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FRIDAY, MAKCH 10, 193SI MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MOHAWKS and TIGERS Face District Cage Scrap * * . * * * * * . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 5-^5 * * * * * * £ - * Plymouth Wins Way to Semifinals in Cedar Falls Net Tussle JAYS LOSE SPOT IN CONTEST FOR IOWA GAGE TITLE Graceland Wins Game With Mason Cityans in Boone Tourney Tournament Scores IOWA JUNIOR COLLEGE State Tournament AT BOONE Second Bound MASOH CITY--23 |QRACELAND-^9 *g it pfi fr it pi Jfeal f I I 4IJenningi t 9 3 3 Green 1 0 1 11 Baldwin f 4 X 4 Jorgenson t i t OIFergusoa t 0 o 2 Peterson I 0 0 1 Maske c 3 1 2 L. W'dh'se c 4 1 1 Harder g 0 0 2 McDonald- c 0 0 3 Anderson g 0 0 1 B. Challas g 0 « HReiss g 0 3 1 J. W'dh'se E 1 2 4| McKcnzle g 3 0 3 TOTALS 30 8 18|TOTAI.S 16 S-1S Score 'at half: Graceland 21; Mason City 18.. Free throws missed: Jennings, Baldwin 4. Masske, Ferguson 3, Reiss 5, Neal 4, Green 5, 3. Woodhouse, Jorgenson, Challas. Officials: BeckermaB. Young (Des Moines). St. Ansgar Falls Before Mason City Prep Cagers Cedar Falls Wins Class A Scrap, Hansell Drops Out of Running in Class B District Contest By At MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor CEDAR FALLS--Semilinal battles were at hand Friday in the District No. 6 high school basketball tournament, with four Class A opponents of the past season thinking over old records and planning upsets or repeat victories. Four other teams which have never before met on the court were paired in.the Class B contests, following Thursday night contests. The schedule: Class B: 6 p. m.--Hubbard vs. Tripoli; 8:20 p. m.--Plymouth vs. Geneseo. Class A: 7:10 p. m.--Charles City vs. Waverly; 9:30 p. m.-- Mason City vs. Cedar Falls. Scores of the Thursday program were: Geneseo 26; Hansell 19 Cedar Falls 32; Dysart 20 Plymouth 16; Orange Township 14 Mason City 41; St. Ansgar 11 Alb] a 28; Britt 26. Chariton 51; Emmelsburg «. Tipton 36: Washington 33. Waldorf 51; Sheldon 32. Northwestern 40; Red Oak 26. Burlington 63; Creston 36. Muscat ine 46; Fort Dodge 38. Eyes on Targets MASON CITY--41 Shots FG FT FTM PP Els. 13 1 BOONE, OP)--Burlington and Graceland, two of the favorites to replace Mason City as the champion, will clash in the feature quarterfinal contest of the State Junior College Basketball tournament here. Waldorf of Forest City and Muscatine, also well liked by tournament dopesters, will meet in the second game on the program. The card also has Albia play- toe Chariton and Northwestern of Orange City tackling Tiptou. Burlington turned in the second highest score of the tournament by walloping Creston 63 to 36 in a second round game Thursday night. The southeast Iowa club jumped into the lead at the start - and never relented in piling iip its high score. It was ahead 32 to 22 . at the half and had increased its advantage, to 53.to 32 at the end ol the third period.' The scoring was well distributed, Hertzler, a center, leading with 14 points. Graceland shot into the quarterfinals with a 40 to 28 decision over Mason City, the 1938 champion. The Lamoni school con- Pickell £ Major I . CoHoton f - g 0 Plopper £ ... 2 Humphrey c 5 Anderson c .. 5 Gordon c .... 0 Shipley g ... 1 Brisbinc g .. 3 Barbour g .. 6 Cooper 6 10 Challas g -1 4 TOTALS , _ 66 ST. ANSGAR--11 Shots Halvorson f . · 6 R. Miller I E. Miller J Schrader £ Christensen c Perpu g Packard g .- Slalchert g .. 0 FT FTM PF Pis. 2 1 3 2 0 0 Defense Experts 10 10 11 trolled the game all the way. Waldorf defeated Sheldon, 51 to 32, and Muscatine snuffed out Fort Dodge's hopes, 46 to 38. Albia advanced with a 28 to 26 triumph over Britt and Chariton eliminated Emmetsburg, 51 to 4G. The semifinals will be played Saturday and the final Saturday night Diamond Bread Wins in Northwood Game N O R T H W O O D -- Diamond Bread of Mason City, Worth Iowa independent basketball champion, defeated Northwood, 64 to 37, in a game here Thursday night. TOTALS - . 2 8 2 Score by quarters: MASON CITY 12 22 33 41 ST. ANSGAB 3 7 8 11 Officials: Karl Greenlee (Des Moines), Don Pemble IBurlington). The oldest and surest way ol winning a basketball game put Mason City into the semifinal bracket Thursday night, as the Mohawks bowled past St. Ansgar high school. Bob BrisMne and Maurice Cooper, splitting the nets from beyond the Saint defensive lines, clinched the contest quickly, after what started to be a tough defensive session. Early fouls cost the Saints three points, and -the firing started as Cooper swished two goals from, far away. Mason City led, 12 to 3, at the first period, and 22 to 7 at the half, with Cooper scoring all his eight points in the early sessions. St. Ansgar did not score from the field until Eddie Miller scaled a high archer into the west ring in the second period. He added the Saints' only other goal a moment later. But for free throws in the last nine minutes, the Saints went scoreless the rest of the game, while Mason City was building a 33 to 8 lead at the third session's end, and a 41 to 11 final score. CLASS B First Bound HANSEL!^--19 | GENESEO--26 tg it pf! ig It Pf Garrett I 0 0 OJ Thomas f 7 0 0 D. Han'k l-c 0 0 liStoakes £ 0 0 0 Murphy t 1-1 0 Beck f-c 1 1 2 Morgan f 1 0 olwilkinson c 0 0 I Van K'ten c 2 1 4|Strohbchn g 0 0 4 Jackson g 3 0 o;Lockard g 0 1 0 Tucker E 1 1 1 | Mitchell g 4 0 1 R. Han'ck g 0 0 0] TOTALS 8 3 6j TOTALS 12 2 8 Score at hal£: Geneseo H; Hansell 6. Free throws missed: Murphy. Van Houten 3. Jackson, Tucker, Beck 2, Mitchell 2. One of the tightest zone defenses of the Class B tournament baffled Hansell Thursday night as the Franklin county champions slipped out of the tournament in favor of Geneseo township. A southpaw sharpshooter, Myron Thomas, who accounted for 14 points, led the winning cagers, who represent the Waterloo sector in their meet. Bob Jackson's three late goals kept Hansell in the game briefly, but a four-basket lead huilt by Thomas in the opening minutes was too much to heat. It Was Close! CLASS B First Rotmtf PLYMOUTH-- 16 [ORANGE TWP.-- 11 fe « pfi te it pf lm f 5 0 3 E. I-ichty 1 0 1 2 Helmer t 0 0 1 W. IJchtyf 0 0 0 Claus £ 1 0 1 shaulis f 0 0 3 Carmony c 1 0 l|Rol)S£Olow c 2 0 1 Reynolds g 0 0 llStokes c 2 2 0 Wlllford g 0 2 3'Fiickinirer g 1 1 0 |Barrows g 0 0 1 7 G 10JTOTALS 4 7 Score at half: Orange Township 10; Plymouth 8. Free throws missed: Helm 4. Glaus. Carmody. WiUford, E. Lichty, Shaulis. Rousselow. Stokes. Officials: Karl Gteentee (Des Moines); Eon Pemble [Burlington). GREENE COACH GOES G R E E 1ST E -- Ray Schrody, Greene high school coach, has resigned at the local school and expects to take another coaching position in the future. Mason Cityans Win in Rockwell Scrap ROCKWELL -- Montgomery- Ward's independent basketball team of Mason City defeated Hockwell 32 to 13 here Thursday night. John Siesseger led the scoring for the Mason Cityans with 14 points. The slim marksman of Plymouth high school's lineup went right back to work Thursday night to save the tightest ball game of the entire tournament. Dale Helm, who paced his squad t h r o u g h sectional tournament play, put the- Cerro Gordo boys in the semifinals with a 10-point scoring total, and picked the tightest spots of the contest for his marksmanship display. He tied the score at 8-8 just before the half, with a one-hand poke, tied it again at 10-10 after Geneseo had counted to take a brief lead, and cracked in two more goals during the final session, to earn a 13-13 tie and a 15 to 13 lead that was unchanged by a free toss for each team. Out of the Pressbox BY AL MlTCHat AT' otes From a Big 'Evening CEDAR FALLS Friday Iowa Track Coach May Be With Team IOWA CITY, eorge Bres- LeRoy Austin Chief Cook-and-Bottle Washer Pro Tern Sports Department, Globe-Gazette Dear LeRoy: Well, there's another big evening gone into the books, watching the basketball teams battle lor district championships. And a successful one, too . . . from the old home town's viewpoint. * * » t * a Gosh, Hansell didn't have much luck with Geneseo township's zone defense in their game Thursday night. The Geneseo boys were big and plenty mobile. They play their zone back within 20 feet of the basket all the time. Of course, a long-shot expert at guard can beat a game like that. Remember what Walley Gaddis did to your alma mater in 1933? But the Hansell boys couldn't quite find the range . . . that is, until Bob Jackson cracked the west net with a 40- foot beauty, early in the second half. * * * a « * We sat in "typewriter row" Thursday night and snickered . . . every time the gim banged at the end of a quarter, a dozen or so gals down below lost their hats. * * * « s » Never have I seen so many shoe laces come untied as in the first half of the Cedar Falls-Dysart game . . . things certainly looked tough for the Tigers during the first few minutes, even though they'd started the scoring with a free throw. Harry Burrell offers another idea , . . that Dysart didn't want to waste time out periods to rest, but was stretching the time allowed for free throws by yanking the shoestrings loose. Maybe he'll quit being publicity man for State Teachers and get a job coaching, some day. * · * * » * He did say something else, too ... that, in spite of all reports to the contrary, the official paid attendance here Wednesday night was a shade over 1,500. We'd guessed that twice that many were packed into the gymnasium, but apparently everyone was shooting a little high. Figures for Thursday night showed an official paid attendance of 1,936, but there were plenty of extras , . , good seats were hard to find after the opening game was half under way, and plentiful after the first half o£ the Mohawk-Saint tussle. It was Dale Helm, the "thin man," who saved Plymouth in the neighbors' game with Orange township Thursday night . . . first he stuck away a pivot shot, and then he dribbled up for a one-handed fast pitch that spun off the backboard and fairly exploded into the net. Well, guess that takes i t . . . see you later. AL V nahan, University of Iowa track coach, said he might go to Chicago Saturday to direct the Hawkeye trackmen in the Big Ten indoor meet if he continues his present rate of recovery from an attack of influenza. He did not plan to leave with the team. Fred Teufel, dash man on the squad, also is confined to bed. DiMaggio Clouts Four Singles, Scores Four ST. PETEHSBURG, Fla., OJ.R)-- This will be the first year that Joe Di Maggio has gone through the full training season and it may send him off to his best season. In Thursday's intra-camp game he clouted four singles in five trips and scored every time he got on base to pace the Hegrigs to a 7 to 5 victory over the Dickeys. STAR TRIO TOPS BIDS OF WOLVES IN BIG TEN TEST Huskies May Shave World Records With Track Performance By STEVE SNIDER United Press Staff Correspondent CHICAGO, (U.R)--Three huskies capable' of near world record performances established Michigan an overwhelming favorite Friday to run away with its sixth straight Big Ten indoor track championship. In other'years, the secret of Michigan's dominance was sheer power in every event. The Wolverines still have it, but for added title insurance they also have Biff Bill Watson, Elmer Gedeon and Ralph Schwarzkopf--three consistent record breakers. Gedeon, long-limbed hurdler and football star, is the first of the three to face his test in the 1939 conference meet. Preliminaries in four events were scheduled Friday and Gedeon easily tops the field in the 70 yard high hurdles. Watson Nearest Record Trial heats in the 60-yard dash, 440-yard dash, and 880-yard run. also will be held. ' Of the three, Watson apparently has the best chance to set a new conference record. The Negro star, captain of the five-time champions, set the meet record of 50 feet, 4'/i inches ss a sophomore and has tossed the shot more than a foot farther in dual competition already this season. In several other meets he went over the 51-foot mark. Gedeon, heavy favorite in the hurdles, tied a world record in the Illinois Eelays last year, then won the Big Ten title despite an injury. His job of cracking the 70-yard hurdle mark is considerably harder than Watson's since the present record of .08.5, set by Lee Sentman of Illinois, has stood since 1930. It is the oldest conference record on the books. Two-Mile Mark Seen Schwarzkopf, a fine two-miler, was favored to set a new mark at his favorite distance although the defending champion and record holder will be in the race. Champion Walter Mehl, Wisconsin captain, has had better luck in the mile than at two miles this season. Schwarzkopf, with a mark of 3:15.8 to his credit, has bettered Mehl's meet record. · aiehl, however, may be the man to end Michigan's all-time record stranglehold on the team title. If he can defeat Schwarzkopf in the two mile and pick up his expected victory in the mile, Wisconsin virtually will be assured of three firsts since Milt Padway is the class of the pole vault field. Padway has come within 2% inches of the world record set in 1937 by George Varoff of Oregon. · Bowlers Open Big Tussle for A. B.C. Titles, Prize CasK CLEVELAND. (U.R1--Four complete squads of 128 teams from Dayton, Syracuse, Detroit and Cleveland, will attempt to dethrone the leading Penn Batteries, New Philadelphia, from the top spot in the American Bowling Congress y/orld championships. Performing on the curtain-raising program, the New Philadelphia entry took possession temporarily of the top spot in collecting games of 866-987-939. The 2,792 total was expected to come in for at least a small slice of the $181,000 prize melon. ' Harley Davidsons of Lima, Ohio, turned in high team game, 1017, and climbed to third berth with a 2,717 total. A total entry of 4,145 five-man teams, 8,349 doubles pairs and 16,- Cub Uniforms for Ex-Giants Shown here in their new Chicago Cub uniforms at spring train- ins headquarters on Catalina island are three ex-members of the New York Giants who were traded to Chicago tn a six-player deal during the winter. Left to right: Shortstop Dick Bartell, Outfielder Hank Liebef and Catcher Gus Mancuso. Pitt Runners Choice for Win in Notre Dame Event BIG SIX ACES IN CLOSE VOTE All-Star Team Is Chosen in Wildest Balloting Battle ALL.-BIG SIX TEAMS (Ily Tbe Associated Press) FIRST TEA5I SECOND TEAM McNatt, OWasome F Kelrsey, Missour Harris. loxva State T Englernan. Kansa Wescbe. Kans. St. C Nicholas. Iowa State Irish Weakened by Graduation, Lose Favor of Pickers Carlos, Kansas Lobsiger, Missouri G Werner, JSTcbraska JMesch, Oklahoma HONORABLE MENTION Forwards: Ralph Miller, Kansas; Garnett Corbin, Oklahoma: Ervin Hold. Kansas State; William Kovanda, Nebraska. Center: Herbert Schcffler. Oklahoma. Guards: Hal Halsted. Missouri; Don Fitz. Nebraska; Robert fllenzo, Iowa State. KANSAS CITY, W)--The wild scramble for the Big Six basketball title, finally shared by Missouri and Oklahoma, was carried right on through the selection of the all-star teams by the 24 coaches, newspapermen and officials polled by the Associated Press. Only two players, Jimmy McNatt of Oklahoma and John Lobsiger of Missouri, were unanimous choices. Despite Homer Wesche's point making activities for the last-place Kansas State team, several of the electors favored other athletes for the pivot post. SOUTH BEND, Ind., (U.R)--A record field of 221 athletes from 15 colleges opened an assault on six of 11 meet records in preliminary heats of the 13th annua central collegiate conference in door track championships. Champions or former cham pions will compete in every even but the 60-yard high hurdles. Pittsburgh, led by Olympi veteran, John Woodruff, was strong favorite to capture th team title now held by Notre Dame. The Irish lost heavily through graduation. Woodruff, back in competition for the first time since he sprained an ankle recently, gets his first workout Friday night in preliminaries of the 440 yard dash and half-mile. He is the defending champion and again the favorite. Wilbur Greer, Michigan State's greatest sprinter, heads the 60- yard dash field in the preliminaries, Bob Shurilla of Marcjuette heads the high and low hurdle group, and Elmer Hackney of Kansas tops the shot putters. All final events will be held Saturday afternoon. 1938 Champs, Hansell Win in Iowa Test Girls' Meet Reaches Quarterfinal Round at Drake University DES MOINES, /P)--Eight girls' high school basketball teams, including West Bend, the 1938 champion, swung into the quarterfinal round of toe state championship tournament here. The 1938 titleholders, who stopped Van Meter, 41 to 29, in a first round battle Thursday night, were matched with Massena's hustling sextet. ISIassena earned its shot at the champions by edging out Ossian, 24 to 22. Sharing interest with the West Bend-Massena contest in the schedule was the Farmington- Lynnville clash. Farmington Wins Upset Farmington provided the one mild upset of the first round by defeating Akron, 32 to 26, in the opening game of the tournament. Lynnvllle pushed by Kamrar, 28 to 26, in another bitterly fought engagement. Lenox, the 1938 ruimcrup, and Hansell, a popular tournament team, will meet in the quarterfinals. They will be followed by Olin, consolation winner last winter, and Wellsburg, a frequent participant in the championship tournament. Lenox went into the quarter- mals by nipping Mallard, 37 to 5, in one 'of the most exciting ·ames of the first round. It was le first defeat of the season for lallard, which staged a remark- hie second half comeback to ome within three points of pass- ng its rival. Hansell Has Trouble Hansell also had trouble in the irst round, finally downing Eddy- viile, 34 to 25. Olin, rated highly this season, clipped Seymour, 32 to 25, and TV'eHsburg found West Des Moines a surprisingly rugged opponent, barely winning by a 35 to 34 count. Tournament officials said record-breaking crowds witnessed the first round contests, 3,500 persons attending Thursday night's session. NO DULL SCRAPS AHEAD AS STARS PLAY FOR TITLES 64 Squads Risk Hopes for State Honors in Semifinals Contests By IKE SKELLEV Associated Press Sports Writer D E S M O I N E S , (/P)--There won't be a dull minute in Iowa's eight district high school basketball tournaments as 64 teams, safely by first round play, risk their title chances in the exacting semifinals competition. The 32 wlnninsr teams will shoot Into Saturday night's final rounds, out of which will come the 16 qualifiers for the championship tournament at Des Moines starting; next Thursday. The earlier schedule was dotted with engagements bringing renewals of old rivalries. Clinton and Iowa City, bitter Mississippi V a l l e y conference foes, clashed in the first district at Iowa City, the victor likely to get a shot at Fort Madison in the final round. Fort Madison had Wilton Junction for a semifinal opponent and was expected to clear that hurdle without too much trouble. Clinton Pulls Throttle Clinton, noted as a defensive power, turned to offensive tactics Thursday night to hand Fairfield a 39 to 27 setback. Iowa ?ity followed that contest with a 37 to 22 decision over Washington. Ames and Marshalltown, whose Central Iowa conference warfare extends back many years, got together again in the semifinal Class A feature at Mar- shalitown. Ames, the 1936 champion, defeated Chariton, 25 to 17, and Marshalllown turned back Ottumwa, 26 to 15, Thursday nicht. Much attention will be devoted to the eighth district where Sac City and Sibley are the main attractions at Orange City. Sac City Charles Hoyt Named as Yale Track Coach NEW HAVEN, Conn., (/Pi- Charles B. Hoyt of the University of Michigan athletic staff, was named track coach and trainer for the football team at Yale. lie has held similar posts at Michigan the last 16 years. Hoyt, a native of Greenfield, Iowa, is. a graduate of Grinnell college and once was athletic director at Sioux City (Central) high school. Des Moines Towels Win A. A. U. Tussle 809 s i n g l e s performers reached for the meet. SET 1940 SITE DUBUQUE, (ff) _ The state board in charge of the Iowa Catholic high school basketball tournament announced the 1940 meet would be held under the auspices was j of the Sioux City diocesan asso- I ciation. OMAHA, W)-- The Des Moines Clean Towels wiped the floor clean of opposition Thursday night to win the midwest A. A. U. basketball tourney and qualify for play in the national tourney at Denver. With Chuck Orebaugh, former Drake star, setting the pace, toe Towels walloped the Sioux City Spartans, 34 to 23, in a semifinal game and then beat Ogallala, Nebr., 33 to 28, for the title. Ogallala edged out the Sioux City Tribune team, 32 to 31, in the other semifinal. Joe Medwick Missed as Cardinals Work DEFEND CROWN C H I C A G O , m -- Michigan opened defense of its Western conference wrestling championship Friday at the University of Chicago. Tournament Scores BOYS' DISTRICT BASKETBALL DISTRICT 1 At Iowa City CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Clinton 39; Fairficld 27 Iowa City 37; Washington 22 CLASS K--FIRST ROUND Kalona 35; Bennett 30 llartinsburg 31; Tiffin 29 Sports Calendar Friday--Basketball. North Iowa district tournaments. Cedar Falls, Webster City. Basketball, girls' stale tournament, Des Moines. Basketball, Junior college state tournament, Boonc. Bowling, Standard Oil league. Saturday--Basketball, North Iowa district tournaments. Cedar Falls, Web- si er City. Basketball, girFs 1 state tournament. DCS Moincs. Basketball. Junior college state tournament, Boonc. DISTRICT Z At Marshalltemn CLASS A--FIRST ROUXD Ames 2o: Chariton 17 Jrarshalltown 26; Otlurnwa 15 CLASS B--FIRST ROUXn Hartn-ick 37; Cedar 33 llclrose 41; Laurel 20 DISTRICT 3 At Creston CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Creston 38: Boone 30 Winterset 31; Leon 20 CLASS K--FIRST ROUND Delphos 38; MaksburB 25 Minium «; Pilot Mound 22 DISTRICT 4 At Glemvood CLASS A--FIRST ROU.VD Denison 37; Atlantic 28 Harlan 34: OnawA 2* CLASS B-- FIRST BOUND Kiron 32: Emerson 18 Utc 58; Thurman 28 DISTRICT 5 At Cedar Rapids CLASS A--FtRST ROUND Cedar Rapids '.Roosevelt) 34; . mosa IS Oelwcin 34: Elkader 19 CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Albumett 40; Catmar 21 Xcj-stono 37; Oxford Junction 20 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (U.P.)-- Joe Medwick, who was reported to have refused an offer of $17,500 as a year's salary, continued to be missed as the St. Louis Cardinals showed little hatting punch in practice for Saturday's game with the New York Yankees. Mickey Owen, 22 year old catcher, remained out of the fold and Manager Ray Blades continued grooming Don Padgett, former outfielder, to take his place behind the plate. GOPHER AGES OUT OF PLAY Albert Lea Loses in District Contest as Minnesotans Battle MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (U.B-- Several district champions lost their titles as play in the Minnesota high school basketball championships continued Thursday night. In the second district, Albert Lea, winner for three years, was defeated by Freeborn, 33 to 29. Buhl, last year's winner in the 28th, lost to Grand Rapids, 33 to 30. Moose Lake upset Lindslrom- Center City, two year champion, by a score of 24 to 21 in the 25th district, and Windom lost its seventh district title in a defeat by Jackson, 32 to 25. DISTRICT 2 At Austin F{rst Round Austin 13; Haylield 8. Freeborn 3.1; Albert Lea 29. DISTRICT 3 At Lake City Semifinal Round Winona 30; Rochester 21. Kasson 29; Lake City 19. DISTRICT 4 At Northfield First Round Waseca 32; Medford 22. Faribault 33: Faribault Deaf 14. OwMonna 22; Kenyon 21. Korthfield 39: Zumbrota 28. DISTRICT 7 At Jackson Semifinal Ronnd Jackson 32: Windom 25. Mountain Lake 47; Sioux Valley IB. came through with a slashing 37 to 14 victory over Central of Sioux City Thursday to move into a semifinal encounter with Albert City which eliminated Orange City, 29 to 16. Sibley Eyes Final Spot Sibley, which started its drive with a 36 to 17 triumph over Spencer Wednesday night, returned to action against AJta and apparently was headed for a final battle with Sac City. Rolfe, the 1938 runnerup and Fort Dodge were paired in the seventh district's Class A feature *at Webster City while sixth district fans at Cedar Falls saw two important games, with the host school meeting Mason City, 1935 titleholder, and Charles City going against Waverly. Sac City's one-sided victory over its Sioux City foe was the outstanding performance Thursday. The Indians were ahead 16 to II at the half, then turned the game into a rout, holding Central scoreless the third period. Onawa, Western Town conference champion, suffered its fii-st defeat of the winter when unheralded Harlan surprised with a 34 to 24 victory in the fourth district competition. It was the only serious form reversal Thursday night. Moving Up on Schedule Creston. Denison, Webster City and Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids were among the Class A schools to continue in the running as expected. Diagonal, the Class B team that won the 1938 title, did not play Thursday night, but will tackle MitchellviHe, a finalist club last year, In a semifinal contest at Crcston's third district tournament DISTRICT G At Cedar Falls CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Cedar Falls 32; Dysart 20 Mason City 41; St. Ansgar 11 CLASS B--FIRST ROUND Plymouth 16; Waterloo (Orange Township) 14 Buckingham (Geneseo) 25; Hansell 19 DISTRICT 7 At Webster City CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Britt 23; Forest City 17 Webster city 30; Rockwell City 21 CLASS R--FIRST ROUND Ellsworth 3J; CoWflcM 27 Lcdysrd 34; Mallard 12 DISTRICT 8 At Orange City CLASS A--FIRST ROL'ND Albert City 29; Orannc City IS Sac City 37: Sioux City (Central) 1* CLASS R--FIRST ROUND Danbury 28; Alia (Falrview) 25 Hospcrs (Ncwkirk) 42; Melvta 13 PAYCHEK WINS CEDAR RAPIDS, (#)--John J. Paychek, former Des Moines bellboy, put Stan Savoldi of St. Paul, Minn., on the floor four times before he knocked the Minnesotan out in the fifth round of their fight here. Alabama Solons Bid for Iowa Grid Game MONTGOMERY, Ala., (iPt-- The Alabama house of representatives adopted a resolution suggesting an annual football game between the Universities of Iowa and Alabama "to commemorate the splendid spirit manifested today." The Tall Corn state returned Alabama's "secession" flag, which had been in the Iowa statehouse many of the years since it was taken from the capitol here during the Civil war. 1NAL\ Basketball Tournament 1 Scores Boys' State Basketball Tournament DRAKE FIELDHOUSE Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 16, 17, 18 PLENTY OF SEATS ON THURSDAY YOUR ONE CHANCE TO SEE ALL 16 TEAMS PLAY AND BE SURE OF A GOOD SEAT PRICE OF ADMISSION: Thursday Morninjr 50c Thursday Afternoon and Nifht 75c each IOWA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Georj* A. Brown, Executive Secretary, ties Moinei, Iowa Tonight and Tomorrow Night, March 10-11

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