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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE GOPHER PREPS IN SCRAPS FOR TOP DISTRICT RANKS Austin High Wins, St. Paul Central Is Twin Cities' Champ MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (U.R)-- Eleven new district champion emerged from the state higi school basketball tournament plaj Friday night, and 19 others wer to be selected in final play Sat urday in remaining districts. The district champions thus fa were Austin in the first, Kasson in the third, Mountain Lake in th s e v e n t h , Hutchinson in the twelfth, Elk River in the six teenth, Willmar in the twentieth Breckenridge in the twenty-first Sauk Center in the twenty-second Bemidji in the twenty-ninth, Ada in the thirtieth, and Thief Rive Falls in the thirty-first. Thief River Falls, state champions last year, barely squeezed out a victory over Crookston in the last half-minute of play, when a lone fielcl goal gave them a 12 to 11 win. The twin cities' championship also was decided in a bitter defensive battle, Ln which the bir St. Paul Central team edged out Marshall of Minneapolis, 18 to 16. Nine of last year's distric champions fell by the waysidt and it appeared probable tha other champions would be bowlet over in Saturday night's play. Losing titles were Fairmont in the fifth district, Winona in the third, Crosby-Ironlon in the twenty-fourth, St. Cloud Tech in the nineteenth, Lester Prairie in the twelfth, and Lynd in the ninth. District champions, with St Paul Central and Minneapolis Marshall, play in eight regiona tournaments next week, from each of which will emerge a champion to compete in the state finals at St. Paul March 23, 24 and 25. DISTRICT i At Harmony Harmony 16, Lanesboro M liable 30, Chatfield 23 DISTRICT ! At Austin FINAL Austin 26, Freeborn 16 DISTRICT 3 At Lake City FINAL Kasson 23, Winona 24 DISTRICT f At Norttitield I-aribauIt 20. Waseca 12 Norlhftetd 31. Owatonna 15 DISTRICT 5 At Fairmoul Wells 37, Ceylon 27 Blue Earth 22. Fairmont 17 - - DISTBICT 6 , . - - * ·- .- At St- James : 'Amboy 28. lake Crystal 21 , Afankzto 47, Femberion 19 Good Thunder 31, Mapleton 29 St. James 23, Mankato Teachers 26 DISTRICT 1 At Jackson FINAL Mountain Lake 23. Jackson 17 DISTRICT 8 AL Wotfht'ngfoa Kpestonc 23, Edecrton IS Worthington 17. Fulda 15 Luverne 38, Ellsworth 11 Slayton 30, Adrian 26 WOLVESPilN TO TOP MEET Michigan Sends Nine Athletes in Program at Big Ten Finals CHICAGO, (/P)--Michigan will go after--and probably achieve-the most amazing indoor track' championship record in Western conference history--a sixth consecutive title. The powerful, well-balanced Wolverines, as the result o£ preliminary trials Friday night at the University of Chicago field- house, were odds-on favorites to capture the twenty-ninth annual meet--an accomplishment which would mean a twelfth major championship since Track Coach Charles (Chuck) Hoyt began tutoring the Wolverine thin clads nine years ago. Hoyt, recently named Yale university track mentor, saw nine of his athletes qualify for Saturday night's 10-event program. Wisconsin, runners-up to Michijran a year ago and expected to press Michigan most closely, advanced five men to the finals, as did Iowa and Indiana. Ohio placer! four, Minnesota three and Illinois, Chicago, Northwestern and Purdue two each. T h r e e defending champions survived an elimination program which was devoid of either rec- ord-equalling or breaking performances. Elmer Gedeon, Michigan's 60- yard high hurdles champion, won his heat handily in 8.7 seconds Carl Teufel, of Iowa, 440-yard dash titleholder, won his semifinals heat in 50.2 seconds, while John Davenport of Chicago, sprint · champion, qualified by placing second to Robert Ashley of Illinois in a 60-yard dash trial. Mesner and Gleeson Brighten Cub Hitting AVALON, Cal., (U.R)--The hitting of Rookie Steve Mesner and Jim Gleeson brightened the Chicago Cubs spring training camo Saturday. , Mesner hit a homer and two singles and Gleeson had a homer and a single in the first Cubs- Yannigans game. Rookie Ed Garnett added three singles, one of Sjv-hich drove in a run. The Yani- «f«ns won, 7 to 5. ------ I . "^^ Last-Minute Basket. Win for Mohawk Five Maurice Cooper, Bob Brisbine Score to Clinch Contest, Put Preps Against Charles City By AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sporls Editor th7ctS R nd - H ^ bba ^' two "swaern" teams in th, the Class B windup. The program starts at 7:30 p. m. When It Counted \ltawks Are Touah s FG 3 3 2 FT : 2 3 1 0 0 I 16 29 MASON CITY--29 ^ichell £ .... 8 1 o Colloton i .. 8 3 3 Baxbour f-c . I 0 o Humphrey c . 8 o' 5 Anderson c .. 2 0 0 Brisbine g .. Cooper g .... TOTALS .. j! : CEDAR FALLS--27 McNabb t ... 12 Mully I 15 Galloway c . 6 Crovvell g ... 4 Mershan g .. 0 Bigler E .... 5 TOTALS .. 42 10 6 12 14 27 Score by quarters: MASON CITY 5 10 19 23 CEDAR FALLS 7 16 -n fj Officials: Karl Greenlee IDes Moines) · Dick Pemble (Burlington). The most stubborn zone defense that Mason City has run into in tournament play nearly sent the Mohawks out.of the tournament Friday night. After an evening that saw plenty of open shots from behind the free throw circles against St. Ansgar's close-in zone the Mason Cityans weren't prepared for the Tiger style of play. The local team, pressing out beyond effective shooting range, and hurrying every attempt by Blason City, nearly broke the Mohawk's hearts. Cedar Falls went ahead at the quarter, 7 to o, as husky Bob Bigler dribbled in to add the final basket, then hiked into an 11 to 6 lead as Delbert Mully rolled in his third goal of the game, a fast pitch from the free throw circle. Capers Crash in Second During the early minutes of ULK second period, Jim Humphrey am Bigler crashed together, the Ma son Cityan being forced out of action by a deep, nose-cut. . John McNabb pushed the Tiger edge to 16 to 10 at the half with a free toss and two quick baskets at short range, while Bill Colloton counted a goal and two free tosses for the Mohawks. McNabb, Bijrler and John Galloway opened fire as the Tigers came back to the second half under full speed, and gained a 22 to 10 lead within seconds after the tipoff. Only one more Cedar Falls goal was scored in the contest after the trio connected, however. Cooper connected twice with an angle shot and a dribble-in setup while Colloton drove under the' boards for another goal and Humphrey put away three of four free chances. The score as the third period ended was 23 to 19. Too Biff to Beat? A lead that looked too bi" to beat went up early in the fourth period, as Cedar Fails scored on a wide-open shot by Galloway and Mully counted from the free throw line. The margin was 27 to 21, as Cedar Falls ended its scor- ng. Set plays were forgotten Ty the Mohawks a s they turned loose their finishing sprint. A fast break produced one goal as Don Pickeli lipped ,'n a rebound, and the Mason Cityans trailed by only a point as Cooper rolled in a running- shot from full speed. Pickeli started the winning toss at the backboard with less than 30 seconds left to play, but it vas Brisbine who took a short re- ound and popped it into the west asket Cooper's, free throw in the final breath added a point to make the final score 29 to 27,. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press BOSTON-_Bob : Pastor, iBSifc. New CLASS A Semifinal Hound CHARLES CITY--33IWAVERLY--29 Meurer c 3 4 ^jKIrkland f *j " P 0 0 llEggleston t 0 1 0 I SIGraive £ 2 1 1 0 llCarpenter f-c 1 0 3 0 OiCooper c 5 1 2 0 0]clark g o o 3 4 3]strotman e 1 2 Mccrcevy J Walton I Henke t Maas c Eegcrt E Obermeir g j TOTALS 12 9 10'TOTALS U 1 I lerl I? a ' haU: Charles Cit y «: Wav Free throws missed: Meurer 2. Walton 2 Henke 2. Obermeir 4. EgBleston 2 Maas, Grawe, Carpenter, Cooper. Charles City high school moved «u I! 16 flnal Class A contest o the district tournament Fridaj night by beating back a strong Waverly team, 33 to 29. A first half that saw the score tied three times, with Waverly in the lead briefly at the start, plus a pair of late periods that saw the Go-Hawks all but come out from under a nine-point lead, made th contest a thriller. A late burst before the halftime gun put Charles City ahead by 18 to 13, and the Comets added a pair of goals as the third perioc opened. Art Cooper's two goals kep Waverly in the running as the los ers scrapped to a 24 to 22 score then fell back in the late minutes End of Story CLASS B Semifinal Hound PLYMOUTH-28 | GENES EO-37 IS it pf| Jg Ji p Helm [ Clans f-c Helmcr f Carmony c Willford g Qttemess g Reynolds E HBeck t 0]Stoakes f OIKviders [ 4|Thomas I llWilkinson o 0 0 01 Mitchell g 2 0 3 Stefleiry g 2 4 1 2 0 1 0 3 Strohbehn g 0 Locfchart g 0 1 0 0 0 a 3 o o 2 2 0 0 TOTALS 9 10 I2JTOTALS Score at half: Gcneseo 26; Plymouth 14 tree throws missed: Helm 3. Willforc 2. Hcynolds 2, Wilkinson 3 Claus Stoakes. Kvidors, Mitchell Officials: Karl Greenlee (Des Moines) Dick Pemble (Burlington), Plymouth high school couldn' stop a left-handed forward namec Myron Thomas Friday night. Geneseo moved into the fin_ jund of Class B play, facing Hubbard, by beating Plymouth 37 to 28. Twenty-one of the points were the personal total set up by Thomas,-with 18 counters marked up in the first half as the "hot man" helped his team to a 26 to lead. Dale Helm and Bob Willford topped the Cerro Gordo boys' scoring and attack. Wesley Cagers Win Two of Three Tilts WESLEY--In the final games of the basketball season here, Wesley teams took two victories Friday night. Tho local girls defeated Corwith 32 to 30. The Corwith boys edged Wesley, 33 to 28, while the local independents eliminated Woden by a count of 49 to 33. Fournament Scores Klemme Splits in Loop Championship HAYFIELD -- Klemme high school defeated Hayfield 23 to 19 here Friday night to split the Seven Eagles basketball conference title with Woden. A playoff between the two earns has not been arranged. In j junior high game Klemme downed Hayfield 29 to 5. BOYS' DISTRICT BASKETBALL DISTRICT 1 At Iowa City CLASS A-- SEMIFINAL ROUND ilton Junction 33. Fort Madison 32 Clinton 26, Iowa City 20 CLASS B-- SEMIFINAL BOUND Jarmouth 4Z. Lost Nation 33 ixalona 13, MarUnsbur* 24 DISTRICT 2 At nrarshailtown CLASS A-- SEMIFINAL ROUND Centcrville 38. Oskaloosa M Marshailtoiv-n 25. Ames 20 CLASS B-- SEMIFINAt, ROUND Rathbtm 27. KcllogR 21 Hartwicfc 30. r.lclrosc 2A DISTRICT 3 At Crcston O.ASS A-SEWFIN-AI. ROUSn Ucs Mo-.ncs 'Rooscvcltl 31, Perry 20 Creston 45. Winter-set is CLASS K-- SEMIFINAL R O U N D Diagonal 48, .Mj tc hc!lvillc zs llinburn 23. Dclphos 13 DISTRICT 4 At Glenwood CLASS A-- SEMIFINAL ROUND lnl 4?' Coundl Bluf£s (Abraham 2T. Harian 24 Ulc «, Kiron 20 DISTRICT 5 At Cedar Rapids CLASS A--SEMIFINAL ROUND Beltc Plaine 23, Maquokcta 21 ,..;£ ?! ^P'ds (Roosevelt) 30, c ,. - n-- SEMIFINAL ROUND McGrecor jr. Earlvillc 27 Keystone 32. .Mburnctt 22 DISTRICT 6 At Cedar Falls CLASS A-- SEMIFINAL ROUND Charles City 33. Warerly 23 Mason City 29. Cedar Falls 27 Buckingham (Geneseol 37. Plymouth 28 At Webster City Kn u'"\5 s _ A -SEMIFI.\-AL BOUND Rolfe 2,. Fort DodRO 16 \\ebstcr Cily 16. Brill 14 CLASS B-- SEMIFINAL ROUND Livermorc 35, Jollcy 29 Ellsworth Tl. Ledyard 26 DISTRICT 8 At Orange City CLASS A-- SEMIFINAL ROUND Sibley 34. Alts 26 Sac City S5. Albert City 18 aS^. SSPTM 1 - R0t; - vn Hospers (Ncwklrk) 26, Danbury n TOP SPOTS NEAR DANGER LINE AT BOWLING BATTLE Hot Shooters Wrap Up High Scores in Early Days of Play CLEVELAND, tti.PJ.- Although the all-time American Bowlin" congress records will withstand plenty of punishment, speculation is rife on the possibilities of new w * i TM . beins established i n the 1939 pm classic here. Veteran tournament followers believe that the 3,234 total of the Birk Brothers, Chicago, established last year at Chicago; the doubles high, 1,415, rolled by Gillie Zunker and Frank Benko- Milwaukee, at Columbus in Hard to Take The little matter of a 5-7 spli on the last ball kept Hans G Pusch, local bowling alleys man ager, from rolling a perfect 300 game Friday, afternoon. His 298 was rolled across two alleys, with John Dana, Gus Kol! and Earl Ratliff in the cheerin section. 1933; Larry SholwelTs 774 blast rung up at the last tourney here m 1930, and Maxie Stem's 2,070 all-events count, set two years ago at New York, likely will be dwarfed when the tournament closes May 5. There is plenty of action in the current classic and the early scoring has been far above the average. In hitting 1,307 on the inaugural card in the minor event competition. Friday, Victor Maurer and Alex Graham, New Philadelphia, Ohio, scored a total which finished fifth last year at Chicago. The 1939 event has 56 days, to go. Maurer, former footbal and basketball coach at Ohio State, turned in a 654 while his partner was adding 653, for a one- pin "ride." It was the highes total ever scored on a curtain- raising card. Booster teams monopolized the drives Friday night and 850-and under lineups from 23 cities and seven states again will take th spotlight Saturday night. STATESTARS STAY IN IOWA Annual Iowa Press All-State Selections Complete Shortly By FRANK NYE, JR. (Iowa Dally Press Association) DES MOINES, (IDPA)-Every one of the eight boys chosen on the 1938 Iowa Daily Press asso ciation's all-state third team i either attending an Iowa schoo or is still in high school, a survey showed Saturday. The survey was completed as the 1D39 Iiiffh school state elimination tournaments were in progress and while ballots for the 1939 Iowa Daily Press association all-state team, distributed by trie Mason City Globe- Gazette and 26 oilier leading: Iowa, daily newspapers, were m (he hands of 1,500 basketball experts who have watched some 890 teams in action dormer the season. .The 1939 all-state will be announced simultaneously through :he Globe-Gazette and other Iowa Daily Press association member papers shortly after the final tournament. Two of the 1938 all-state third - selections are eligible for the ---, team. They are Ben Trickey. Marshalltown's forward choice and Leo Cornwall, Rolfe's for- vard, both of whom are leading heir teams in spectacular seasons. The other forward selection Jack Hamilton of Sac City, is at- ending the University of Iowa vhere he is concentrating on the ugh hurdles on the freshman rack squad. He won the event n the state high school meet last pring. Bruce Fountain, the Missouri Valley center selection, is also at Iowa where he is playing freshman basketball. His third team running mate. Bill Green of Newton, another center, is at Iowa but is spending most of liis time on football activity. Upper Iowa university made a at find m Dale Alderson, Demons third team guard, who nowed the way to Iowa confer- nce scorers in his first year of ompetition. Coe college benefited with the 1 f - n T V n * .«.««· .. C t-« - - v . « i _ nrollment ,of . Royal Nyby of uumboldt who made the third earn at guard. He is playing for Jie Kohawk frosh. Ray Parks, the boy who had uch to do with guiding Mel-'1% to i"? ? ta te championship in ,o? nd bn "£ i "g the team back n 1938, is playing at Iowa Suc- ess school in Ottumwa. H» made the third all-state at guard. RUDD WINS 23TH BUrj_r_Rudd high school beat \!fo L ° }, in a basketball ran,o ,,,, T 1 . . J , j las won 25 ame here. Rudd ames this season. WRESTLING RESULTS By United Press --Hick Garibaldi St. inncd Jack Singer, *fcw York. Pondering Prep Problems Waldorf Has Eye on Iowa Jaysee Title Globe-Gazette Sports West Bend Lone Entry for North Iowa in Girls' Play Hansell Loses Game ·KT ~T^--"' l "' -- ouruneion and Northwestern of Orange City, both boasting powerful offensive teams were matched here in the feature semifinal game oE the state junior college basketball tournament Waldorf of Forest City and Chariton were down for action m the other semifinal contest to decide which will meet the winner of the Burlington-Northwestern game for the state championship. Burlington continued its high scoring to wallop Graceland of Lamoni, 45 to 26, Friday The Blackhawks led all the way in a rough game. Thirty-three personal in Final Minutes to vauiviv.ll \JlvlYC18 IU Drop From Tourney Scrap ^^ ^ DES MOINES, (/P)--The Iowa ' TL' r- Jirls' high school basketball cham- HI LtllCaeO LOttteSt pionship will be settled at the Drake university fieldhouse Saturday night. Four teams, including West Bend and Lenox, the one-two teams of 1938; remained in the running for the title and were down for bitter semifinal games to decide the championship game participants. ' West Bend drew Lynnvllle for its semifinal foe and Lenox had Wcllsburc to conquer before reaching another title contest. The champions were expected to get by Lynnville but there ivas considerable doubt that Lenox could subdue Wellsburg's nifty sextet. The 1938 titleholders, paced by Betty Lou Walker who counted 20 points, reached the semifinals with a 41 to 21 victory over Mas sena. The tight defensive work o West Bend's guards was a featur of the contest. Lynnville eliminated Farmington, 29 to 24. It was almost a personal triumph for Ruth Petersma The ace forward flipped in 24 points to tie the total Farmineton output. Wellsbnrjr shattered Olin's hones. The latter club won (he 1938 consolation game and was gunning: for higher honors (his year. Wellsburg put an end lo those aspirations, spanking OHn 41 to 28. IVellsburg won the 1934 title and has appeared in championship tournaments several times. Lenox, as usual, finished fast to win its quarterfinals game. The southwest Iowa team came from way behind to snatch a 45 to 4] victory over Hansell, The losers were minus four of their regulars in the final two minutes because of fouls. Michigan Rules Out John Henry's Scrap as Exam Is Refused D E T R O I T , (U.R--John Henry Lewis, light heavyweight champion, must be in perfect physical condition before he will be al- owed to fight in Michigan, John Hetlche, chairman of the Michigan athletic board, said Saturday. The board withdrew approval )f John Henry's scheduled title defense against Dave Clark o£ Detroit March 31 when the 175- pound king refused to submit to a physical examination at his Hot Springs, Ark., training camp. The rout was postponed indefinitely Michigan has ceased to be a dumping ground for fistic debris " Hettche said. "Obviously Lewis is ot physically fit at this time, and intend to withold permission or him to enter the ring until I m assured he is in perfect condi- on." lookie Tabor Stars With Four Doubles SARASOTA, Fla., (U.PJ-Smash- ng out four doubles in five trips o the plate, Rookie Jim Tabor aired for the Boston Red Sox egulars Friday as they defeated he Yannigans 4 to 2 in the first crub game.of the year. On his other time up, Tabor vho is expected to fill in at third ase for the traded Pinky Hig- ms was unable to connect. Voodow Rich pitched three score- ess innings for the Regulars. "rout Is President I Little Cedar Club O S A G E -- Herbert Trout of litchell is the newly elected resident of the Little Cedar Con- ervation club. Other officers are: v ut K " app ' .£ ittle Cedar; Art Volff, StacyviIIe, and Lyman oung, Osage, vice presidents; ay Cummings, Osage, secretarv- reasurer. Golden Glovers to CHICAGO, (/Pj -- Eight Golden Glove fighters, victors in cham- , m- pionship competition Friday night began training Saturday for their annual battle with the New York City amateur team. The . two teams, composed of the eight division winners in Golden Gloves tournaments, meet in Chicago stadium March 29. The boys who won their titles Friday night before a sellout rowd of 22,132 customers are: }5 Poun ds-- V!c Saecoia. Detroit. IIS Pounds-Chester Ellis. Kansas city. 12S Pounds-- Tony Ancona. Detroit. 135 Pounds-- Jolm Pleasnnt. Chicaco. 147 Pounds-Milton Jones. SL Louis m ^,'^ S ~^" i Charl *. Cincinnati. 17D Pounds-- Jimmy Reeves. Cleveland Heavywoieht-Tony Novak. Kansas city. Rake Boys, Girls End Season With Two Wins HAKE-- The Rake high school oys and girls basketball tea closed the season by winning doubleheader from Crystal Lak here. The local girls defeated the vis won a hard fought game by a score of 19 to 16 to xvin thei twentieth game in 27 starts thi Warriors Play for Spot in Final Tilt During Early Game KMVA JUNIOR COLLEGE Basketball Tournament AT BOOKE Quirtrrtlnit Rctulls Burlington 45, Graccland 26 r-orlhwestern st, Tiplon 39 Chariton It, Albia 30 Waldorf 36, Muscatine 30 BOONE, {^r^ CHIPS DOWN FOR STAR SQUADS AT WINDUP SESSION District Finals Set ,, in Eight Centers for Prep Basket Teams By IKE SKELLEV Associated Press Sports Writer " ^* -..- *-^ - tin. t-v; Ltt L 3UJ Jit 1 \ . . J 1 1 -L, 4 · r~ V. - · » · · « · % . » * t\.*i i, fouls were called, the winners los- TM".?Fiai'r T °u W ? went Mel ~ mg three men and Graceland get- £r» S '"?? Irlsh ' 30 to 24 - be ting one waved to the bench Bob SP t£"? de ? Haltwick - °« Esau led Burlington's attack with cAvhnL^I' F ° H Madis °"'s 13 points. ' ~TMyn°unls, chased to cover by Northwestern advanced with a nrifL , " Jl ! nction - Olll ev fav- 50 to 33 victory over Tinton rivL! ° ntes TM? y TM k . e «5_ same exit. _ · - u u iiiiv,!,(_L W L L 1 I . il aO to 33 victory over Tipton, drawing away \yjth a heavy second half scoring drive. Chariton eliminated Albia, 44 to 30, and Waldorf defeated Musca- tme 36 to 30, in a hard-fought contest. Muscatine was behind throughout, but came within one point of a tie in the second half. Connie Mack Tries Out Lineup in Exhibition LAKE CHARLES, La., (U.R)_ Connie Mack, veteran president- manager of the Philadelphia Athletics, was frankly experimental in his lineup choices for Saturday's exhibition game with the New York Giants. At third, Koe Gantenbein, rookie from Toronto, took the place ot Holdout Bill Werber. Stan Sperry was at second. Sperry, an Evans- villen, Wis., product, has tried ou several times but never has made the grade on defense. Browns Rejoice Over Defeat of Phillies bo^nT^^'sUall lean?' c ^ANTONIO .Tex. (U. R )-Th closed the season bv wfrmiTM f St Louis Browns, American leagu . , hardluck team, rejoiced over its victory at New Braunfels, Tex where the Browns beat the Na' itorHir Kte^b^ K ^ague's PhnacSphia PnTl -iwrm ^ T^^^J *· t-i _ T ·* A ie =', o to D. Buck Ncwsom, star pitcher of last year, was on hand to renew salary dickering with Business Manager Bill Dewitt Strong Winners Dot Field of Kentucky Derby Entries LOUISVILLE, Ky., (/P)_With all of the leading moneywinning -..--year-olds o£ 1938 among the 115 nominations for the 1939 Kentucky derby, the list was made public Saturday by Col Matt J Winn president o£ Churchill Downs-Latonia, Inc. This $50 000 added event urdT 6 Mav T d one " quarter wiU bc run at Churchill Downs on Sat- This year's 115 nominations exceeded by an even dozen those of Z? a j ^ n( Z L n ep .l lre ^ Provided no pronounced favorite. It is r t;~"^nL I t becaus 5 l he Jield is s » ^ e « balanced the eventual favorite will be determined by the manner in which the candidates meet toe tests ot early racing. Among last year's leaders to be nominated are El Chico, William «lfh t ,' s . largcst money-winnine juvenile of 1938. El Chico was unbeaten last year. Among: his victories was the Hopeful Stakes at Sheet" 83 " Zlc » ler abo named Our Mat, Substanlial, and Time Mrs. E. V. Mars' Milky Way farm led in the number of nomina- r 3 iTM , Se w"; J? ? mbr ? ced U P Th e Creek, Giles County, Magic linrV §? W ?, te %9^ L^ 3 " 0 ". Rule All, and No Competition. William Woodward's Eclair stud named six, Johnstown, Foxlane Chal- r? ge t hi"\° n ' ? hellu ? s . ori . and Joharie. Mrs. Payne Whitney" s Green- Tol,1n b d ThirVDe e gree S ' bleS ' EqUilib TM m ' Ha *- °« ** ,,£ Roll Ld " a Ieadi "K PL r-Hir-rillc, ,5 ""i. 1 ., K wlnncrs of I03B which were nominaled- OELDA--Started 16 times, won C. second 3 third 5- \v Lassie Stakes at Arlington Park, Walden Stakes' at biases fit Laurel. * "^·."..w, .jvmua IEATHER TIME--Started 13 times, won 7. second 5- won S2S 27-,- a-or, TJ* m j "liSSSSatSffiS^wsas! . SSHM^aeS-SsSffiSSasa Handicap at Hawthorne: third* Wpr-rf«·!·«*· *0!«,,-!'.,,?" Handicap a, . -n 2; won 3 ' thiri « « *"«: w» SiV won Albany Handic ap at Sara- «·'"= -- Wakericld Handicap a. ABA gJS^* rtel 8 tlm "' W ° n 4: Won "·» 5 = «»· *«*«» Handicap at Fai 1 TM INES . W-The chips h?l T" S a t u r d a y night for high school basketball teams --only 16 can come to the state championship tournament h e r e next week. . Survivors of a record-breaking starting field of 884 teams in Hie sectional tournaments 10 days ago, the 32 quintets will compete in the finals of classes A and B in the eight district tournaments. The 16 district champions, dropping their class identification, will be eligible ? r ~ tbe "hampionship carnival at Des Moines. i^t." 16 fre ." 2ied P^y of Friday ghts semifinal contests is an i? , sym ,P ton - th e excitement be terrific. Down went Mel- No. 8 Final Topper Perhaps the top game in the final round will be the Sac City- ibley clash at Orange City Two gh-scoring clubs, they'll ask no quarter in their right to determine tne eighth district's Class A representative at Des Moines. Sac City raced by Albert City, 55 to IB, and Sibley conquered Alta, 4 to 26, in the semifinals. , A * Io . u ' :v Ci 'J'- headquarters for the first district, Clinton will attempt to halt the sensational rise of Wilton Junction's sophomores who clipped favored Fort Madison, 33 to 32, in an overtime session Fn - day niffll( Umton, a rugged defensive »«"?· Sn' 1 ?' hrou £h Iowa Cily, 26 to 20, to reach the final. Down in the southwest at Creston Diagonal's state champions, easily by two district foes will play Minbm-n in their final hurdle barring a return trip to the state tournament. Roosevelt of Des Homes, featuring big Ward Gibson, will tackle Creston's Hawkeye Six conference titleholders Sn the Class A final in the third district. Mohawks, Comets Set Mason City, the 1935 title winner a;id Charles City, a northeast Iowa powerhouse, will do battle in the sixth district at Cedar Falls while Kolfe, beaten by Diagonal in the state championship game a year ago, hopes to continue Jts comeback at Webster City s_ expense in the seventh district at Webster City Mason Cily barely ff o£ by Cedar Falls, 29 to 27, and Charles City climinD.tcd AVaverly, 33 to «, Friday night. Eolfe dou-ned a husky Fort Dodge team, 27 to Iff, but Webster City ba.rcly escaped with a 16 to 14 decision over Brilt. Marshalltown's Bobcats must get by Center-vine. They whipped Ames a Central Iowa conference /oe 2G to 20, while Centerville's Reds ousted Oskaloosa, .38 to '0 The giant-killing Hartwick team ''1 £ a u e , to go at l °P s P ecd t° k Rathbun in the Class B final at Marshalltown. Riders in Windup - filt ° f C e d a r naP'ds and me will go after the Class l. ^ampionship in the fifth district at Cedar Rapids. The Roughriders took Oehvetn, 30 to 28 in an overtime and Belle Piainc stopped Maquoketa, 23 to 21 in the semifinals. nfcGre ff pr's highly rated Class B team will play Keystone. Lenox, which polished off Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs 4? to 44, and Denison, 27 to 24 victor over Harlan, will settle the with u n r ute and ., down for a rip- or a r p roaring struggle in the other division. 3 ostponeci Events in ^awkeye Sport Lists . IOWA ClTY-The unusual an- iclimax situation of competing in dual meets after the Big Ten title iflair is listed for the University cam"" 7 '"* 5 tra ° k and swimmi ng Postponements, rare in Big Ten ompetition. account for the fact hat the Hawkeycs must go to \Iinneapolis for a track meet and o Northwestern for a swimmins ontest next Saturday. The event-; were postponed rom the weekend of Feb. 10 and '1, the track meet because of icy 'ghway conditions which made ravel by car hazardous and the wimming dual because o£ a flu outbreak on the Northwestern cam. 3 Iowa Colleges in National Cage Meet KANSAS CITY. f/P) _ Three owa college teams w i l l compete i the national intercollegiate iiskctball championship tournament here Monday and Tucsday Announcement of the pairings howed Simpson college would alay Glenville, W. Va., State colege: St. Ambrose of Davenport vpuld meet New Mexico School f Mines, and Columbia college of 3i;buque would face Warrens- 'urg, Mo., State Teachers. · V

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