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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 6 M 1937 STATE GAGE CONTESTS IN FULL SWING Overtime Battles at Clear Lake and Upsets Highlight Champion Tilts _ _ , * V ' r : ! * * s o - 1 * * * * * * * * i * ^ i i a a a v - u t , , . f.. . . . . . . . . ^ , . _ * VENTURA TAKES EXTRA LONG GO AGAINST LELAND Favorite Kiemme Squa Wins as Rock Falls Comes Out on Top in Class B. . CLEAR LAKE--Ventura an r.nck Falls high schools, alon with a favored Klemme lean came through Class B games Fri day in the sectional toumamen here, the latter outfits eliminatin Haylield and Hanlontown by eas margins, while the Ventura cag ers were victors only after a battl with Leland that took two over time sessions to decide. Ventura won 18 to 16, Roc Falls defeated Hayfield 31 to 14 and Klemme marched through t the final game by stopping Han lontowu, 28 to IB. It was Grell who provided th winning margin for Ventura wit a tipin basket in the second addei period, after Leland missed chance to win the contest when free throw rolled out.of the hooi with six seconds left in the four! period and the score knotted. A pair of baskets by Harlej FINAL GAMES At Clear Lake Class B--S o'clock. Class A--9 o'clock. Coyier, one of Ihem a running un derhand shot just before the-firs half ended, helped give Venlrut high school a 7 to 3 lead at the rest period. Grell had caged an early goal and Carroll Anderson a free throw to earn the rest o Ihe points. All of Ihe Laker point came on free throws in the opening periods, Morris Sorenson caging two and Leland Swan one. Free tosses put Crystal Lake ir position to grab the lead ot baskets by Swan and Fred Jilek The Lakers held a 10 to 9 advantage as the third period ended and added a point lo slarl the fourth. Swan shooting a frei throw. Grell had scored a lone goa for Ventura at close range in the third session. . Jilek was left alone under the -goal to cage an easy shot, am plunked through another from farther out after the next tipof to give Crystal Lake a 15 to 9 advantage.- · " . · · _ Lose Four Point Lead. r '~ Coyier cut the lead down a poin with his free toss, and dropped a one-hand shot squarely into the net a moment later, while anothei free throw was helping bring the score to 1G to 12. Anderson's bucket narrowed the Laker edge to two points, at 16 to 14. with a minute to go, and Coy- iers' sidearm toss tied the score at 1G-16 with only seconds left. A foul on Grell, and a miss at the free throw line by Jensen with six seconds to go left Ihe score still knotted at the end of the firsl overtime session, and it was Ief1 to Grell to provide the winning margin with the second extra period half gone. He tipped in a fast break pass to set the final score al .18 to 16 and drop Ihe Lakers from the meet. Truman Holland's two single- hand pokes helped to put Rock * Falls ahead by 7 to 4 as the first quarter ended, while Johnny Wilkinson contributed a neat basket from scpjarely back of the free throw circle. Bob Chizclc hooked in both of Hayfield's goals on the move. TMolland, Wilkinson Lead. Holland scored three more goal: in the second period, getting a wide-open setup as Wilkinson tipped him the ball from a tieup to score one goal, and slapping in two rebounds for the others. Wilkinson also scored three times, caging his first goal from a sharp angle, chalking up a southpaw one-hand shot for the second, and beating the defense to the goal by half the length of the court to snare the third. Rock Falls led 21 to 7 at the rest period, Lehman Blank's free throw and Cecil Katter's push shot accounting for three points. Wilkinson started the shooting lor the second half with a short bucket, and Cecil Katter counted another for Hayfield after the next tipoff, and the score stood still until late in the period, when Wilkinson connected again and Bill Cedina profited by three points as he got a basket and a free throw all wrapped up in one package. Wilkinson got another goal just before he left the game, and it was 30 lo 10 at the end of the third period. Add Last Counter. Blank's one-handed shot in the last three seconds set the score at 31 to 14 after a slow final quarter with reserve combinations on the floor for the winners. Two long tosses by Paul Schuldt helped Klemme to jump into a 6 to 2 lead over Hanlontown in the RALPH O'DELL And Strong: Supporting Card MASON CITY ARMORY, MAR. 18 TICKETS MAIN FLOOR AND FIRST ROW BALCONY $1.12 2ND ROW BALCONY. . ,85c (Jash or Money Order I'ayahle lo W. .T. Irviner, Mason Cily Ames Out of Scrap, Loser to Host Five Waterloo West, Shenandoah Cagers Lose in Upsets at Prelim Meets. DBS MOINES, (JP)--Iowa will have a new boys' high school basketball champion in two weeks. Ames, the 193G titiist, droppec out of the championship huh along with several other favorite: in the sectional tournaments Friday night. Nevada stopped Ames' bid foi another championship, 30 to 28, in the second round of the Colo sectional. Although the Little Cyclones were not expected to reach the state tournament finals at Des Moines March IB, 19 and 20, they were doped to come through the sectional competition safely. Plenty cf Company. Ames did not lack company in the also-ran class for the deflated favorites. Shenandoah, reputedly the best Class A team in the third district, couldn't get by Clarinda. The Hawkeye Six champions were beaten 20 to 18, after a fierce battle. Clarinda made only three field goals, but slipped in 14 free throws to win. It was Shenandoah's first defeat in the last 17 games. Iowa City high, touted as the lass A winner in its own sec- Lipnal, bowed out before West Liberty, 27 to 24. Waterloo West, a finalist last year, was swamped :y Teachers High of Cedar Falls, 35 to 18, in the Waterloo sectional. Manchester Wins. Manchester, far from champion- ihip caliber,- eliminated Dubuquc, 13 to 17. Not to surprising was f-Iawarden's IS to 16 victory over Central of Sioux City. Two thrillers were played at Clinton and Newton. Davenport beat Clinton, 27 to !5, in a wild contest, and New- on, Central Iowa conference ruler, nipped Grinnell, 24 to 23. Most of the Class B favorites moved ahead as expected. Finals in both the A and B divisions were played in the seo ionals Saturday. There will be .32 teams left to compete in the eight districl tournaments next week-end. BE-GAZETTE S Cagers Face Last Roundup at Clear Lake -- CLASS A = CLASS B -- Dye Thompson Crystal Lake Ventura 18-16 PIONEERS WIN BULLDOG TILT ake Loses to Share Third Notch in Valley League With Grinnell Squad. DBS MOINES, (/PJ--Drake and nnnell, biller rivals, shared Ihird )Iace Saturday in the Missouri V a l l e y conference basketball landing as a result of GrinncII's 43 to 40 victory over the Bulldogs n an overtime game here Friday light. Bolh teams finished the valiey eason with seven victories in 12 games. There is a possibility they night get a second place tie. That, lowever, is improbable since Vashburn, last place team, would lave to defeat Creighton, now sec- Dnd to the champion Oklahoma Aggies, at Omaha. The Bluejays re expected to hold their second pot without much trouble. Morth Iowa Wins in Minnesota U Tussles NEW HAMPTON--Jack Glca- on, son ot Mr. .and Mrs. C. D. 21eason of New Hampton, won the 35 pound championship title at he M i n n e s o t a all-university vrcstling meet Thursday. Jack is freshman there. He was a star atman while attending high chool here. niasnn City Thursday mini Clear Lake I'llHay Miisnii Cily 2 3 - 1 1 Cily Brill Saturday Friday liO Nora SnrhiES Brili 3P-HI Forcsl City Friday Garner S a t u r d a y 3:011 Forest Cily 22-18 Friday ":O Vcn tiirs U»vFicia Falls I I I - M I'riilay .lain llock Fall* Saturday S:00 Klemme 28-lfi lI;niton(cUT HanloiitiHvn' 22-21 Thursday 8:00 Swiiledalt l-'riflay H:tlft Klemme 30-11 Klemme Thursday 7:011 I.claiul Tournament Boxscores Spanglcr Dana CLASS A I N O R A . Sl'R'GS--10 lettv Mason City Moves to Top Contest With Friday Game Items Picked Up Here and*Mohawks Drub Thompson t l \ II 2|Manpi,i I n i l l c r r c l l I 1 2 l K r a n p a ( I DILorenlzen t t I l U e k c r c II II II C l i c s l i m l o II :! I j o l l J I c r I II I I B c h n c c I II 2| « a i j a I I) D II ^ I II II I 1 i) n I I o i 12 5 HITOTALS score by q u a r t e r s - TOTALS R u n n i n g It RITT . N O R A S P R I N G S . . . . . l-'rcc throws missed: S 11 rinss 7. FOREST CITY-- 22 J G A R N E R -- IS ; 10 Nora indvick Stover j; .iiifrcn C I I) I. 1| Dcnncy f II 1 4 { J a c o u s c n f ~ IJ li'romnkins f II II :!|En;sllcr I I : :i|Slolls c » II ll|.lli,v,l £ » 1 0| Weaver E tc n n 8 C I2|TOTALS core by quarters: . nlsscd: Forest Cily 7 TOTALS nun nine FOREST CITY G A U N E R rcc t h r o w s Garner 12. ' CLASS B ROCK FALLS--Cll ( H A Y F I E L D -- I I * » I"l 1C ft hdirar f il [| 0|Blaiik ! · 1 trem-n f I ] 41 l ) | Kelson r ( l o t ·Holland t -, II I |C. M a i l e r t -j i "Ion ' II II ll|l). Kallcr c. II II Solbcrc I n II ( I J C h i z c k f ;: II ·· m i k i u s n n o 1 II l | l l e i i r l c k h c n |r II 0 3 D r i l i n a R ·· I ^| I l i n r i c h s c n 5 (I ri :i| t E i U c l l s 0 0 ll| by TOTALS M : R u n n i n g score IOCK FALLS l A Y l ' U I L I l Free (brows missed: l a y l i c l d I*. | T O T A I . S - Ill Falls KL.I2M3IG--:!« I HANLONTOWN-- 111 S l l " f | If l i f t ·ffciiscn f I 2 211.. Kaasa f II I I nsslrscfi I I ll 2|FiclI I t n d u e c c ;i i :i|ricc f u n .emkr, JT I l| " M a n c I I .clinlai r :t 1 u i v a n Z'nlcii c 1 u 1C. Kaas. I II I ( P u l t o n - E n l TOTALS 7 ; -,u7 OTALS 1 " 3 Hinminr; score by quarters: LEMiMH J J IK ;! ANLONTOWN s r, X Frc* thrown infsserl: Klcmine 8; Han- ontou-n 8. 1 1 ' 2 . i n e w e a v c r c II . Stiles c ntlersnn g ICHVSTAL L'KF.-- Ifi If II n( , 2|]ilek t S i n 0 2 | 5 w a h f I .1 I II 2]Ftner f I! II II II II ;l|H. Sorenson e II :l X 11 l 2]C. Snrensnn S II I I I 2 i J c n s c n K I) |] pening period of their important ,Iass B contest, and Ray Jorgen- on dunked one shot, angled in anther, and later tossed a free throw o aid his mates in gelling an 11 3 5 margin at the quarter. Harold ield's two goals, both at short ange, scored most of Hanlon- own's points. Hanlontown went without a ounter during the second period, /hile Schuldt was picking up a ·ee throw and another long shot, orgenson was polling another oal from the free throw circle, nd Rube Grosshucsch was col- ecting still another, seconds be- orc the gun, on a sweet block lay thai let him have the basket. /Ide open. The score was 18 lo 5 the half. Listless Third Session. A listless third period ended at 0 to 8 for Klemme, Ted Kaduce oring a single basket on a block ay that left him an open shot, hile Gordon Mau toppled In a hort one and added a free throw r Hanlontown, Field cracked Ihe nel for Han- nlown to open the fourth period, nd the teams fought a point-for- oint battle as half the playing time assed. Kaduce scored a pair of Abounds and a free try to keep ,e margin at 225 to 13. Field Minted twice and Paul Patton nee for Hanlontown. A free toss for each team kept e margin even, and buckets by odger Van Zaanlen and Jorgcn- n made the score 28 to 16 at c close. OTALS Ituniiln.. ... V E N T U R A . . CRYSTAL L A K E Free Ihroivs al Lake II. O f f i c i a l s : G o r m l e y ( U p p e r l o w a j . I 8 I * 2 lllil'OTAl.S score by o.narlcrs: . 1 -. a .IB · ~ :t In in missed: Ventura I; Crya- d'a Denser THREE ON TOP IN CAGE MEET Hansell, Armstrong Sharino Honors With West Bend" Girls in Tourney. DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS Hlffh School Girls. AT iiA.vsi;r.r, U a t r r r l t l e .VI; Conrail II. Harwell yj; W c l l s h l i r s VIT AT W E S T IIE.Vn Annslrnni: rid:' Wr.slr.j- ::!.' HaiUicll high school occupied lop place in girls' district basketball standings, with two wins and no defeats in a round robin northeast district tournament on ils own TM ul ;t Salurday, after defeating Wcllsburg in a 29 lo 27 thriller that was decided in an overtime period. Waterville climbed into a tie with Wellsburg for second place, beating Conrad 55 to 44 arid dropping tjie latter from the title "ice. Armstrong and West Bend, both winners in two games, were to fight it out for the title as a northwest district meet at West Bend ended. West Bend won from George, 38 to 18, and Armstrong defeated Wesley, 30 to 26, to drop the losers out of the contest. George will also oppose Wesley In the final program. Hansell meets Watervilln while Conrad plays Wcllsburg for the windup at Hansell. There at Sectional Cage Tussles. By STAFF WRITER CLEAR LAKE--Picking them off Ihe backboards at the sectional basketball tournament here: So numerous are the Mason City faces in the sectional tournament audience, an onlooker would al- was being Among the former Mason Cily- ans present at Friday night's session was Henry Galbreth, son of Ihe Rev. William Galbreth of the Olivel-Zion church in Mason Cily . . . Galbreth, now superintenden of schools at Klemme, played some twilight league baseball ii Mason Cily five and six year ago. Easily Ihe most gaudily attired spectator was Emerson Decker most think the meet held at Mason City. in Second Round of Meet at Clear Lake. THERE'S NO. 2 M A S O N CITY--l.-i Shots FG FT FTM 1'F G. Wood [ .. 7 5 II I I) Cookni:in f .. 2 II II n | M c K c m y f . 7 ;i 1 II :t W a l l a c e t ... II I I 1 I «'. Wood (t . I gaily bedecked or be-deckeret in a yellow and red jacket; Quoting one Chris Johnston whose Clear Lake team was eliminated by Mason City in the firs rounl Thursday night: "Masoi City will, get to the district but not the stale meet this year They will be bealen cither by Marshalltown or Webster City. J look for Marshalltown to rcpresenl this district at DCS Moines in Class A." * * * Mason City's reserves acquitted themselves nobly, building up n a to 0 lead in the early part of the game with Thompson, and playing as cooly as veterans. They held Thompson scoreless for five and one-half minutes. Howard Gorman, varsity pivot- man who turned in a masterful job Friday night, almost did a headsland on the court in the second quarter when he stumbled going down court. The one-sided, uninteresting Mason City-Thompson affair saw many spectators leaving at the half . . . as the Mohawks led If! to 2 after holding Thompson scoreless during the second quarter. Thompson's single field goal came in the third period . . . on a beautiful running shot, tossed one- handed by Don Rippentrop. 9 * Si Three out of the first four games of the tournament saw the leading team holding a 4 to 2 margin at the end ol the first period . . . Ihe overtime session that saw Forest City win from Garner Friday was Ihe second of the day and Ihe third of the meet. Referee Gormley did a Sonja Henie . . . without ice skates . . . during the evening program, skidding on a fast turn at the north side of the court. Crystal Lake . . . losing in the first contest Friday afternoon, wore those white Clear Lake shirts which the Lions had discarded Thursday night . . . hoodoo? is * £ Chris Johnston . . . mopping the floor . . ' ·· goes . . today . Nora Springs high school had an says: "That's Ihe way it coach yesterday, Janitor onr.illment ot September 102 students last and now- has !)2 hut was forced to compete in ss A this season because its original figure is just two students over Ihe dividing line . . . and (he September enrollment is evidently the one that counts . . . * * * In case you don't think there was crowd Thursday night, wnen Mason City beat Clear Lake . . . 1,001 persons laid their shekels on :he counter to buy tickets . . . besides that, season ticket holders swelled the total to more than 1,200. BAD NEWS STILLWATER, Okla., (fP)-~ Bad news for Missouri Valley basketball coaches: Henry Iba loses only dipt. Taylor Little, guard, from his championship 19X7 Oklahoma A. M. basketball team. Shots 111 FG FT Fl'ill I'F 1'ls. TiiOMrso.v- Uolih.srn, ( Awe t Ll n I - Hansinr. f ... II il II 1 l l a g c n c i t c . . -1 II II I Lockrcm r. . a [I ^ 2 Ilravick R . . . :l II 11 il llippctitro|! f 3 I II n Tliurland e · l n II 0 TOTALS UiT I ~ S Score by quarters: MASON C1TV: L 1 . . . 3 l H THOMPSON .. . , : . . . . - . : . 2 · -;; O f f i c i a l s : Gormlcy (Parsons)! Ifcticer ( U i i p c r loiva). AT CLEAR LAKE CLASS A--FIUST UOUN'n llritt :ID: N'ora Springs U), Forest City :r:: G a r n e r JH. S E C O N D ROU.M) Mason Cily IS: Thompson r.. CLASS II--I'lRST 110UNO Hock Falls 3 1 1 Hayfield I I . Vcnlur.l I D : Crystal L a k e Mi. SECOND R O U N D K l e m m e ::»; l l a i t l n n t o w n l(i. CLEAR LAKE -- Mason City moved through the second round ol Class A competition and into the championship game in the sectional basketball tournament her Friday night, beating Thompson 45 to e: Two full squads of Mohawks got into Ihe game, Ihe "reserves" slarling the contest and building up a fl to 2 lead, while the regulars came in lo run the count to 1G to 2 al the half. Thompson failed lo score from Ihe field until Don Rippentrop caged a one-handed shot in the third session, which ended 32 to The six points for Thompson were lowest score ever turned in by a Mason City opponent. GOLDIMTTS BATTLE ENDED Paul Harlnek Wins Laurels for Second Time, Takes Heavyweight Crown. CHICAGO, nek, Omaha, (UP)-- Paul Hart- Nebr., defending ., heavyweight, was crowned champion of the Golden Gloves Boxing lournament for the second time id^;i night after winning a three round decision against Lemuel Franklin, colored, of Cleveland. Seven other amateur fighters won championship awards in the other weight classes. Twenty-one thousand boys took part in an elimination contest. Harlnefc staged the greatest upset in Ihe t o u r n a m e n t by defeating the Clevelnnder. Franklin had won his last 10 fights by knockouts. The eight champions earned the right to represent Chicago in the Inter-City bouts with New York icrc March 24. FINAL BOUTS 112 pound class -- J i m m y Urso, Detrc-il Mich., defeated J n h n Noto, Chicaro C. V. O. (J). II* ponnil class-- Frank Kalnralli, Chi- caco C. Y. O., beat Al Scarlala, Green Bay, WIs. 13). 12li pound class -- Will Joyce, Gary, Ind,, )eat Clayton Johnson, Sioux City, Iowa. ). 133 nound class-- Edward Kozole, D e - oit. Mich., Deal Tommy rallalln, South Bend, Ind. CD. 117 pound class -- Verne Patterson, chi- ffrt, heat Loiii* Anirelucei, Chiearo. (3). Mill poum! class-- Al Ward!i«r, Dayton. Ohio, hril John Gordon, Kansas Ctly, "· p o u n d Hi-.., -- l l r r r a l i r t . i l l . , heal N i r k o l a -.ulkee, \V'j's, (111. I l e a v y w c l p h t rlass -- Paul . Omaha. Nehr.. h r a t I.rmur.1 I r a n k l i n , Cleveland, Ohio. (3). an IVrsl. Cen- Lnhiivkh, jm- llarliir.k, Tournament Results DISTRICT NO. 5 At Charles Cily. Cl.A.SS A--SECOND R O U N D Ncu- H a m p t o n 111: Nashua I I . Clliirlcs City Hit H I c r v i l l r : uo. GLASS 11--SliCONIl ItOUN'U l.illlc L'cdar 11; 1'lamliclll K. Cohvcll :P3; Ionia 2-1, Uuilil 111; Orchard la. l-'rctlerlka ::«; Mima ;. At Decorah. CLASS A--I'lRST I I O U N I ) D c c u r a l l -ID; Lansing 5. Waukou -IS; Crcaco 10. CLASS 11--SI-:CONI IUU,\U R i i l g c t v a y :;»; New Alliln Sli. L a w l i r (?!! Furl A t k i n s o n 5. Lime Springs r.': Osian IS. At Fayellc. CLASS A--FIUST I t O U N D TUaynaril ^; Sunnier n. West U n i o n -1,1; Fnyette ^7. CLASS IS--FIUST K U U N K Tripoli :!;i; Aurora II). Ha\rkcye -11; Or.TM :,'!. At Nortlnvootl. CLASS A--FIRST R O U N D L a k e Mills «; M a n l y Hi. SliCONl) K O U N I I SI. An.ic:.'ir l l : Norllurooii St. Lake a i l l l s i l l ! Ojasc :!S. CLASS 11--SKCONI) H O U N D lllikc III; O l r a i i t n I I . . tiralloii ilD; M r l u l i r c IT. Plymouth IK; Mitchell 13. Fertile 33; Kensctt 25. At Waterloo. ' CLASS 'A--FIUST ROU.VIJ J e s n n 17; n i i i i k e r t D i i l l , SECOND HOUND ·readier* llipli (Cctlar FaUj) :|.7; West Waterloo 18. East Waterloo :j;i; .lesnp K. CLASS H--FIHST H O U N D F i n c l i o r d :j^j D e n v e r :2II. DISTRICT NO. fi Al Acklcy. CLASS A-- S E C O N D H O U N D IDUM l-'alK :t(i; Railclilfc 17. Acklcy M; I'arkersluirr. 21. CLASS n-- F I R S T H O U N D :i!; A l l l c n ·;·.'. SI:CONI H O U N D Arlington ^1; lluljhard lo. Al Burl. B u f f a l o Center I K ; s\vca City 17. CLASS II-- SECOND H O U N D Woilcn i l ; M a p l e t i l l ! 21. l.cilyaru y|; Grant 17. Seneca 10; Lone Kock 13. Al DOWS. CLASS) A-- FIRST R O U N D Clarion :17; D o n s '-'.I. CLASS II -- S K I M i r i K A L I t O U N D Cioodcll :!2; W i l l i a m s in. Latlnicr :l:i; (JaH ~'J. At Renwick. CLASS I! -- S E C O N D R O U N D I.uvcmc 12; llnrtc II). r.enu'lck '^Cj Vernon Twp. 2J. O t t o s e n 22; (loltUicld ;!J. Wesley 2:i; Tlior 17. Al Sheffield. CLASS A-- S E C O N D H O U N D C i a r k e v l U e :17; Ilocliforil :i:l. H a m p t o n 2!); S l i r t i i c l i l 21). CLASS It -- S I ' I C O N I I H O I J X D ? l n r l i l c Rock 'M; D i i m o n t 17. l l a n s c l l III; Thornlon 8. Al Wehster City. CLASS A-- S E M I F I N A L H O U N D Webster City IS; S l a i i l i o n e 17. Ellsworth 27; S t o r y City lii. CLASS n-- S E M I F I N A L H O U N D G i l b e r t I I I ; R a n d a l l 17. Kamrar 2 t ; W n o l s l n c k IX. DISTRICT NO. 7 Al linimcbsliurg. CLASS A -- S I C M l l ' I N A I . H O U N D I l u t l i v r n ·!:: West Kcntl 2:i. Kmmeislmrg 2!; Spencer l!. CLASS II--SKCONI) R O U N D Mallard 2Di D E c k e n K 2 1 . «- W e l l b :12: R o d m a n 25. Lake Center 2fi: Curlew 2:1. Hnllaml 311; W l l i t l e r i i n r e IIF. At Spirit T.nkc, CLASS A -- F I R S T H O U N D F - s l l i e r v i l t c 2X; M i l f n r d I I . CLASS II--SECOND H O U N D Terrill 12: Royal 12. Okohoji Tou-ahllin H:i: Haifa 12. A r n o l i l s Park 2:i: S u p e r i o r IK. Lake I'ark :I2; C i r e M i s v J I l e 11, Iowa State, Husker Splashers Share in Honor at Tank Test AMKS, ( U P ) -- I o w a State and Nebraska swimming teams, perennial leaders in the Big Six conference race, each qualified 10 men in the preliminaries in Iowa Stale's pool here Friday night. The University of Kansas qualified three men and Kansas Stale one. Hagelin, Nebraska, was Ihe individual star of the qualifying rouml. setting a new record of 55.1 seconds in the 100-yard dash and finishing first in his heats o£ Ihe 60-yard dash and the 440-yard free style event. Wempe and Haldeman led for Iowa Stale. Wempe look two firsts ind n second, while Haldeman garnered three firsts. TURl'LK WINS CHICAGO, (UP)--Northwestern defeated Chicago Friday in an ndoor track meet, 53 lo 28 it- Favored Teams Win in N. Iowa Area Big Upset Sees Fertile Win at Northwood; Buffalo Gets Tough Test.. By STAFF WRITER Mosl of North Iowa's fav basketball choices stayed in running Friday n i g h t , as the citcmenl rose to fever pitch at ;:. score of sectional tournaments in favorite the c cx- cms area. New Hampton and Charles Cily advanced toward meeting at Charles Cily Friday night, tho Chickasaws winning from Nashua, 34 lo 14, while the Comets defeated Rieeville, 32 to 20, and the promised contcsl should provide plenly of fireworks, since the Carney brothers will probably be back in action for New Hampton, after a long period of enforced idleness. Colwell Is Threat. Colwell's surprising team loomed as a threat in Class B, after beating Ionia 33 to 24. Colwell dumped Fredericksburg, the early favorite, Thursday. Favored Decorah and Waukon teams advanced at Decorah, while West Union's strong squad also moved up at Fayettc, and Manchester dropped Dubuquc out of the running by 13 to 17 at Dubuque. Norlhwqod produced one of the biggest upsets in the slate when Fertile defeated Kensetl's Worth county champions, 33 to 25, Friday night. Plymouth was still the favorite lo defend Us title of last season in Class B, however. An improved Lake Mills team surprised some followers when il defeated Osagc 24 to 25. and St. Ansgar played fine ball to beat Norlhwood, 41 to 21. Wavcrly Breezes In. A favored Waverly squad breezed through at Oclweln in Class A, while Iowa Falls, North Central conference champion, was moving toward a session with Acklcy at Ackley. Iowa Falls beat n»dcli[fc 3(i to 17, while Acklcy lopped Piirkersburg, strong Butler county learn, 33 lo 21. Another favorite was upset in Class B at Burl, when Seneca whipped Lonerock 19 to 15, and the Class A meeting there provided a thrill as Buffalo Center's highly-touted team, North Iowa league champion, was extended to the limit to win from Swea Cily, Kossulh county titleholders. The Bison won 18 to 17 in an overtime session. Clarion defeated Dows 37 lo 24 lo get into the top contest in Class A at Dows, while the favorites in Class B, Goodell high school, polished off William.-; 32 to 10. Lati- mcr was beating Gnlt 33 to 2-1 at the same time. Gold-Field Is Upset. As Luvernc, one of the early choices, came through at Hcnwick, beating Bode 42 lo 10, another big kickovcr went inlo Ihe records, when Olio-sen heal Goklfiekl, nipping the star team in Class B by 22 Ic 21. Clarksvillc, another strong team from Butler county, beal Rockford 37 to 33 at Sheffield, wnile the favored Hampton five came through over the home boys, 29 to 20. Hnnsell, Class B choice, romped to win over Thornton by 40 to 8. Emmclsburg, which did not meet Spencer, the Lake's conference champion, d u r i n g the season, and finished second ifi the league rate, polished off Ihe leaders by 29 lo 19, and jumped inlo a favorite's berth in its own tournament. Waterloo Cagers Win in Dumont Court Tilt DUMONT---Wonder Bread of Waterloo defeated the Dumont Independents in a Friday night basketball game, 35 to 22, as Wedeman led the attack: with 15 points. Shreve scored 12 for Du- monl. Simpson Claims Its Share of Cage Honor PELLA, (/Pj--The Simpson college basketball team claimed a share of third place in the Iowa conference after closing its season with n 31 to 25 victory over Central here Friday night. M I C H I G A N W I N S ANN AliBOn, Mich., ( U P ) -Michigan defeated Pittsburgh in an indoor track meet here Friday night. C6 lo 38. The Wolverines took the mile relay and 21 of 33 places in I I other events. CELEBRATION Charles Barber and 32 other volleyball players celebrated his seventy-first birthday Friday at the Y. M. C. A., with two games and a luncheon. Toastmasler Fred Heneman called on Ray Paulcy, A. J. Marshall and Mr. Barber for short talks aboul volleyball as it used to be in Mason Cily, while Roy Peterson, assisted by a corps of barbershop ten- nrs, led Ihe singing of "Happy Birlhclay." FOREST CITY IN HARD SCRAP AT CLASS A EVENT Garner Forces Indians Into Extra Period; Britt Has Edge Over 'Springs. CLEAR LAKE--Britt and Forest City, bolh North Iowa conference competitors, came through their Class A contests Friday afternoon and evening in the sectional basketball tournament here, Britt outclassing a crippled Nora Springs team, 29 to 10, while the Indians ran into a surprisingly strong Garner outfit which carried the fight into an overtime session. Forest City eventually took the contest by 22 to 18. The needed points for the victory were provided by Bob Indvick, all-around expert who performed at center for Forest City. Jnch'itk shoved a running, one- hand shot into the ring during the early minutes of the extra session, and poked in a setup later to provide the final margin. The lead changed hands five times during the contest, and Forest City's final margin of four points was the biggest edge for either team at any point in the game, except for a brief moment in the t h i r d period when the Indians held a 12 to 8 edge. Brill Out in Frouf. Three dead-eye shots, two by Billy Spangler and another by Harold Johnson, helped Brill's scrappy midgets take a 7 to 3 leact over Nora Springs as the first quarter of their contest ended. Nora Springs' points came entirely on free throws, Arlcigh Krapua getting two. Holland Miller's free throw for Nora Springs and Harold Johnson's bucket for Britt added to the total after late in the second period, a flock of scoreless minutes had gone by, and a burst of scoring in the last two minutes put Britt out in fronl by Ifl to 5 at the half. Lowell Brooks counted twice on short tips, and Paul McMillan and Spangler also caged goals. Don Ueker's free throw was good for Nora Springs' added point, the Floyd counly team leaving tho court without a field goal for the first half. . ' ·. . . , . , ; . , ' . Slow Third Period. The third quarter produced no scoring u n t i l the seventh minute, when Ueker counted for Nora Springs and Elwyn Steil for Brill, both on short tries. The score was IB to 7 when the period ended. Harold Johnson made the defense look bad on a pair of setups as he led a last period attack that gave Brill a lead of an even !5 points, at 25 to 10, while Miller WHS getting a short one for Nora Springs' second basket. Hugh Mullin added n basket, from deep court, and Rudy Johnson bagged another short one lo make it 2!) lo 10 at the end. Forest City jumped into a ;! lo 0 lead over Garner in Friday night's opening contest, but a surprising red-suited squad grabbed the edge right back at 4 to 3, only to lose it late in the quarter. Forest City had got the jump when Indvick pushed in a rebound after 1 Wilfred Lingren had made one free try and missed n second. Dribbles for Setup. Boyd Dcnncy dribbled through the defense for a Garner setup after U'ilcy Wonver had counted free me, lo tie (he score, and Weaver's free try put Garner ahead 4 to 3. Forest City went back in the lead as the quarter ended, however, when Indvicic missed two free tries and caged liis own rebound. The score was 5 to 4. The I n d i a n s kept t h e i r slim margin nl the h a l f , Indvick dumping in a rebound In combine with Porter's free toss and add up to eight points. Denney tipped one in from r,n out-of-bounds toss, and added a free try late in the period to make the score R to 7. The Indians pulled their margin up to four points in the third period, bill the gun found them s t i l l lending by a bare point, v'ck tipped in his own rebound and Lingren followed up on his own missed free try, poking a high rebound back into the net. Hold Slim Edge. Wayne Burman also caged n free t h r o w , but Diclc Tompkins broko in for a setup, and Dcnncy raged a long one from the side (n leave the score at 13 to 12 when the q u n r t c r ended. Garner held the lent! for j u s t a inomcril early in the fourth period, when Pete Jacobson hit a. long one from the side, lost it again on n pair of free throws by Lingren, then saw the count knotted as Jacobsen angled another off the backboard. The Indians slipped behind again as Lloyd Stotts got a clean j u m p shot out of the free throw lane, making it 18 lo 16 with a minute and a half left, but Indvick drove in from an angle and slapped his shot squarely into the net to make it 18 to 17 and the score stayed that way, Wayne Porter missing a hurried one-hand poke, d u r i n g the closing seconds of the regular period. Intlvick's r u n n i n g nnc-hniulnr grabbed the lead for Forest Cily :ig;u'n in the extra period, and ho poked in n setup on a second drive for the goal lo give the Indian 1 ; 1 22 to Ifl edge.

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