) to 5, while the girls dropped a 20 to 13 decision to Nora Springs. Tonight, Wednesday, Feb. 3 ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL GYM Game Starts at 8 P. M. The players are mounted nn real live, donkeys. Antl do they buck--we'll say so! WASHINGTON WINS WASHINGTON, (/Pi--Washington Junior college rallied in the dosing minutes lo t u r n bock llic Cenlervillc Juniors, 38 lo 33, hero Tuesday, it Gallant Knights vs. Bronc Busters Finals to Be Played Thursday Night nccausr: nf llic large crowds in Ihe opening Rinuc il w i l l nc nccc.ssiirv lo hold llic finals In llic Mason City Armory, Thtirs- l;iy. I'nh. I. al 8 I'. M. General Admission 2jc.