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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 11 PREP CAGERS Move in on 8 DISTRICT SITES ¥ * Holy Family Wins Way to Semifinal, Stops Cherokee Squad CLASS A BATTLE SEES COMETS IN FAVORITE RANKS Hansell, Orchard in List of North Iowa Class B Hopefuls DISTRICT NO. 6 Tournament Schedule AT CEDAH FALLS · Wednesday Schedule. 6:00--Hanlontown vs. Hubbard 1:10--Charles City vs. Hampton 3:2O-^Orchard vs. Tripoli 3:30--Relnbeclt vs. Waverly Thursday Schedule 6:00--Genftseo vs. Hansell - 7:10--Cedar Falls vs. Dysart. 8-20--Orange Township vs. Plymouth. 3:30--MASON CITY vs. St. Ansgar CEDAR FALLS--It's a sudden- death battle from midweek to weekend that drew North Iowa teams to Iowa State Teachers college's basketball court Wednesday. When the final gun booms Saturday night, in the District No. 6 tournaments, two teams ·will be left to travel on for a crack at the state basketball championship. Hardly an expert was left at hand, as the opening tipoff neared, who would venture to pick the Class A and Class B winners. Comets Lead Class A The strongest record among Class A teams belongs to Charles City's Comets, undefeated outside their own Northeast Iowa conference. The Comets are double winners over Mason City this season, counting one victory by a 10- point margin. St. Ansgar, first foe for the Mohawks, earned a victory over the Mason Citj-ans in the latter team's opening game. Both Hampton and Cedar Falls have fallen before the Mohawks, the latter team losingr also to Charles City. 1 Class B teams are headed by such entries as Hansell, Franklin county tournament and confer- e n c e champion; Hanlontown, which, missed the Worth county title narrowly against Kensett's Class A entry, and Orchard, the Wapsie-Cedar conference champion. Late Season Hopefuls But late-season comers such as J Plymouth which failed to place in ; Cerro Gordo county conference E£ or tournament races, and did not "i; have an impressive Twin River t' conference record--yet m o v e d 'I into a sectional title with apparent ,' ease, may upset the applecarts of I 1 the strong teams. ij Four games are on schedule ', for each of the two early tour, nament programs, with the i same number of semifinal hat- f ties listed on-Friday night. l'( The two title contests are sched- i uled on Saturday evening. Ossian in Title Race Maroons Roll Away in Late Half of Victory Ottumwa, Dubuque, Waterloo Schools Win Quarterfinals Tournament Scores Ossian high school, which avenged one of two earlier defeats by · beating Waterville In district tournament play this season, will be one of North Iowa's representatives in girls' state basketball tournament play this week at Des Bloines. . Included in the Ossian squad, which lost to Waterville and Fann- ersburg in its only defeats of the season, are left to right: FKONT EOIV--Norms Nicholson, Ira Ntll GInapp, Gtiieva lluber, Constance Wood, Mildred Peck. BACK ROIV--Opal Jems, Arltnt Sorcide, lols Heulher, Eileen Green, Elaine llcutber. (Knyenay engraving*) North Iowa Teams Travel to Girls' State Contests '-- ' * Hansell, Ossian in HOT SHOTS ON TOP IN COURTS Rhode Island State Has "Logical" Plan to Win Cage Games KINGSTON, H. I., (U.R--T h e "live basketeers" of little Rhode Island State college staked a claim as the highest scoring basketball team in the nation, having rolled' up 1,480 points in 21 DUBUQUE--Those. husky Maroons from Holy Family ran an- I vega t 2 i other basketball opponent into the ^tegier t 4 0 ground Tuesday. The Mason City schmHt c 4 o school won from Imaculats Con- cavan'ugh g i o Di Gre'rto B 1 4 Joettes in Meet BUBUQUE--Sixteen girls' bas- , TOTALS ketball.teams will begin play here score at haU: next Wednesday for the champion |A.__IO. of the Dubuque diocese. Immaculate Conception of Dubuque is the i cravinish 6 i defending champion. St. Joseph's of Mason City will compete against St. Mary's o£ Waterloo at 2 p. m. Wednesday in | Marxer t the first round. IOWA CATHOLIC Basketball Tournament AT DUBUQUE N Second R o u n d HOLY FAMILY--33|I. C. A.--23 is ft pfi is n pt OlMcCollo'h 1 IjCosgrovc f 2|Gravintsh c 4|Rupp g l|Dugan g OiCampbeJl g |Mansfield t Izfyndtn'n c H ; M M e d .*« «""»»«. Vega, , " , ,, z. 1 c COWLING--25 |i SB ft pl| C'doviile t a 0 ~ 0 Scurry i 2 Ruth I * " ception of Cherokee, 33 to 23, tolwaish c advance to a semifinal meeting I DU« with Central of Ottumwa in the Iowa Catholic high school basket- | van fi'ke ball tournament. OiCarr L 4JCurran I 2|Bates c IjMcGuUey llHuston g \ 41 0 0 2 1 2 0 3 1 Central was runner up in the meet last year, losing to St. Ambrose of Davenport, which was eliminated In the first round of this year's contest by Holy Family. 10 5 151TOTALS halt: DowUng II; 10 10 8 Ccnlral TOTAX5 Score at iElv 11. Missed' free throws: Marxer, Ruth, Duff, Van Dyck, Link 3, Curran 2. Bates. LOR AS-- 28 1ST. PAUL'S-- 12 contests for an. average points a game. of 70.47 New York FrosK Is Hailed as Man for Cunningham's Foe NEW YORK, (U.P.)--Leslie Mac- Mitchell, New York university freshman, was touted Wednesday as the man who will beat Glenn Cunningham at a mile next year. MacMitchell, schoolboy sensation of 1938, ran a remarkable' ^ / race to win the invitation mile f'v handicap of the 102nd engineers' i' ) track meet Tuesday night. . . / Running from scratch, he broke M the taps going away in 4:15.5, a ,' blazing performance on the flat ! \ - armory boards. Most remarkable '', thing about his time was the 59.1' i second last quarter. The time is I 1.1 seconds under the pace Cun- · riingham held on the final fourth i when he set the indoor worlc ) \ record of 4:04.4 around Dart- rnouth's perfectly banked boards . Two potent factors lie behind the phenomenal scoring record of the Rhode Island team which has tallied over 78 points a game eight times this season while annexing its third consecutive new England conference title. Captain Clict Jaworski, center, who smashed two national scoring records to retain his eastern title for the third straight year, averaged 22.11 points per game. He scored 477 points to break the single year mark of 465 points set by Bank Luisetti of Stanford in 1938 by 12 points. He also established a four year average record of 18.49 which bettered Luisetti's average o£ 16.2. Factor number two was Coach Frank W. Keaney, a former major league ball player, who has coached at Rhode Island for 19 "Look at your statis- average number ot last year. PTJRDUE BOSS LAFAYETTE, Ind., (IP)--Fred Beretta of Bedford, Ind., guard will captain Purdue university' basketball team next season. years. The burly, good naturcd Keaney said, "there is no miracle to my system." "It's all plain, common sense hat any schoolboy who knows low to figure could see through," he added, ics. The shots that are made in a basketball game is from 22 to 27 per cent of the shots taken. It stands ;o reason that a team that takes more shots than its.opponens has a better chance o£ making more points." Hhode Island's offense is bull around a fast-breaking attack with emphasis on long passes anc frequent shooting. . The players are trained to shoot one handec both from stationary position ant while in motion. All five men play up the floor, abandoning any attempt at defense and concen trating only on outscoring the op position. i FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press CLEVELAND--Eddie Simms. 194. Cleve land, outpointed Dan Merrill, IMVi. Cleveland (10). Out of the Pressbox AL BY MITCHELL -Jj Bright Spots in Gloom List of Entries for Championship Play DES MOINES, 0P)--Sixteen girls' basketball teams--the pick of an original field of 472--converged on Des Moines Wednesday for the opening round Thursday night of the state girls' high school basketball championship. Led by West Bend, defending champions, the girls expected to spend most of the day working out at the Drake fieldhouse and getting the range of the hoops before they swing into action. Playing in the final rounds will be no new experience for some members of 10 o£ the teams. For the other six, however, it will be the first time in the championship tourney. Weliburg has had a team in the championship meet five times in the last six years and won the title in 1S34. Other schools which have been represented in previous championship battles are West Bend, Seymour, Lenox, Olin, Mallard, Hansell, Akron, Kamrar and Lynnville. The newcomers to the cham- ionship meet are Eddyville, Tarmington, Massena, Ossian, Van leter and West Des Moines. Smallest school represented in ifi meet is Kamrar, in Hamilton ounty, which draws its 12 players rom a total available supply of 7 girls. West Des Moines, with an nrollment o£ 405 students, is the argest school competing. 1ANSELL SQUAD SET FOR BID AT STATE LAURELS H A N S E L L -- H a n s e l l high school's undefeated girls, winners of the Franklin county conference and tournament basketball titles this season, as well as sectional and district leaders, left Wednesday for state tournament competition. The Hansell record: Hansell 59; Plainlield 22. Hanscll 30: Alexander 13. Hansel! 33; Aplington 14. Hanscll 29: Aplington 20. HansEll 36: Dows 16. Hansel! 47; Lalimnr 10. Hansell 28; Geneva 12. Hanscll 41; Hamlltons 13. Hansell 43; Chapin 13. Hanscll 2G; Sheffield 12. Hansell 34; Hampton 20. Hanscll 43; Alexander 24. Hanscll 43; Latlmcr 5. Hansell 59; Geneva 11. Hansell 33; Hamlltons 13. Hanscll 26: Hampton 30. Hansell 33; Dows 16. Hansell 56; Sheffield 8. COUNTY TOURNAMENT Hansefl 40; Hampton 23. Hanscll 43; Alexander 17. Hansell G6: Popejoy 26. SECTIONAL IOUR.VA5IENT Hanscll 56: Rcadlyn 13. Hanscll G4; Denver 13. HanseU 57; Plainfield 19. DISTRICT TOUKXAJIENT Hansell 54: Chapin IB. HanseU 34: Rock Falls 10. Hansell 23; Iowa Falls 23. IB it pf| M e . Marty 1 3 3 OlRlffle The Ottumwa team reached the I gS*°Y ° °a 1JS semifinals by-turning back Dowl-1 Tierney £ i -- · ing high of Des Moines, 30 to 25, Ml. ""rty c i in a thrilling exhibition of high Usually g o school basketball. GiniBan g o Grab Healthy Lead voicker g o o Central led 8-to 0 in the first Moran « _£_1J!] quarter, but Dowling came back TOTALS 10 B SITOTALS to tie the score. After that the[ lead changed several times until the Ottumwa team moved ahead Ig it pt IOWA PREPS SET FOR FIRST TESTS AT EIGHT MEETS 128 Squads Ready to Battle for Right to Plan in Top Event DES MOINES, (IP)--Excitement ran at fever pitch in 64 Iowa communities Wednesday. Those communities saw their boys' high school basketball teams swing into action in eight district tournaments. When Ihe tourneys end Saturday night, most of those teams will have been brushed to the sidelines by the 16 quintets which will compete in the state cage finals. The 64 teams which will see action represent half of the field of 12S teams which survived last week's sectional meets. The other 04 will start Thursday. The 16 district winners will compete for the state cage title,- beginning March 16 in Des Moines. Tast Finalists Return While coaches sought to calm their players and get them in top form for the district meets, attention centered on the progress Pat Keeps Basket Eye Sharpened Fat Laughlin, who scared 30 points to set a local individual record for a single basketball game when he played with Holy Family high school, has kept his shooting eye sharp. He won the annual T. M. C. A. basket-shooting contest, it was announced Wednesday, with a .new record total of 29 goals in 50 shots. midway in the final period and was never caught again. Holy Family's 23rd consecutive victory was a onesided same after the first period. The Mason City quintet trailed 8 to 4 at the end 01 the first quarter, moved ahead 14 to 10 at the half and then continued to widen the margin without serious threat] from the Cherokee team. 0|ErU 2 KSalHing g HFrelburg g 'J\ II Score- at half: Loras 15. St. Paul's 1. free throws: Me. Marty 2, Car kcr 2. imran. Rime 3, Eadcs, Erti, saii- Officials: Harper (Coc), Winter (Grin- nellj. Our Lady ot Victory (Waterloo) Joseph's (Dunlap) 0 (forfeit). for National Play CHICAGO, (U.R)--The midwest selection committee for the N. C A. A. basketball tournament at CLOSE GAMES IN KEG WHEEL Maple Inn Leads in Scoring as Winners Take Pairs Only Mason City league bowling teams played 'em close to thei vests Tuesday night as leagu competition wound up for th Home Squad Easy Winner Loras academy experienced no, difficulty disposing o£ St. Paul's Philadelphia announced selection of Burlington, 28 to 12, Tuesday ° f Qhio State's Big Ten cham- · pions. The selection was made from among teams in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. Survivors of four-team meets at Philadelphia and San Francisco meet for the N. C. A. A. championship at Evanston March 7. night. Loi'as used reserves much of the time, held a 15 to 1 lead at the end of the first half and was never threatened. Burlington's entry was held to one free throw br Joe Riffle in the first half. The visitors collected only three field goals in the same, all of them by .Riffle. Our Lady of Victory of Waterloo advanced to the semifinals when St. Joseph's .,of Dunlap forfeited because of sickness in that community. likely to be made by 11 o£ 1938's state finalists which are among the teams battling this weekend. Leading the teams into battle wili be Pop Varner's colorful diagonal Class B team--defend- inp; state champions. They face Menlo in the first game of the district 8 meet at Creston. Other 1938 finalists which will see action are Holfe, runnerup to Diagonal, and Ames, Mitchellville, Ute, Bennett, Cedar Falls, Council Bluffs (Abraham Lincoln), Everly, Melrose and Webster City. Mohawks in Champ List _ The former state champions still Next Sunday wiu te the las in this year's contest include, m available f o r ope n bowling at th addition to Diagonal, Melrose, 1937 Boyd alleys Jor a mont h, it wa winners; Ames, 193E; Mason City, armounced Wednesday by Hans G 1935; Des Moines (Roosevelt) p h manager o£ 1933; Grinnell, 1922; Boone, 1920- ]anes ' 1921-1931; Fort Dodge, 1919, and' Ottumwa, 1915-1928. Ticking favorites was a flaring business on the eve of the district meets, the so-called experts agreed. In several of the past tourna- IOWA STAR GETS THIRD RANK FOR BIG TEN SEASON Ben Stephens Rated With Best in League Scoring Contest CHICAGO, (.#)--The championship and cellar teams of the Big Ten contributed the standout point-makers of the basketball season which ended Monday night. Ohio State's title live furnished Jimmy Hull, captain and forward, as the leading scorer--his 169 points in 11 games giving him first place by 18 points. He missed one game because of illness but still managed to score more than a third of his team's markers, averaging 15.4 points a game. Little less brilliant was the performance of Ben Stephens, :aptaln and forward of the cel- ar Hawkeycs. Stephens, out of wo games because of flu, scored 135 points in 10 engagements for third place. Between EIulI and the Iowa star was Lewis (Pick) Dehner, Illinois center who scored 151 markers in 12 games. Dehner led In shooting free throws, missing only 13 in 67 tries. Illinois, Ohio State and Indiana anded two men each among the irst ten sharpshooters, North- vestern, Chicago and Michigan jeing without representation on the list. The most points scored in a ingle contest this season was 28, registered by Bill Menke, Indiana's sophomore center. A point Behind was Hull. ,, »_,,,,, ri,,// Mf/laCtl/S f llll the loca Re-Name Officers of North Central Sportsrnen's Club Leo Berry was re-elected president, and all other officers were named for another year, at the annual business meeting of the North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club Tuesday night. Max Minott is vice-president Les Valentine, secretary; L. A Page, treasurer and representative to the National Wild Life federation, and E. C. Tubbesing, his torian. Charles Cornwell was newly lected to the board o£ directors vhiie others holding similar posi ions are: Dr. R. F. Kunz, Dr. B. C Wiggins, M. F. Zack and Herman Bruns. The club approved a pheasant raising project and collected $2 n funds to carry it out. lowans may prefer to forget the dismal aspects of the University , o£ Iowa's Big Ten basketball season . . . such as the-record of three i i wins and nine losses for tenth and last place in the final standing. / ' But they can well remember numerous individual and team fr i feats which slow in the gloom like this proverbial lighthouse. f \ * » « * * * f i Here are some of them which have gone into the records of the i Q« 1938-39 season: , Wj The new Iowa team scoring record for a Big Ten game, 49 points L i against Purdue, the defending champion, breaking the record of 48 ' Inb made last year against Indiana. T ,' ' The scoringr of Cspt. Ben Stephens, despite a hand ininry, two 1 / Vflu attacks, and a bad leg. He made 215 points in 16 games, brcak- ·, ins his own Iowa all-game mark of 185. Stephens sank 7(1 field ; goals and made 75 free throws with 31 missed. The occasional bursts of great team play and shooting skill which, ° for instance, built up a 17-point lead on Purdue and a 23-point mar- 777 gin on Northwestern at one stage of the games, two of the biggest f '; leads Iowa piled up on a league foe in years. 1 The attendance, 118,100 in 19 frames, second-largest in Iowa history and exceeded only by the 132,800 in 1333-34. The Michigan i game crowd, 11,500, \vas the third-largest ever to appear in the field honsc. Stephens' third place among conference individual scorers with ^ 135 points in 10 games. Since Jack Funk of Mason City led the I league in }923, no lowan has ranked better than fourth, a * « * * * It's a strange fact that Iowa scored the same conference total, ' 417 points, as last year, when six games were won and six lost. And 1C 1 for the first time Unce 1926, a record of three wins and nine losses t meant no better than last place. scheduled for Sunday, March 1 while the Lyons Classic will 1 bowled on the local hardwood f three consecutive weekends, o ening Saturday, March 25. The first ten scorers: FG FT PFFTM TI Hull, Ohio State.. 66 37 9 18 169 Dehner. Illinois . . 5 4 43 20 13 Stephens, Iowa .. 47 W. Mcnke. Indiana 45 Hapac. Illinois ... 43 Kindla, Minnesota 49 Dupee. Wisconsin 33 . Schlek, Ohio State 44 , fgney, Purdue Andres, Indiana . 41 27 32 18 32 9 12 9 151 135 119 118 116 Kt ments, teams unnoticed by the ex- | week, with Mapje ^Inn, Cpca_Cola, perts suddenly showed up in the "*--'-- " J "--'---'- '-«·-- championship times won. round--and some- 3y Slapnicka Says Vade Talk No Good NEW ORLEANS, U.R -- C. C. lapnicka, vice president of the C l e v e l a n d Indians, declared Vednesday that all trade nego- ations for infield talent were off nd that his team would stand at unless other clubs upped their ffers. His statement quieted reports of mminent trades with the St. Louis Browns and Detroit Tigers and vas considered a virtual assignment of the shortstop position to limmy Webb. Lyn Nary, who held down the post last year, still is a toldout along with Outfielder Sari Averill, Catcher Frankie Pytlak, and two others. Dog Helps Pal as Coach Loses Hold, Part of Trousers EVANSTON, 111., (U.R)~Wedge, a huge brown Chesapeake bay retriever, was under police surveillance Wednesday because he helped a friend in need. For three years Wedge, mascot of the Northwestern university Wranglers' club residence, has romped almost daily with Nick Cutlich, resident of the Sigma Nu house next door. Wedge wandered into the university gymnasium late Tuesday just as Wrestling Coach Wesley Brown was pinning Cutlich with a headlock. Brown suffered a bitten lip and lost part of his lights before Cutlich could dissuade his rescuer. Tyler-Ryan and Decker's Office each winning pairs. Lyons Cleaners, The Hub, Kozy Korner and Blue Ribbon took the single contests. High squad for the night was Maple Inn, with 2,875 pins, while Coca Cola rolled up a 2,776 total. Joe Morks' 244 single and 587 series aided in building the leaders' figure. MAPLE INN Playert-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. C. Eggert 169 202 175 54S 1B2 E. Egsert 180 154 132 466 155 Baker 193 160 178 537 173 Larson 171 193 178 54T 182 Morks 190 2-14 153 587 136 Boston Bruins Win National Ice Race B O S T O N , U.P--The Boston Bruins clinched the National Hockey league title - when they blanked the Detroit Bed Wings 3 to 0 for their 32nd victory of the season Tuesday night. It gave them 66 points, leaving the New York Rangers no mathematical possibility of catching up. Flash Hollett scored on a solo dash in the second period to give Boston the margin needed behind Frankie Brimsek's superb goaltending. The standings: Actual Pins ... 803 064 Handicap ..... 64 64 816 64 26S3 192 Total Pins ...... 967 1028 880 2875 958 K O Z X KORN'EB Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. W. Duncan ..... 178 143 191 514 111 E Humphrey ... 184 170 153 507 169 J. Duncan ...... 153 113 170 436 H5 Toinby ...... ---- 174 158 206 538 179 P. Duncan ...... 167 163 175 510 170 Boston 32 Rangers 23 Americans Toi-onto ... Detroit .... Canadlcfts Chicago 12 13 18 19 22 22 23 T. 2 S ID 9 6 Actual Pins Handicap .. . 850 754 895 2505 264 835 Hansell Plans for Bid OSSIAN CAGERS ON WAY TO FINALS TOURNAMENT OSSIAN--A newcomer to the state finals session of the Iowa girls' basketball tournament, Os sian high school's squad left her Wednesday for Des Moines. Os 5ian, defeated by two foes thi season, avenged one of those vie tories in district tournament pla to present a strong record. The Ossian record: Farmersbun: 30; Ossiar. 19. Osstati 31; Harper's Fciry 2G. Ossian 62; Fort Atkinson 37. Ossian 43; Lime Springs 28. Ossian 41: Protivin 26. Ossian £; Harper's Ferry 22. Ossian 45; Lime Springs 18. Ossian 42; Watcrville 33. Ossian 4S; Lansing 16. Ossian. 32; Waterville 42. Ossian 43; Calmar 24. Ossian 17; Farmcrsburg 22. Ossian 29; Fort Atkinson 1*. Ossian 57; Ridgeway 19, Ossian 42; Lansing 25. Ossian 39; Calmar 18. Os5ian 44: Protivin 17. SECTIONAL TOr-RXAMEXT Ossian 44; Lansing 23. Ossian 35: Calmar 26. Ossifln 54: Lime Sprincs 25. DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Ossian 39: Delhi 37. Ofslan 39; Walerville 37. Ossian. S3; Stanley 46. -ocal League Stars Get Y.M.D. Basket Tropny at Meeting Presentation of the Young Men's Division basketball league trophy to Don Anderson, captain of the Swift and Company squad, was made at the Y. M. C. A. this week, it was announced Wednesday. A stag party and a basketball fundamentals motion picture were included in the program. Pat Laughlin won the annual basKet-shooting contest, with a record of 29 goals in 50 shots, eclipsing Mickey MacDonald's former total of 26. Other leaders were Don Rholl, 28; Don Anderson, 25; Bill Nordstrom, 25, and Harold Skalicky, 24. Sports Calendar Wednesday--Basketball. Stale Catholic hififc school tournament. Dubuquc. Basketball, state Junior college tournament. Boone. Basketball. North lo-wa district tournaments, Cedar Falls. Webster City. Bowling. "Women's league. Thursday--Basketball. State junior college tournament. Boone. Basketball. North Iowa district tournaments. Cedar Falls, Webster City. Basketball, State girls' high school tournament. DCS Moines. Boa-ling, Decker Plant league. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press SEATTLE-- AI Hostak. 139. Seattle, former middleweight champion, knocked out Johnny Erjavcc, 157^;. Chicago 3. Total Pins 944 842 9W 27B9 H33 COCA COI.A Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Melcholr 148 214 209 571 190 Schmidt ... . 1BQ 145 163 503 168 Hlley 171 179 201 Ryan 1S3 136 103 Slrom 170 150 163 52 42 41 15 33 32 BIG GREEN WINS PRINCETON, N. J., (U.R--Dart- mouth clinched the eastern intercollegiate basketball title by defeating Princeton 38 to 33 after coming from behind an eight- point deficit at half time Tuesday night. 551 184 548 133 495 165 Actual Pins Handicap B78 36 850 36 940 36 2658 108 Otal Pins ...... 914 886 976 2776 Si I.TONS CLEANERS Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. ·Neil .......... ISO 170 203 553 184 ocan .... ...... 152 176 140 474 158 urrneistcr ..... 138 126 143 407 136 yons .......... 159 180 158 497 166 erg ............ 172 197 175 5«4 181 Actual Pins ... BOX "849 825 2475 825 Handicap ..... 57 57 57 171 57 Otal Pins ...... 858 906 882 2646 882 Players-V. Steplian E. Stcphan Oliver . 178 tevenson 178 THE HUB 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. ... 122 127 133 387 129 ... 83 148 163 401 134 136 HI 141 120 kcnbcrry ....... 140 138 210 Actual Pins Handicap Total Pins 690 804 134 134 465 439 488 2200 402 840 824 938 2602 86 Players -- 1st B. Duncan ...... 167 Walsh ........... 184 Pusch ...,, ...... 200 Tyler ---- ,· ...... 139 Johnson .. ...... 192 253 2nd 3rd Total A\ 144 148 459 15 175 194 S53 18 114 166 Actual Pins Handicap ,. . 882 .802 . 66 65 181 140 142 803 66 493 445 S37 1489 193 17 Total Pins 948 871 2687 896 Playcrs- M. Kaulman . Fall Lindsay MacDonald ... Bonker ....... DECKER OFFICE 1st 2nd 3rd Total A 122 168 160 450 1 ISO 178 18.J 543 1 173 150 1S2 503 1 13. 204 172 511 1 169 111 147 487 163 FISHING SEASON IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER Have your outboard motor repaired and tuned up now by factory trained mechanics with 12 years" experience on all makes. See Johnson's new miracle motor now on display. Actual Pins Handicap .. . 779 . 55 871 55 2496 160 Hansell high school, one of Iowa's strong girls' basketball competitors in season after season, will be shooting at the top step of the state tournament laddci- this week, with a clear record behind it. Included in the Hanscll squad, which has four seasons of sectional titles behind it, are left to right: SEATED--Virjcini* Harris, norothy CrawIftriS, Helen V«r. lloulcn. Violelte Letter. STANDING--Rojtlll BiehUn-.cler, CaPl. JUrlyi Hirlfr.vr. ( K i y c n i y en- Total Pins 834 926 901 2661 887 BLUE B1BBOX Players-- Lit 2nd 3rd Total f\: Har.scn 170 139 2U 520 173 Caponi 146 185 120 451 ISO Christianson .... 116 151 171 43S 146 rjunton 144 170 159 433 161 Wolslic 143 160 164 493 164 Actual Pins Handicap .. 719 811 81 23W 243 .800 B31 »36 2628 875

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