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Holy Family Wins Crown in ClassJJTourney at Dubuque .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZEOTR -- MUSKIE LOSS AT TOP OF TIPOVERS IN CAGE BATTLES Slim List of Upsets Includes West High Loss in.Early Meet By IKE SKELLEY Associated Press Sports Writer DBS MOINES, (£)--Iowa's high school basketball teams wheeled their big guns into action again Friday along 64 sectional fronts. The maneuvers were the second ,,., of a series of attacks to land the |TV Position as the state's interschol- \ , astic basketball ruler. The firing I I opened Wednesday night with J '·' most of the favorites surviving in| : itial blasts. ^ \ Muscatine's lUuskies, who '( V , came along: fast at the end of the i . regular season, were the most ft \ prominent victim of the first ,,' ( sectional skirmishes. The Little tj i' Six conference team saw its i ; 'hopes blasted when Wasliing- ·j ' ton, a conference rival, dropped s ( In a field goal In the final sec- i onfl to lick the favorites, 33 to' t 32, in the Riverside sectional.. ! , There were other minor upsets i 1 j along the way, but none ap- ) proached the fall of Muscatine. In ' fact, the results Wednesday night ·were generally a matter of form. ,r Trouble Set for Champs Diagonal, the Class B team ' Which won the 1938 championship , opened its drive with a 48 to 29 f victory over Denton in the Creston sectional. There were ominous . rumblings, however, for the Ma. ' roons on the same front. Cromwell, which split a pair of games with Diagonal this winter, wal- Local Squad Has Toughest Final Tussle 18-14 Margin EnoJgK to Stop Wenceslaus' Winning Streak On the Top Step ' MASON crrY-i Vega I 2legler f .Schmitt c DI Gregorio g 1 o Cavanaugh g 1 o 0 0~3iFlea E le t 2 0 GjDrahos £ " 2 21 Novak e TOTALS KreJcl g 2 9|TOTALS WENC'LAUS-- U is ft Pf 0 0 2 1 1 0 4 I 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Score by quarters; Holy Family g 4 "t. Wenseclaus 4 o Missed free throws: Vega 3. Officials: Harshbaroer Winter (Grinnell). " -13 5--14 (!· S. T. c.). MEL OTT TO TRY HTH SEASON AS GIANTS' LEADER Little Veteran Came Up to New York on Rich Man's. Whims By GEORGE KIBKSE1T . getting ready for his campaign with the _ -- --t^^, -.11. vino: battle between undefeated teams, with Holy Family high school of Mason City extending its winning streak wJL 5 ,'"' 8 TM S. ajnes 1° ^op St. loped' Arispe, 40 to 28, to sound fair warning to the champions. Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids turned back Franklin, a city rival, 34 to 24, .on the home court to stop Coach Orville Rust's sectional tournament winning streak. Rnst coached teams previously had won 13 straight sectional meets. Mason City, the 1935 champion and runnerup in 3936, showed scoring power with a 55 to 18 victory over Rockford at Clear Lake and Dubuque, a favorite in northeast Iowa, started with a 59 to 18 decision over Miles at Andrew. Sac City, rated among northwest Iowa's leaders, came through with a 36 to 25 triumph over Wall , Lake at Ida Grove while Onawa, a ·western Iowa power, eliminated Woodbine 36 to 17. i -- Teachers Stop Old Rose j 1 Waterloo West became a minor '.Upset victim when Teachers high Won 20 to 18 in a thriller at Cedar Ry Palls. Roosevelt of Des Moines, Ha- I warden. Cedar Falls, Webster City : and Estherville were included in Class A schools which advanced according to expectations. / A big majority of the favorlie J Class B schools rambled alone j unharmed. They included Sheldahl, Melrose, Williamson, Mar, tie Rock, Kiron, Greeley, Tif- ·fm, McCallsburs, Hornick, Lost Nation, Beech, Golflfield and Pilot Mound. ·Many of the state's best waited until Thursday to begin their title drives. The sectional firing wiE cease Saturday night. When quiet is restored there will be 128 teams ev 5"|y ^'yided between Class A' '' running for the . -- ~- ~*- Cedar Capias, ae- cided one-half the Dubuque archdiocesan basketball race Wednesday night. Holy Family won the Class B championship, beating the Cedar Rapids crew 18 to 14, after the losers had packed away 21 straight victories in season and tournament play. Holy Family took the lead at the outset and was never headed, after Don Schmitt had popped in a basket and two free throws. The Maroons Open Tilt DUBUQUE--Holy Family high school of Mason City, Class B r , i i s a r c o c e s a n basketball tournament, will open the state championship battle here seeded'sr-A^br'o' s raCdemy°of Davenport at 2:30 p. m. The pairing was announced Thursday morning by the Rev. B. Coyne, tournament di- day was the birthday of that grand little veteran of the New York liiants, Melvin Thomas Ott. Only 30, Ott is fourteenth Giants. Mel is one of the most popular Players in baseball. Everyone who D"°,^ hun wil1 be singing "Happy Birthday To You" except LarrV French. Ott is poison to French who can't seem to get Mel out no matter what he throws him. But off the field even French professes admiration for Ott because that's the kind of a guy Mel is. You have to like him. In many ways Ott is the National league s most remarkable player. He has hit 342 homers, more than any other National leaguer With 1,939 hits, an average of 172 4 ^ Scn u' only the Waner brothers the bona fide National league -* 0p hlm - He has d «ven in hits, more than any other National leaguer. His lifetime bat- Maroons Head Dubuque Diocese THURSDAY, MAKCH 2, 1939 Gazette Sports Marble Rock, Ventura Win Opening Tussles Mason City High victor over ·# ParifnT'Sr^r 1 ' 1 '""' V '"' B0l «*«-«·«.. D« SchnUtt, Cy, lt « W w Cleaners Claim Title for Commercial League Ticket Diamond Bread Has Red Hawks were always troublesome, however, and the Maroons' widest margin was 14 to 7, at the end of tiie third period. Bob Cavanaugh's superb pass- «"f ^ d . efense coupled with Schmitt s basket-shooting, clinched the victory and title, as the los- break H ° l7 Familys fast -The Mason Cityans had poured past Sacred Heart of Monticello, Ji to 14 in an afternoon semifinal game, distancing the southeast Iowa team in the second half af- tec T leadujg narrowly, 11 -to..8, at the rest-period. The boxscore: HOLY FAMILY-31 BACKED HEAHT-14 Vega f 0 0 P 2|McKeever f *? ft111 Z.Egler f Taylor - 1 Laueh n t Schmitt c Pritchard c 3 1 OlFotlMrgU f 0 0 Hauler f oo OILambert c 3 0 3|Stoll c 0 0 0 Nardman g Di Gregorio g B 1 2 Cavanaugh g l 3 3, Cross g o 0 0 *££*, ,11TM^^ 0 0~3 0 0 2 3 1 3 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 Lumber King's Friend T»^,'-' endShip o£ * e late Harry ^^^^ I] i-^ 0 ^ ^Ve KG t e nV n ° U ' S lan ^ In 1525, Ott was catching for the Gretna La. high school team and he and his batterymate, Lester Roupnch, worked out with the New Orleans club. New Orleans s "" 1 .-"ouprich but told Ott, who , that he was too young ^wSSL?" V° a ««nl.pr. , La,," recalled where Harry , --" ~~~ ·· · M *-»^- He owned thft OrTMa Ab ^ Ut * m ° nth later New Mr. Williams tola me not to sim ^nillJ^!" 5 *', ? hor «y ««er ifo m-..i , . - frf ? ' f h e movie siar - sailed for Euro P ;e I got a postal card , --TM* v 'i'v-, -i gi from New York. It was signed nd told me to . -- -..,, Polo grounds Sent -,., -thought it was a joke didn't go. ""- -- -back he bawled me out Vm-L- -,,,-t-^ m ?, n:le S" -iO iN(i\v York with s letter to Mr. McGraw 'Scared to Death" i Was sr-arrH t~ death , j TROJANS PLAY LUTHER FIVE Frosh to Battle in Two-Game Program on Friday Night Ticket PROBABLE LINEUPS Mason City SUTHERLAND . Neal t. Woodhouse . TIME: 7.-30 p.' lit Monu- in the ' - - c °TMPee n the |, distnct tournaments next week to | .determine the 16 qualifiers for the · championship tournament starting here March IB. WEEKEND SPECIAL ATLAS LUG GRIP TIRES Through MUD or SNOW Atlas Lug Grip Go . 6:00x16 or 6:25x16" _ A Pair Car Wosh Special 89c Roy J. Everts Standard Service 3rd and North Washington (i Srfn C io, S a : ,. TOnter (Crinnc '». TM«on Waterloo O. L. V. A. Wins Class A Tilt /=^ y ^d-^ L !« 10 or 15 minutes before I could summon enough nerve to go in we read the letter and told me to report the next morning for prac- Ott was a catcher then HP worked out the rest of the season m the morning and plavgd some ^ mTP TM L a " ° W ^ J--y. "The Mason City junior college face the strong Luther reserves in a basketball game here Fridaj night. J Luther nipped Mason City on its home floor, 34 to 31, in a previous contest. The Norse fresh men won after getting a late lead over the Trojans. The Trojans will send'out Max Neal, former Chapin high schoo f *(, a ??, Ray J °rgenson, veteran ol the Klemme Shamrocks, at the forward posts, with Lloyd Woodhouse m the pivot position. Jim Woodhouse returns to the guard post after an illness, while Harold McKenzy, who tied the score 3030 at Decorah with two minutes akes the other i, A^UAJUUUC uiocese in the annual state Catholic blskel- ball tournament here next week having won ti{!es in tSeir £ " V c tu' 1Sions We 3nesday night Bobby Damge put O. L V A. m the finals by his two spectacular baskets in tire last two minutes of Play, giving his team a 16 to 14 triumph over Immaculate Conception of Cedar Rapids, defending champions. It was the first Class A diocesan championship ever won by a Waterloo school pamge was named the "most valuable player to his team" n the meet and received a trophy. He scored 53 points in three §3IDBS» FIGHT RESULTS G r a w n M ' e - trraw told him was "throw awav aT r /? i ^ and P«KKtJ. You're an outfielder from now on." Ott says the first time Mc- S ^,? IJ "·"'""·nfT to him off the f.ela that he remember?^ Giants north, w a s about" five minutes out of Penn station. «, W3 f waitin sr at the end of saw Ca e» °" When ? r ° G "aw 'wel "ott'yon've hcenTunSlfi? around all spring. Do you think you're going to stay?' I sa id yes sir, I've been around this' ?£? ?? J misht as « r ell stay.' T , - ^ T =Graw laughed and I thought i a oe gone to some minor league the next morning. But I was wrong. He kept me and I Played in about 35 games." In two years Ott, then only 19 .as a Giant regular, and ever since the fortunes of the club have revolved more around the "little Lacking a game with a junior college opponent, Britt junior college will play Marshall and Swift m a second contest Friday to sharpen its attack for the state ]aysee tournament. The Cleaners were winners in tne Jocal Commercial league and runnersup in the Kiwanis Independent tournament FIGHT RESULTS Associ ated Press Second Place With End of Schedules With the h o n o r s already awarded, Marshall and Swift clinched the Mason City Commercial league basketball championship. Wednesday night by tacking on an extra victory over People's Gas and Electric company, 43 to Diamond Bread took second Place in the season's final standings by downing the Clear Lake Merchants, 56 to 24. Bob Harrer, Kiwanis all-tournament forward, popped in 16 points to pace the Cleaners, while Last Time Out MAR.-SWIFT-J13 ip G E _-7 f g f t p f f 2 0 l]Coe I 2 2 lILiltey t * 0 IJHuey c 7 2 UTratry g 3 0 4|Loterbour CarroU £ ood £ Ryan f Harrer c Hert s Martin g fg It p£ 2 2 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 O i l TOTALS 13 S 9|TOTALS 11-5 B 14; P. G. s Huey DIA. BREAD-5IJ Ransom c netcher f Jsbcr c Tohnson s Ottoway g lumphrey [CLEAR LAKE--24 se « pf 0 0 1 GLOVES STARS THINNED TO 32 Chicago Stadium Will Be Scene of Finals for Young Scrappers CHICAGO, (#)--Survivors of an original fieid of some 20,000 amateur leather tossers, 32 youthful fighters looked ahead Thursday to the golden gloves final championships to be staged March 10 at the Chicago stadium. The 32 youngsters earned places in the final round in a three-dav elimination battle which ended Wednesday night. They were the winners among 408 titlists who represented 25 states. The qualifiers: im» *?" n s-Vic Saccoia, Ddroit, Mich.; Jiuy Mtzman. Sioux City, Jowa- Willfc lloon - Chicago; Al Note. Chicago "6 Pounds--Chester Ellis. Kansas city James Joyce. Gary, Ind.; Earl Reid "»·- City, inu.; Frank Bausone, cnt- ?i'?,'?! JS ~ T S ly Ancona, DelrDit. ;.- ,,,!?,- m Parson - Danville. Ill · Chic^o ' ' Chica So: J°e Dupont; 135 Founds--Tom Moyer. Grand Rapids. M,ch; Bob Morley Sioux City. Iowa; Hoy Chtogo n ' : Johnn 5' Peasant, 147 Pounds-Jim Bivcns, Cleveland, Ohio; Vernell Williams, Garj-, Inci : J°nnny_ Pea, Davenport, Iowa; Jlllton Jones. St. Louis T.M 6 °T? ou . ndS Tr CutlIS ^Danie!r. Chicago: STM?n an ?,', D: S' enp0rtl Iowa = A1 Tlobets OMo Ezzard Charles. Cincinnati! ,,J" Pounds--Joe Murdock. Detroit Mien.; Jim Reeves. Cleveland, Ohio- Tony SIS? n ? ran l Baplds, Mich.; Shelton Bell. Dayton. Ohio. Heawveights-Tony Novak. Kansas ?!?' ?,r°' : Wallcr Bilicki, Gars-, Ind.: John Washington, Dayton, Ohio; Mike Zomplm. Cleveland, Ohio. I ULane I 2 2 llAnderson £ S 0. ItMUIer £ 1 0 1JJensen c 4 1 IJGarlock e 0 OlKniEgel g o 6 4 0 3 6 D 1 0 2 1 1 0 3 MaeDonald g 2 0 ]| TOTALS 3S 4 5ITOTAI-S Score at half: Diamond Bread n rC Kr!j lr0 rf' !: missed: Fletcher 3. John- OJIicials: Herb TempHn (ifacalcslcr. II 2 9 ; Clear Tournament Scores Rockets, Vikings Will Battle Friday in Semifinal Tilt SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Basketball Results AT CLEAR LAKE First Round Mason city 55; Roekford 18, CLASS B Marble Rock 38; Hock Palls 17 Ventura 25; Rudd 16. THURSDAY GAMES First Round CLASS A 8:10--Clear Lake vs. Nora Springs. , _ CLASS B 7:00--FIoyd vs. Plymouth. 9:20--Swaledale vs. Rockwell FBIDAX GAMES Semifinal Round CLASS B 7:30--Marble Rock vs. Ventura Sw y iel C "' PIymouth **· HockweU or C L E A R L A K E--A double champion and a set of big, handy boys from upshore moved into a semifinal clash in Class B sectional tournament contests Wednesday night. Marble Rock, winner of 19 straight games, the Twin River conference title and the Floyd county crown, kept its record without defeat Wednesday night by beating Rock Falls, 38 to 17. Ventura high school, with one of the huskiest Class B lineups Has 55-18 Victory in Rockford Game Hot Shots Win MASON The winners will semifinal contest at Friday. meet in a 7:30 p. m. Rockets Zoom CLASS B First H o u n d rs oun MABBLE HOCK-- 38JROCK FAliS-- 17 P a r h e r , ^? Si 1 Maxson £ 2 Kingery f- c 3 K. Maxson c 6 Brunner c-£ 0 Gates g-c 0 Harriett g 0 Nash B 0 Schafer g 0 l|S.Dtmton f-c 1 thrown c I 01W. Dunlon E 1 ' Justy Loterbour and Darwin Juey netted nine points for the Electrics. The Cleaners led, 24 to 6, at the half. Diamond Bread grabbed an arly lead, holding the Merchants coreless during all but 50 sec- nds of the first period, to win - game. A strengthened Mer- hants attack saw the half-score et a 19 to 14 for the Bakers. Corn Country Butter, its lineup ncomplete, forfeited to Soft Waer Service, but won a pick-up arae with the Service quintet 34 ) 33, DISTRICT 5 At Calmar CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Hav.-keye 20; HWecway 10. Ossian 21; Fort Atkinson 15. Calroar 30; Elfiin 25. At Oelwein CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Maynard 21: Winthron g. CLASS Ii-- FIRST BOUND Fairbanks 23: Oran 19. Stanley 33; Vandalia 21. 0 o . 0 'l|Heagcl E o 01 0 2 0 01 · 2 2 2| TOTALS 16 G "] TOTALS ~5 "7 ~a ·Technical foul, Brunner M°*I °' haU: Marbl ° Roch «: H '^ Free Throws missed: R. Maxson. Barnett, SchaJer 2. S. Dunton 5. One of the Rockets' co-stars of the season, Roy Maxson, functioned at his best to lead Marble Hock with 12 points, while Russ Parker, Twin River conference scoring leader, counted eight markers, four on free tosses. The Rockets set a 13 to 7 pace at the half, and held Rock Falls to a single counter, a free throw by Glenn Brown, in the third ses sion, meanwhile loosing a sharp ened attack that counted 1 points. The winners piled on th same number in the last period while Rock Falls' luck was a bi longer against reserves. ,, Erawn, the Dunton. brothers Willard and Stan, and Bob Craw divided the honors far Rock Falls _ ,, Colloton t ... Barbour i-c. K*ell I ... Major t .... Plopper f ... Humphrey c . Anderson c~g Cooper g ... Chollas g ... risbine g ... ipley p ... Shots FG 11 FT mi PF Pts. 2 3 2 4 0 0 2 0 IS TOTALS . 73 HOCKFORD--I8 Schuster I .. S h ? t 3 l r? TLohr £ 12 '» TrettJn o ... 5 ? Gruver c ..., i - o FT ITM PF ft, 1 3 1 i 1 3 3 5 --Ivln g .... o j Cun'infiham g J5 j TOTALS .. « ~j Score by Quartern- MASON crry . . .'· , 5 HOCKFORD .I."""" , « 13 II 55 18 Arnold's ark; Gordon Meeler. Waterloo.' _. . B J, AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor LAKE -- Mason _ school marched into (ho tin-n round of Class A sectional tournament competition here Wednesday night, with a 55 to 18 basketball victory over Rockford udsKetDau The Mohawk victory left the S" C \ tyans ^ th « Saturday TMtl * 5S ntest on ^hedule and either Clear Lake or Nora Springs as an opponent. springs Th TM e who have h«, Husky Vikings Jimmy drew (8). , . Vaughn, 130iJ New York. Cleveland Wallace, Snell Get \IowaStateAivards AMES--Jack 'Wallace a n d Gale Snell of Mason City have completed their first steps toward college basketball careers. Both we^ awarded freshman numerals at Iowa State college upon the conclusion of the season this week. Wallace and Snell,' enrolled in engineering, are forwards and pom won numerals in football fall. a-uuiodu j NO OTHER "MflKIN'S" TOBACCO IIKE IT' , IWTOlBUED f it JCnr fek *l.i *__^ \ (o JOY to the tongue) RINGE ALBERT THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE Florida Golfer in Lead at St. Pete's ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (ff)- Biliie Burke of Belleair, Fla faced stiff opposition Thursday in maintaining his slim margin in the fat. Petersburg open golf tournament His six-under-par 65 Wednesday gave him a one-stroke advantage at the end of the first 18 holes m the $3,000 event, but Henry Kid WordeTWallops Fast Ones to Mitt . Fla., (U.fi)_Fred- ' i 6 D , etroit Ti g rs ' . "kid wonder," began pulling gasps of envy from players of the old school Thursday with ball? season curve and speed Although warned by Manager Del Baker to "take it easy," the west coast pitching phenom once cut oose with a fast one that startled Hudy York, Tiger catcher. Fred- me tossed a few in batting practice and was given a careful examination by older players, ciudea in the «»e^T^L^^f 1?^TM*"- *~ -«x .^sww^-a^sarisa.-si^ ..^ DISTRICT 6 Al Cedar Palls CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Djko 33; Pjrkersburg U. Cedar Falls 24: Dunkorton 13. erl^W F t 3llS ' reacl " :rs HI S h 20; V/al CLASS B--FIKST ROUND Fjnchford 23; Jancsville 25. At Cresco CLASS A--FIRST ROUND New ir.-impton 24: Riccville 14. CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Orchard 23: Lime Springs 13 Elma 41; Chester 10. At Eldora CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Eldora TraininE 34; Radclilfc 32 Grundy Center 38; Aiden 34. Reinbcck 33: Iowa Fails 29. CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Whllten ·!!; Union 23. Conrad 37; New Providence 22. Hulibnrd 60; Owasa 32. At Hampton CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Durnont 26; Allison 24. Latimer 29: Popejoy 23. Thornton IS; Mescrvey J3. Chapin 20: Alexander 12. At Norlhwood CLASS B--FIRST ROUND MitcMI 31; Joicq 20. Otranto 41: Little Cedar 16. Gratton 23; Carpenter 20. At Sumner CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Shell Rock 31: Plainlicld 19. Fredericka 25: Denver 24. At Clarion _ ... CLASS A-FIRST ROUND Bntt 26: Dows 25. CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Goodell 31; Gait IT. Woodstock 30: Rowan 17. Goldficld 29; Biatrsburj! 25. At Emmetsburp _ .. CLASS A--FIRST HOU.VD Esthen-lile 62; Ruthven 8. CLASS n--FIRST HOl/NB Curlew 36; DolHver 31. Fcnton 4R; Haifa 40 Graver 22-. Esther-vine (Emmet Twp.) 21 Mallard 21; Seneca IFenton* 10. At Fort Dodge CLASS R--FIR.ST ROUND Bumsidc 30: Clare 22. tchljih 41; otho 14. At Humboldt CLASS B--FIRST ROUND DCS Molncs Township SS; Hardy 56. Rutland 35; Ware 23. At Lake Mills CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Forest City 28: Swea City 2S. Lafte Mills 34: Thompson 27 CLASS U--FIRST ROUND Crystal Lake 41: Haylicld 21. ScarvHTc 2t: Inland 14. Rake 31: Woden 21 Grant^Xownshfp 19; Bancroft 15. At Livermore CLASS B--FIRST ROU.VD ts « pi 1 0 D o a 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 CLASS B VENTUHA-25 " IRUDD--16 Ig ft pf( Peterson t 1 1 01 clay I Bowen f 5 1 OIKcrlin t Dorow c 4 0 llMessler 1 Cast c-g o 0 2|stalk (! r I o Boehnke g o o oj Pueschel c 3 Paulson B 1 I SJJohnson g 0 IKollman s 0 (Baehne g o IHelmcrs g 0 0 0 TOTALS 11 3 1| TOTALS ~7 "l ~~S Score at half: Ventura 17; Kudd -1 Free throws missed: Bowen 2. Boehnke Paulson 2. clay, messier 3. Pueschel Officials: Gordon Meetcr (Waterloo) D. C. MacKIntosh (Arnoid's Park.) Outreached at nearly every turn, Rudd high school's squad fell before th* tall Ventura Vikings as the boys from the lake shore school rolled away to a 17 to 4 lead in the first half, holding the Floyd county team scoreless during the opening quarter. Halph Bowen scored five goals in the first half and added a second-session free throw to lead his mates. Norbert Dorow counted four goals from center. Rudd was paced by Dick Messier and Aloys Pueschel in a second-half attack that pulled the Gold squad within four baskets of the winners for a brief minute in the final period. Dorow counted two of his baskets to protect the Ventura lead, matching the challenging Rudd five basket-for-basket, in the final minutes. tempts and shooting accuracy Nearly a third of Mason City's shots settled in the nt(s J Don Pickell, Mohawk scoring ^P^^-^ll tournament performers with a 16-point total Wednesday night Playing consistent basketball in his two appearances on the f i rS ^ h v I£ ? £ the contest. , n , ^° hawks were away to a 20 to 7 lead at the end of the first half, with the starting per! STM, ?kin * the be "* *n flvor nto t h e r ans r ° into the final seonng summary. . ford fonvard, counted two goals and a free throw, while Wall Trettm, shm center, added a goal and pair of free tries. Charts WRESTLING RESULTS By United press YORK--Drooktck: Murphy l on, and Michcle Leone. Italy, drew. Sports Calendar Boi-inc.. Mason City armory. Bowling. Decker Plant league. rid narn«mt SltClb!l "' b ° S ' sec " Qn:l1 'our- B ^a i U u SS,? I JSB^'-*'' ·* B ^l b ^d M s!J,{rffiJS!!'lg,fiflS5; school.) . * Bowling. Standard Oil Icairue aturttay--Basketball, boy? ' sectional tournament. sectional TMaUeys B ° W " nir ' SpCda! matcb ' B °y d Additional Sports on Market Page BOXING TONIGHT A R M O R Y Livermore 33;' Luvcrnc 21 Wesley 30; Rodman 24. At Stratford CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Webster City 40; Jewell 16. Ellra-orth 39; 3am£?is?° m " ^ A X ^ARSONS BEATEN CANTON, Mo., (P---Culver- 5 ?« Ca - g ? rs Tom ^^ *o an easy VI ? t0 ^ over Parsons of ' here It Fits The Bottom Of Your Foot! Come in and slip your Joot m this Jarman Airfiatot Shoe--feel how the special mnersole fits to the hollows on the bottom of your foot, giving a third dismensional fit! 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