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Mason City, Iowa
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MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1939 \A MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE OUT of the PRESSBOX BY AL MITCHELL It's Time to Move So passes the big show . . . the peanut shells are swept out of the aisles, and another Iowa basketball championship has b e e n awarded . . . to a team worthy of it. * » » Maybe it's a JItfle early, but I imagine that members of the board of control of the Iowa Hish School Athlelic association . . expecting to gross between 518,000 and 517,000 for the state Basketball tournament gave thought Monday to the problem of accommodating all of the fans who want to attend future meets. Final figures on (he 1939 tournament probably will show a 12'/per cent increase over the veeord- faroaking $15,000 for the 1938 tournament. * « * Attendance also soared this year with an estimated 7,500 persons Damming the Drake fieldhouse for the final session. At least a thousand persons were turned away Saturday night and three board members said they were concerned with the seating problem. An unidentified woman fainted Saturday night in the crush around one entrance. Mrs. 3. T. Trefz, wife of the Creston high school principal, suffered several broken bones in her left foot Saturday afternoon and attended the night program using crutehes. * * o Ted Saur, of Fail-field,, board representative from the southeast district, said the tournament should be moved from Des Moines unless the city provides a more suitable site. O. C. Varner, board chairman, and C. L. Ellis of New Providence also declared larger accommodations were necessary. Saur said he favored holding the' next tournament in the University of Iowa fieldhouse at Iowa City. TECH COACH HAS SOPH STATUS TO PLAGUE SESSION Pitt Tutor Likely to Be Chosen in Rapidly Shuffling Events PITTSBURGH, {If) -- Athletic troubles that echoed through Pitts skyscraper schoolhouse and on to Duquesne's campus recently Monday spread to Carnegie Tech but Bill Kern said he wouldn't complete the cycle of coaching changes. Reports spotting; him as the next to enter Pittsburgh's rapidly c h a n g i n g : intercollegiate sports picture coincided with requests of 15 Carnegie sophomore gridders for "a clear understanding of their status." College officials, denying there had been a revolt, ' admitted a liberal plan of President Robert E Doherty for alumni financial help to worthy athletes had not operated as they hoped it would. Lack o£ alumni contributions lorced the sophomores to supplement the support by a work program. They complained they were overburdened with football practice, the necessity of work and keeping up with their studies. What About Future? This caused speculation over future grid material in the wake of a threatened depletion of players through stiff scholastic requirements that brought about dismissal of one varsity performer and two freshman prospects Kern, former Pitt tackle, only recently signed for another year at the job where he broke into a national football spotlight last season. He refused an offer from Boston college to stay at C °°?? r °." All-Tourney Listing Potlthers TgPState Cage Lists PREP STARS GET HONOR SPOTS ON COACHES' FIVES And so say we and Woolfries' mild . in spite of threats and . but pleadin. I'm sorry, Andy you see how it is? * * * They Were Better So the big show is gone . . . with the championship going to a real champion this season. By this time, some one will infer that I'm taking a crack at a couple of previous champions. That's too bad, because I'm not. But Creston proved its superiority, through the .season and the tournaments . . . against a stronger field than has been seen in the semifinals of the championship meet in several rears. * * $ Mason City definitely was the shocker team in the finals meet. The Mohawks simply left too much basketball in their contest with Sac City to beat a stronger Diagonal team than that which won the state title a year ago « * * Two Cagers Honored Two Mason Cityans were selected on the United Press all- tournament team at the Iowa high school clash. Bill Colloton was chosen as first team forward, while Maurice Cooper was selected at a guard position. Bob Brisbane was placed on the second team selection This is his reply to reports he would not renew his contract: I like it here. I want to stay Us silly to think o£ things like that. I've got a lot of things to worry about before that time- spring football, getting boys eligible, putting them on the field next fall and so forth. "I haven't a thing to say in answer to the report that I'm thinking of quitting because the time is too far off to even think of such a possibility." To Pick Pitt Coach Across the street from Tech the Fitt board of trustees gathered with indications it will pick a successor to Head Football Coach Dr John B. (Jock) Sutherland. Charles Bowser, former coach at Bowdoin aad Grove City college, is conceded the inside track. He served under Sutherland on two occasions and was a star center and quarterback on Glenn "Pop" Warner's old Panther squad. Jock's resignation f o l l o w i n g similar action by four assistants climaxed two years of wrangling over Pitt athletic policy. A strict? ly amateur basis has been established by Chancellor John G -Bowman. Creston Panthers Win in fowaHighSchool Tourney Neighbor Squad Has 25-20 Edge on 1938 State Champions by the way, a former North lowan had a hand in picking the lineups. Tony Ahrenkeil, who left Goodel] to earn a regular job with Drake university's Missouri Valley co- champions, was one-o£ the selectors. PLAN FOR HUNT ALGONA-- The Algona unit of tile Kossuth conservation league will hold its annual predator hunt this spring, closing the event June 1. it was announced here. Order Your SUIT or TOPCOAT Now ... For Easter New Spring Patterns Now on Display M A D E TD M E A S U R E I Suits -TOPCOATS -0 COATS! BOSTON TOPS CUP CHOICES Bruins Enter Playoff for Stanley Trophy in National Hockey NEW YORK, (U.R)-The Boston Bruins, who broke five records ic winning the National Hockey league championship, were heavy favorites Monday to win the Stanley cup, emblematic of world ice supremacy. Playoffs begin in three cities Tuesday night The Bruins, called the "Yankees of hockey," ended the season Sunday night with a 7 to 5 overtime victory over Montreal. The Brains meet the New York Rangers in the first game in a oest of seven series at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night while the New York Americans engage the Maple Leafs in Toronto and Detroit's Red Wings play Les Canadiens at Montreal. The SEVEN OUT OF CYCLONE LIST Jim Yeager Hopes Are Thin as Iowa State Opens Grid Sessions AMES, (U.PJ--The weather willing, approximately 60 Cyclone gridders will launch spring football practice at Iowa State college this week. Scanning the 1939 roster whicli finds seven regulars of the great 193S Iowa State eleven missing, Coach Jim Yeager states: "We can't be as strong as last year, but . . ." The young mentor's tone shows that he doesn't intend to have tus Cyclones sliovcd from the top bracket of the Big Six conference. the cup . defending champion Chicago Black Hawks failed to make the cu playoffs by seven points. Final standings: w Boston ............ 36 Toronto .' \mericans ......I]* 17 21' Detroit is 24 VIonlreal " 15 21 I. 10 16 IDS E. STATE P H O N E 498 'INSURANCE BONDS 4 MASON CITY 3 10 Pis. 74 53 47 44 42 31 32 Michigan Star Wins, Sets Fourth Record CORAL GABLES, Fla., OJ.R)-- Taylor Drysdale, former University of Michigan swimming star from Detroit, turned in his fifth world record in as many Sundays when he lowered the mark for the o-yard backstroke over a -5- yard course. Drysdale churned the pool three times in 42.9 seconds to beat the J° ur ./ear old mark of 43.3 set by Adolph Kiefer in Indianapolis. Emmetsburg Five to Enter DeMolay Meet DES MOINES, Cim-Five teams ta n'fr , ent T s so far £or *e state DeMolay basketball tournament to be held in the Iowa State Teachers college gymnasium at Cedai- Falls on March 30-April 1 They are Boone, the defending ,?-2' 1 Av tI ; ^° rt Dodge - Em ig, Waterloo and Kcokuk We have the manpower,' Yeager said, "but I have neve been so uncertain about a pos sible lineup." Yeager's first as sistant for spring drills will be Ed Bock, 1938 Cyclone all-Ameri can. who was added to the Iowa staff on Jan. 1. Major and minor lettermen re spring practice will in- Centers: Jack West. Ed Fuller H.Tl Vr- F on Gris "'oW. Merle 'osbornc Hueh Vickerstaff. Lindsay V ins el Darron-, Howard lleain V '"5M, m Two North lowans i: List of 40 Cyclones AMES -- Cutting short theii spring vacation, 40 Iowa State college baseball candidates Monday reported to Coach LeRoy Iimrn for what they hoped could be their first outdoor workout Six Cyclone squadmen, three of them pitchers, have won baseball letters Capt. Othmar Pudenz, Au- st who may be shifted to another infield position- Floyd Whitford. Volga; regular first baseman in 1936' Everett Kischei-. Albert City, all Big Six quarterback and a slugging outfielder: Stan Swandahl, Huxley: Don Ueber. Pomeroy. and Dean Di-ury. Early--the latter three nurlers--are the Iowa State vct- Inclurtcd in the Cyclone roster are John Thompson of Mason City catcher, and Fred Gordon of St. Ansgar, second baseman. Tony Galento Gets Top Challenge Rank WASHINGTON, (if)--The Na- iional Boxing acc/vi^*;^^ «--;.. association agan has named Tony Galento the No. " t0 the Bob Pastor, suspended by the cprnmitiee at its last quarterly sitting, was rated No. 2 contender when the officials learned the w Jersey boxing commission DES MOINES, C/P) -- Creston's Panthers are Iowa 1939 state high school basketball champions. The Panthers moved the state' basketball capital from Diagona to Creston by downing the hard fighting defending champions, 25 to 20, before approximately 7 500 excited fans at the Drake university fieldhouse Saturday night U wasn't easy for the Pan- tliers. Coach Harold Hopkins' squad, a group of versatile performers, bad to beat back a traditional laic-game drive by Pop / arner's lads. Perhaps the most telling factor In the contest was the condition of the Panthers. Hopkins alternated nine men through most of the tournament games while five youngsters carried the heavy burden for Diagonal. Pop's boys came back with ; furious drive late in the third Period and got a 16 to IE tie early in the fourth quarter. They didn't however, have enough left to match the Panthers in the stretch. Bill stauss was the Creston hero. He played a marvelous floor game and contributed seven points from his guard position. His most valuable assistant was big Joe Sealey, a crack center who .,,,., an important player under, the basket. Healey added five points to the Creston total. The victory restored high school basketball supremacy to a class A team. Diagonal was the third class B team to take the championship. Dunkerton was the first to break (he ciass A rule, winning- in 1933, and Mel- rase grabbed the 1937 title. Creston and Diagonal, oddly enough, are in the same high school basketball district. The Panthers and Maroons won the class A and B championships respectively, at the third district tournament at Creston. Only 13 miles separate the towns. Mohawks Lose in Consolation Game Marshalltown's Bobcats, beaten y Creston in the semifinals, won he consolation honors with a 39 to 31 victory over Mason Ciiy. 2 Mohawks, who produced the biggest tournament upset by stooping Sac City, fell before Diagonal, 34 to 31, in the semifinals. 'rickcy / Iciclicr r ( The boxscore: lARSHALL'N--33 MASON CITY--11 c " P- fs a pf » O aCollolon t 2 3 3 1 o I Picket! I n ft rBarbour t " ~ 1 Major I 0 Shipley f 4 Humphrey c 0: Cooper c S B . B r i s b ' n c e fl 0 2 Ciiallis R 3 ,, [Anderson g o 0 SAC CITY HAS SPORT TROPHY Indians Took Upset Defeat With Grace in State Cage Contest By FRANK Nl'E, JR. (Iowa. Daily Press Association) DES MOINES, (IDPA)- As ' a fitting climax to Creston's stirring ^) to 20 victory over Diagonal for the state high school basketball championship, ballots M o n d a y showed that players on- the 16 finalists squads voted the Iowa Daily Press association sportsmanship trophy to Sac City's Indians --the team that took its quarterfinal upset defeat with such good grace. Highly favored to win the tournament from the opening wliisde In (he sectional eliminations three weeks ago, Sac C:ty went down fightine before tlic bali-liawkimr Mason Ci(v quintet, 22 to 17, in a rousing second round contest that wrote hifih school cage history and left some 4,500 fans Jimp in their seats. The Indians' inspiring l a s t quarter rally that fell short apparently caught the fancy of the other players in the tournament for Sac City, led by Center Jim Thynne, nosed out Ute's plucky Class B five for the trophy by a scant three votes. As evidence of the fine sportsmanship displayed by all finalists teams, each squad received votes for the award, offered bv the Iowa Daily Press association of which the Globe-Gazette is a member. Since no player was allowed tn t *i. ! 1 e ""Prejudiced views of the boys who know best the sportsmanlike attitudes of then- opponents in the tournaments. Silver Grey Holds Seven-Game Margin ALGONA--For the eighth consecutive week, in the Kossulh aowling league. Silver Grev held top place. The Silver Greys "led by a seven-game margin after three wins and no losses during the past week. At the close ot the twenty- ifth week of bowling in the eaguc the team standings are as ilvcr Grey ilonka Theater .. Nick's Shine 'nrnicrs /eslcy ..".!![ ford Lumber* * Court House . ~!urt ;;;; .uvemo ' ] [ unior Chamber '.' w i. pet. 30 35 39 33 44 -667 .583 .583 .500 .457 .449 .339 .378 .261 [ooven c . Hcnip'l Dcwilt a V alcrs g 11 1 I 1 I 3 1 I I n o n 0 n TOTALS Jim Thynne Ranked With Bill Stauss in Top-Notch Selection ASSOCIATED PRESS 1939 All-Tournament Teams FIRST TEAM Triekey Marahalllown es Diagonal Thynnn ... Sae City SUuss Creston Cooper Mason City SECOND TEAM ' Colloton Mason city Sharp Utc Heale; Creston Dickens Diagonal ; Brisbin Slason City By IKE SKELLEY Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, WP)-Thin Jim _·; Sac City's great center, and Bill Stauss, who sparked Creston to the state championship, were selected Monday by three collegiate coaches as the outstanding performers in the state high school basketball tournament Louis Menze of Iowa State, ?,°,!' e «' illia ns of Iowa and Bill Williams of Drake, who chose all-tournament teajns for the Associated Press, called Thynne and Stauss two of the most polished players to apnear in the state meet for many years. Ihynne, who probably will appear in the Notre Dame university lineup two years from now, was a unanimous choice for the first .earn center position and Stauss received the same backing for a guard spot. Top Ulan Against Mohawks I hm Jim scored 28 points in .wo'Barnes, and it was, not his fault that Sac City was upset by Mason City in the quarterfinal round. Even in defeat he stood out as the top performer, racing up and down the court in an almost one-man fight to stave off disaster. Sfauss, cool and adroit, led Creston r s drive to the title. He was a dependable scorer when the goinir got rough and his passing was superb. Ben Trie-key, Marshalltown's hustling little forward, and Max Ives, one of Diagonal's battlers were awarded the forward positions. Trickey, a clever dribbler and a constant point-maker was the bright spot of Marshalltown's nird-plaee winners. He topped the -ournament scorers with 37 points Ives did much to bring Diagonal's defending champions back to the itle contest. "Never Give Up" Ivcs He Was a ball-hawking youn"- tei- who never gave up the fight le was an important factor in late Diagonal drives that eliminated Sports Grain Belt, Kprners Top Sunday Bowling Boards Busy Week Ahead on * Local Alleys, Play Opens in Classic Grain Belt Beer and Kozy Korner were top teams in Sunday's prize list, as Mason City Bowling league squads got in a full week's schedule of games. Grain Belt's 2,896 was the high team total, while the Kozy Korner squad rolled a 2,784. Decker Brothers profited by three games as the Lyons Cleaners forfeited their match. Two-game winners were Boyd Alloys, Northwestern States Portland Cement, Tyler-Ryan Furni- In Busy Week Local bowlers will /ace a busy schedule this week, with the annual Lyons Cleaners classic topping the program as it opens its stand next Saturday. City league teams were on schedule Monday and Tuesday with a double schedule set for Wednesday night as both Women's league and Standard Oil leagu. teams compete. Decker Plant league squads bowl Thursday. Friday will be closed to bowling on the local lanes, in preparation for the opening o£ the classic Saturday and Sunday lure. Grain Belt Beer, Quality Fruit Market and Coca-Cola The Daveys, B and B Shoes Decker's Office. Kozy Korner olden Glow, Blue Ribbon Tavern and Maple Inn took single games. R. M. Radeliff had the best se- ics at 580 in the actual pin counts vhile Marvin Balek had a 23i nigh single and the prize-winnino aggregate, 632. Ken Sweeney totaled a 243 prize single. MUSIC FEST HELD BRISTOW--The Musical Festi- ··at sponsored by the band and Jlee clubs ot our school drew an average crowd Friday evening -liuton and Mason City and he was just as impressive in the Diagonal stand against Creston. lUaurice Cooper of Mason City |ot tlic fruard position opposite Sstauss. He was the inspirational l e a d e r u-Iien the Mohawks stunned Sac City, and his play was consistently gnod throughout the tournament. For the second team the coaches "hose Bill Colloton of Mason City ·md Clair Sharp ot Ute as the for- vards; Joe Healey of Ereston center, and Jim Dickens of Diagonal and Bob Brisbine of Mason r ity as the guards. Bowling Scores DECKEH Players-dams cckcr ...... ehrocrtcr ... owles Tatlitt Actual Pins Handicap .. otal Pins 1st 193 . 151 154 151 1GO 809 . 73 2nd 3rd Tolnl Av. 131 153 4-9 ] ro '27 145 423 141 182 124 460 1G1 163 142 141 454 484 707 13 . 882 8i7 700 I.VOSS CLEANERS Players- 'oil ... avcy sli) .. oil ins Actual Pins Handicap .. DAVEVS 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av ... 134 200 181 505 IBS 190 512 171 175 140 20 156 213 170 189 161 127 513 533 417 85D Bill 12 12 871 12 2611 36 12 Dial Pins Players-- eil ..." rutnbhoHz mi5choldcr illcr 871 893 883 2047 832 BOYn ALLEYS 1st 2nd 3rd Tolal Av '" 109 108 522 174 128 1GO 439 144 n.: 131 153 455 Jo2 138 139 157 432 144 K2 178 J62 151 482 Hoovcn. ad restored him to good stand- Others in the first 10 heavy- eights, in order of their ranking vcrc Lou Nova, Max Baer, Red iurman. Maurice Strickland, Na- i click and Tony Musto. Ozark Girls to Play Charles City Game CHARLES CITY --The Ozark .loumain Hill Billies, an all-girl basketball t eam playing under mens rules, will meet Marshall and Swift of Ma^on City here ' rolal Friday. March 31. The game will Uc sponsored by the Oliver Ath- Iclic association. The contest will be played at Manual Arts building. The girls are returning from a west coast trip. Iowa Bowler Gets 300 Classic Score MINNEAPOLIS, «=)-Hubert Rainwater of Des Moines bowled a perfect 300 game to take the lead in the Minneapolis Tribune bowling from Irving Rubow of Hibbing, Minn., Sunday night. He was the first bowler in Achinl Pins Uanclicap .. otal Pins Players-- cti Jones rcnbaum ... Jones rson Actual Pins Handicap .. ital Pins 729 115 305 115 777 115 ...844 910 921 2615 632 n SHOE 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. .... 101 163 170 53 178 ... Ill 149 142 ... 161 176 135 ... ISO 132 211 ... 155 160 182 402 4V2 157 533 178 497 169 ... 808 7RO 849 68 C3 2437 812 204 68 876 848 917 2641 880 NORTHWESTKRX CEMENT Players-II cmis ivellc Pirkl Pirkl Actual Pin.? Handicap .. 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 159 149 158 466 155 176 182 I8B S4S 182 195 163 1117 174 135 145 170 171 169 545 504 510 KH 847 fil 61 2.i71 93. 911 SOS J. tJuncan ... Toinijy P. Duncan ... Pjns Handicap .. 119 159 I8« 148 ICG 205 ... B2G 50 ... 75 75 439 146 510 172 562 107 2359 853 225 75 Tola! Pjns 001 925 058 2784 923 GRAIN 11ELT BEER 1 layers-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av £' a , uscn !5!i 141 135 432 144 rn '~ -· 162 ='1 ISO 562 1S7 .. 1^7 126 231 514 m .. 2.12 168 1-12 542 181 -. 101 114 215 570 130 Sweeney Dalck .. Weber . Actual Pins Handicap ., Tolal Pins £3 820 312 2620 373 52 52 92 27S 92 980 SI2 1004 2836 S65 Rndclitfe DeSomcry Gamble .. Ferrias Boy COLBE.V GLOW 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. ....... }« 203 232 580 133 ...... 190 158 lot 339 180 ....... 182 191 189 152 158 168 ....... 178 194 J37 562 107 478 159 509 170 2C68 81 Aclunl Pin? ... 845 936 887 Handicap 37 27 27 Total Pins QuXi^-T^rr *"·"«· 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av . 131 166 170 4CT |5B lf,t Kcepan. Hatldy Sward Kaulmann ... Actual Pins* Handicap .. Total Pins .. 2ro .. 1S4 .. ICC .. ISO 157 133 811 777 65 65 513 454 478 337 2479 195 Players-W. stcphan 3. Stcphan rremgaard . Stevenson JJfenberry THE HUB 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. .... 148 175 155 478 159 .... 119 146 146 4U 137 .... I l l 137 124 432 144 .... 152 179 152 48.1 161 .... 183 172 165 520 173 816 842 356 2674 ctual Plaj 2nd 133 176 172 146 Total Av 501 IfT 505 16! 491 I6J 528 17( II. Ditncaci . 147 Walsl. i,5-j Purch n a Tyler 173 H5 Johnson ,. 172 210 Actual Pins ... 823 E60 367 Handicap 69 69 6S Total Pins 8S2 S29 S3« ilj? ~9I9 DECKER OFFICE Players-- i,t 2nd 3rd Total Av. M. Kaufman .... H 2 ]57 163 4e4 ^ TM^ 168 340 188 "MacDonald '.",'.'. 163 185 1S6 Bonfcsr 163 15 g 175 2330 207 ·!9S 489 549 500 Actual Pjns ... 791 Handicap 61 907 61 ass le 2498 8-13 931 Total Pins Players rlanscn ' tuntnn ____ -liristra risen A c t u a l Prc Handicap Total Pms . Mclchior 773 SOT 742 139 139 139 . 9 1 2 948 881 BLUE RIBnO.V 1st 2nd 3rd 174 194 18.1 139 104 145 129 inn 173 36.1 142 2IJ6 2324 775 417 139 2741 911 Tolal Av. -i5I 184 MB 129 452 I5I .157 132 j 2104 soI ' 2M 76 GOPHER FIVES IN FINAL ROUND OF TITLE CAGE PLAY Austin Scarlets Bid for Minnesota Crown in Week's Contests ST. PAUL, Minn., (UPJ-Minne- «otas eight outstanding high school basketball teams, selected in keen ic^inal competition over the weekend, will battle for the coveted ° f 1939 state champions . v, at the auditorium here Thursday Friday and Saturday. The eight prep quintets are the survivors of 450 teams scattered over the state who for three weeks fought tli rough a hectic series ot sub-district, district and then regional eliminations which saw many favorites fall by the way- Heading into the tournament as a favorite is the defending championship quintet, Thief River Falls. The northern Minnesota team, the only 1938 regional titlist to, reach this year's finals, will be seeking its third consecutive state crown The field of eight teams for the championship tourney was completed Saturday night when Minneapolis Marshal], South St Puul, and Hutchinson won in the last three regional confesfs to be staged. The five other winners in Friday night's regional competition were Thief Biver Falls, Brccken- ridge, Gilbert. Mmmtnin T ,,!-,, ridge, Gilbert, and Austin. Mountain Lake, Hutchinson emerged as the surprise team in the regional eliminations by scoring its second upset Saturday night-- that of eliminating Marshall 31 to 27 in region three. Hutchinson had defeated a favored Redwood Falls quintet the previous night. In the other two Saturday games, South St. Paul conquered Elk River 30 to 18, steadily piling up a lead after trailing in the forepart of the regional four final Minneapolis Marshall became the region five representative by pounding out a 37 to 31 decision over a surprisingly strong Willmar quintet. Afternoon-- Breckenridgc. region six vs. Hutchinson. region three, and Gilbert' region sek'en, vs. Minneapolis Marshall' rcgioct five. * Evening-- Mountain Laic. rce j an lwo vs. Austin, reclon one. and South St Paul, rci-ion tour. vs. Thief Hlver Fallr' repion eight. ' Regional results Saturday night were: Kcsion three nt Redwood Falls-- Hutch' n ^ El -,n n TM" r al Cambridge-- South St. ·^ ? ' . Ei ? s , Rivcr I8: consolation, st aul Central 41, I.c Suciir 24 Resion five nt Minneapolis-- Minne- !°1S Marshall 37. Willmar 3; conjDlaUon Excelsior 40, Buffalo IB "=Lu«uun, Sports Calendar ilon day-- Bowling. City tc ucsdajr-- Bowling, City le tcacue , City league. n, y r B f 5k i C " nni Nali "TM' Catholic wiMitt. Loyola university. Clii- (Holy Family competes!. Do you know that you can rade that horse for an automobile and borrow the differ- c at The First National Bank? 85t 3B7 Ryan Strom COCA COI.A l*t 2nd 3rd Totat Av 199 192 ICU 577 i 52 1M 208 163 S.i.7 ISj 157 178 IR4 499 ] M 137 157 I7. 469 US 191 167 179 537 179 7 ! T!lc ral c '·· !i»w and (he payments arc almost painless. Actual Pins Handicap .. Total Pini ... Players-E. Diisold 902 867 34 34 2G37 102 ... t-lrson Morks ... . . . . . 902 B3S 901 2739 913 MAPLE INN- 1st 2nd 3rd Tots] Av. ..... 124 174 147 44.1 14B ITS 203 170 34B 183 178 IBfi 501 1U7 roll a 300 same. L.. P 'l; vcr '- ;;· »une»n i Humphrey KO/.V KORM.R j A t ?;.? '/,,! T SU'-}Jil "o^eap" 1 1SS l63 -44 474 158 [Total P.ns 157 178 157 lr.0 15S I..5 178 ir,4; INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT First National Bank Of Mason City, Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "829 i 70 VKAKS Of SOUND BANKING 5.1 j .

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