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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1945 Mohawks Retain Top NE Rating The slugging of Ned Postels, University of Iowa forward, in the closing seconds of the Iowa-Michigan game Friday night when he went to check on the time remaining in the game, raises some important issues concerning Big Ten basketball. In the first place, we feel that (he visiting team is entitled to have a representative at the timers' table as lone as the official time is relegated solely to the dis- . crrtiou of the home club. We're not saying that one team would deliberately try to proton? a game beyond its official length, but sometimes memories can lapse in the heat of a close game. .' A visiting club representative, naturally, looking out.for his own interests, certainly would not overlook even the slightest delay in the starting of the clock. Alone, the home timers might be so en: grossed in the game that he'd lor- get .the clock momentarily. And even a second can make the difference between victory and defeat in a tight cage game. Official Timers The solution, of course, is for the conference to hire official timer, and assign them to each game. That to go along with the installation of standard clocks at every f ieldhouse where the "games are played. As we understand it, the Michigan clock is not operated electrically, but merely by signals from the timer who watches a ciock in front of him. !, No seconds are indicated at all on the clock, and except for the final 5 minutes, the time jumps 5 minutes at a crack--from 20 to 15 to 10 to 5. The standard Western Union clock, such as the one in use at Iowa City, indicates minutes and seconds from the start to finish of the game.' \Ve 'hope the Big Ten officials take some action on that score at | their next meeting, or that it is-the I first step .taken by the new com- I missioner. And speaking of the new com- I missioner--we'd like to see Iowa's I Karl Leib get the job. He cer- Itainly is qualifier through his years o£ experience as the Hawkeye fac- lulty representative. In addition, ·Leib's views on intercollegiate I athletics are definitely forward- llopking and liberal, something the I Big Ten could well use in the years Mo come. . .. iBasebalkTours - - --y All the major league stars who Invent on tour overseas to enter- 1 tain our GIs have returned, and I'already letters of appreciation are i flowing into the offices of the Naj tional and American leagues. One I in particular, sent to Will Harridge, 1 junior loop prexy, by Major Gordon W. Jones, acting chief of the special service branch in the Per| sian Gulf theater, caught our fancy and we think bears reprinting in part here. Says Major Jones: ''This message will serve to express the gratitude o£ the Persian Gulf command, officers and enlisted men alike, to organized baseball and especially the major leagues for the recent visits of Fred Fitzsimmons, "Carl Hubbell, Harry Heilmann, Bill Summers Carmichael to this Edge Marshalltown by 2 Points; See Ottumwa as State's Best Team By L. E. SKEIXEY D«s Moines, (AP)'--Ottumwa's battling Bulldogs triumphantly lead this week's parade of Iowa's interscholastie basketball teams. . The Bulldogs, rated off their resounding 38 to 27 victory over previously undefeated' Muscatine, unanimously were choaen as the No. 1 team in the southeast district by sports ·^editors of Associated Press Dapers in their weekly poll. Nowhere along the other S fronts was there the same unanimity as Mason City, Atlantic and Central of Sioux City retained HEAVY BETTING ON JAI-ALAI Mutual Windows Open at Miami's Frontons Miami, Fla., (U.R)--The Pari-Mu- tuel windows were open and the electric tote board blinked as usual Tuesday and the bettors flocked to the only place in the nation where Pari-Mutuel betting still is hi operation, but on men front spots districts. in their respective The haven of the distressec bookies and jaded amusemen seekers is the Biscayne Jai Ala Fronton where nightly crowds of 4,000 or more come to watch draft-safe Cubans oppose each other in a strange but lively game that is a combination of handball, tennis and -lacrosse. The players, known only on the tote board by such first names as Miguel, Diaz, Cayarre, Epifanio, and Pedro, are handicapped with odds in the same manner that race tracks list the morning line. The day's betting fluctuates the odds and there are windows for straight, place and show wagers of from $1 to 55. Also borrowed from the race tracks are the daily double, a couplet bet on 2 players in successive games, and the quinella, which is a gamble on any 2 players to finish a game in one-two position. ' The players hurl a hard rubber ball against a wall at an estimated Undefeated' Ottumwa polled 90 points (9 first place votes) to gain a wide advantage over Muscatine, titudf leader in the first 2 polls. In the end. final tabulation Muscatine scored 62 points 10 more than Iowa City's Little Hawks. Emmett Mowery, O t t u m w a sports editor who has been "sweating out" Bulldog victories for many a year, believes the present team "is the best 5-man combination'I have ever seen in Ottumwa uniforms, though; taking them as strictly individuals, there have been Bulldogs in the past whom I would rate ahead of any of our 5t As a unit, however, I cannot recall a team we have had that had so much on the ball offensively and that had a defense so hard to get through." Mowery warns, however, that the team has only the 5 starters-there is a definite lack of reserve strength. Ed Sieb of the. Davenport Times, reported Ottumwa's performance surpassed a recent demonstration in the Quad-cities by Decatur's Biff Reds, currently the No. -I team in Illinois. John O'Donnell, sports editor of the Davenport Democrat, remarked, "I don't know about the future, but right now you may wrap up the state title and give it to Ottumwa." Burlington's G r e y h o u n d s Iowa,Bucks Beat Indiana, Purdue Fives By JIMMY JORDAN Chicago, (JP)--Iowa's unbeaten : Hawkeyes and Ohio State|s champion Buckeyes were running one- two in the Western conference basketball title chase Tuesday, but there was little on the form sheet to indicate they might still be atop the championship scramble when the season closes March 3. Iowa beat Indiana, 56 to 51, Monday night, and Ohio Slate romped over Purdue, SO to 35. But Indiana still had the highest of- tensive average of the circuit, and the Buckeye victory over the Boilermakers only made their score for the season. 1-tl. Purdue beat Ohio State earlier in the season, 37 to 36. Meanwhile, Illinois and .Wisconsin sat back with a "show me"j.at- titude awaiting games this week- Cerro Gordo County Cage Clubs to Vie for Title on Roosevelt Court Next Week Indiana had dropped 2 games this season, to Michigan 54 to 53, and Monday night's loss at Iowa City. Howeyeer, the Hoosiers have scored 203'points in 4 games, for an average of SO and %, while giving foes 206 points. With an apparently weak defense, Indiana has topped the conference offensively and remains a distinct threat to any title hopes other clubs oLthe circuit may harbor. and John P. command. Won Acclaim "These men. all of them master craftsmen in their own respective fields of athletic endeavor, toured some 1,500 miles, included .35 stops and numerous "hot-stove" sessions. I'm not exaggerating the ·fact when I tell you that the baseball unit won acclaim wherever it went. No remote outpost was too small. Wherever there were la GI's; the baseball men stopped, i cut;up old touches, spun a few [..''jfaniy diamond'tales and signed I \their names to anything. 1 "It was a great treat to the officers and enlisted personnel of the command, many of whom are in their third year of service on this supply line to Russia, to hear Hubbell relate the details of many of his past triumphs, likewise with Heilmann and Fitz. Sum mers stole the show with some of his umpiring yarns. Carmichael proved (o be as good a master of ceremonies as he is sports writer. "This troupe, operating on the principal of informality, won the hearts of all listeners. The men appeared at many scheduled and unscheduled shows, at football games held between camp teams, on radio programs, in the hospitals and wherever they wen! the reception was the same, Ambassadors "Organized baseball can take pride that it has within its folc men oC such high caliber. No once was a disgruntled word uttered. These baseball ambassadors took everything in stride, including poor travel and living conditions. At every turn the: speed of a hundred miles an hour with a long wicker scoop attached to their hands. When it bounces back, opposing players try to catch and return it, using their own scoop, called a cesta. Singles, doubles and ~even one triples match a .night are played with:the contestants-b»Mngjelimi- nated as they lose. Eight points constitute a singles match, 12 a doubles match with the scoring of a point going to the player .or side which can cause an opponent to fail tp catch a ball or return it. With Tropical, Hialeah, and Gulf stream Parks closed down, the bookmakers operate in and around the Fronton to relieve the jam around the Mutuel windows, although their activities are not in the open. In the 24 days of the season to date, $1,171,358 has been bet, an average of $48,805 for each performance or far above the $29,031 average of last year. The crowds have averaged 3,979 per night as against 2,218 for 24 days of last year. ,The players, mostly from Cuba, but a few from other Latin American countries, are not affected by the draft since they can stay here for 90 days 'without registering and the season is for 3 months. Jai Alai boomed here after the New York state racing commission efused to license it for Pari-Mu- uel betting. The season runs un- 1 April 8. grabbed the 4th position down in the southeast with 30 points and Davenport took the 5th spot with 20, 8 more than polled by Clintoni Mason City, which lost to Waterloo West, 43 to 41, in a double overtime last Saturday for its first defeat in the Big Seven conference, held first place in the northeast by only a 2-point margin over Marshalltown's Bobcats; The Mohawks got 56 points to 54 for the Bobcats. That argument will be settled, temporarily' at least, when the top rivals meet at Marshalltown Saturday night. Third in the northeast was Ce- iig Ten Standings The Big-Jen basketball standngs: . RECTAL COLON PROSTATE RHEUMATISM (ARTHRITIS) (Octzone Therapy) SINUS Dr. R. W. Sholtz, D. 0. 218-219-220 First National Bank Bldg. OWA Ohio State Uinois ndiana .. Visconsin "Twestern ·L Pet. 0 1.000 Michigan Minnesota .800 .667 .500 .500 .400 .333 .333 .200 Pl«. O.Pts. 187 146 244 206 144 203 122 83 240 252 249 199 206 89 226 295 280 231 Big Ten games: Friday--Iowa at Illinois. / Saturday--Michigan at Indiana; Minnesota at Purdue, Wisconsin vs. Northwestern at Chicago. Other major midwest games: Wednesday--DePaul vs. Hamline at St. Paul. Friday--Great Lakes at Illinois State Normal. Saturday -- Marquette vs. DePaul at Chicago, Western Michigan at Great Lakes, Notre Dame vs. Kentucky at Louisville. dar Falls with 24 points ant) 4th was Waverly's 1941 state champions with 20. Dubuqne 'and Waterloo West tied for 5th with 16. Atlantic, still rolling along undefeated, racked up 46 points to pace the parade in the southwest for the 3rd straight week. Creston, replacing Abraham' Lincoln of Council Bluffs, took over the run- nerup place with 40 points. Harlan, which has won 8 in a row, grabbed the 3rd position in the southwest with 28 points, 10 more than Abraham Lincoln and 20 more than 5th-place Berford. Atlantic's-Trojans have won 9 straight and have scored 387 points to 194 for the opponents. ' In the northwest Central of Sioux City stayed in 1st place with 40 points. The -tall Hilltoppers have won 7 straight and lead the Missouri Valley conference. Sheldon moved into 2nd place this week with 32 points, 2 more than polled by Webster City and I* Mars. The 5th spot went to Spencer with 10. How they scored (points tabu- lated'on 10-8-6-4-2 basis for 1st five places): . Southeast--Ottumwa 90; Muscatine 62; Iowa City 52; Burlington 30; Davenport 20; Clinton 12. Honor roll -- Fort Madison, St. Mary's of Iowa City, Conesville, Newton. Southwest--Atlantic 46; Creston 40; Harlan 28; Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs 18; Bedford 8; Wiota 6. Audubon, The defending titlist Buckeyes had little trouble with Purdue Monday nisht ' as they avenged that earlier defeat, but the Boilermakers had enough to prove they still can't be counted out of any title competition. Purdue held the Buckeyes on even terms through out the first half, with the count tied at 23-23. But Ohio State came back to set a blistering pace that the Boilermakers were unable to match in the 2nd half.' Iowa, paced by Center Clayton Wilkinson who scored 20 points, led Indiana most of the way, but never could get far enough ahead 'to shake off the threat of a Hoosier victory that would have thrown the title scramble into.a distinct muddle. The Hawkeyes held a 33-28 lead at the intermission. They pulled ahead in the closing minutes of the quarter after the count had been tied 8 times in the first half. Meanwhile, Wisconsin, v i c t o r over Minnesota but beaten , by Northwestern, dropped a 66-51 decision to Great Lakes. The youne Badger quintet, however, headed the Bluejackets through most of the first hair, held a 3029 lead at the half, bnt succumbed to a last half spurt by the powerful sailor team. Iowa gets its next big test of the season Friday when it meets Illinois at Champaign. Saturday Michigan plays at Indiana. Min- Ten boys basketball teams begin a full week's round of play next Tuesday night to determine the Cerro Gordo county champion at the Roosevelt fieldhouse. In addition, 8 girls teams will compete for the county diadem. Boys contents are scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, with the girls competing on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. All games, with the exception of those on Friday, will be on the Roosevelt floor. Friday's games will be played at the Ventura high school. The switch on Friday Is necessitated by the Mason City- Charles City game, booked here on Friday. In the boys division, 3 games will be played on Tuesday anc Wednesday nights, 2 on Friday at Ventura and the finals will be staged Saturday night at 8:45. Boys teams entered are Plymouth, the Mason City sophomores, the Clear Lake "B" team Thornton, Rock Falls, Ventura, St Joseph's, Rockwell, Swaledale an( Meservey. Tuesday, opening night for th boys, will find Swaledale and Me servey leading off at 7 o'clock, fol lowed at 8:10 by the St. Joe.-Rock well battle. Rock Falls and Yen tura clash at 9:20 on Tuesda night. Wednesday at 7 o'clock th Clear Lake "B" club takes o Thornton; Plymouth tangles wit the Mason City sophomores at 8:1 ockwell and Swaledale-Meser- ey battles meet at 9:20. The semi-finals will be played t 7:30 and 8:40 on Friday at Venura, with the finals scheduled at :45 Saturday. Teams entered in the girls meet re Swaledale, Thornton, Meser- ey, Ventura, St. Joseph's, Plymouth, Hock Falls and Rockwell. The girls will compete on Mori- ay and Thursday nights, with the inal game carded for Saturday at :30. Four girls games are on tap for londay. At 6 o'clock Swaledale aces Thorntpn; Ventura and Meservey tangle at 7:10; the Joettes meet Plymouth at 8:20 and Rock Falls and Rockwell battle at 9:30. The girls semi-finals will be held Thursday at 7:30 and 8:40, with the finals Saturday at 7:30. Faris, Coe and McGowan of [owa State Teachers college will officiate at the games. Admission for adults will be 60 cents, while students will be admitted for 30 cents. BOWLING SCORES H H BOWLING N Men's Leacue Won 111 2nd 3rd H.C. Tot. Coo Cob 1 BIO 615 Mi 25S SOUS H. i- G. Radio 2 703 610 70! 150 2107 FIOHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED FBESS Philadelphia--Ike Williams, 13SS4. Trenton, N. J-. knocked oat Maxie Eerier, 143. Montreal, 4. New York--Fernando "The MJjhty" Menicbelll, 199Vj, Buenos Aires, and i »K - * ^""""""·'i.o.* vine. Flroplnella. 159',',, Brooklyn, drew, and the winners of the St. Joe- 110. · CLUB . , HOUSE Holy Family Captures 19-16 Triumph Over Kensett Five North Iowa BASKETBALL By CHIP ROYAL AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor Maynard, Elkader New York--Baseball men are pretty busy these days keeping one i f a a i i ' eye on Washington and the cither here on the big town. They want to [ · P Upper IOWQ LOOp know how the grand old game will continue and who's going to be' the new commissioner. That news story out of the capital saying the ban on lighting wouldn't affect night games was a wink in the right direction. nesota goes to Purdue and Wis- corisin meets Northwestern Chicago stadium. IOWA G Ives, f 3' rr TP 1 10 3 IS C. Wilkinson, e B H. Wilkinson, f ..... 3 Spencer, a; 2 Totals INDIANA F»rii, f Copcland. f Herrmann, f -.. Kraloraniky, e Mercer, f Brnndenbarf. f Armstrong, f .. .SS G PF TP 4 18 4 1 FORD FRICK WARREN GILES West Union--Maynard and EI- cader are now leading the Upper 'owa conference with 4 wins and no losses. Maynard defeated West Union for the second time ihis season on the home floor. Elkader continued its winning ways by taking a close one from Post- vnie" at Postville and doubling- the score on Fayette at Elkader. In the non-conference games Waukon lost to Dccorah, Sumner lost to Nashua, Maynard defeated Randalia and Postville took one at McGregor. From all indications Elkader and Maynard should.go through the conference undefeated and a game between these 2 teams would be something to see along with d e c i d i n g the conference champion. They do not have a regular scheduled game with each Holy Family's cagers made it an even split for 2 nights of work here Monday by handing Kenselt a 19-16 setback. The game never developed into a one-sided contest, and the outcome was not decided until the final few minutes. The Maroons ivent out in front n the initial period by a 5-3 count, but saw that lead cut by intermission time when the score was knotted at 9-9. Holy Family again picked up a slight lead in the 3rd quarter when Kensett could register only 3 points, then went on to triumph. In a ' curtain-raiser, the Holy Family junior team made the evening complete ;,by beating the St. Joseph's juniors. 5 points, 20-lS. It took n second-half rally for the Holy F a m i l y quintet to coma through, after it trailed at 12-10 at haltlime. Tuesday night the Maroons again were slated for action, traveling to Charles City for a game other.- Scores for last week's games: Totals 21 9 20 51 Half time score: Iowa. 33, Indiana 28. Free throws mltied: Iowa--ITCC, Pos- tels 2. C. Wilkinson 2. H. Wilkinson 2; Indiana--Copeland 2. Brandenbarz; 2, Herrmann. Officials: John O'nonnell and Bill Batlow. tures that. were obliging, gracious and cooperative. The little buck private who obtained their signa- as souvenirs will tell you "It is our hope that organized baseball will survive these hectic times to blossom forth in the postwar period a greater national pastime, one which wit! ascend to new heights in the peace to come." If'that letter leaves any doubt in your mind about the morale value of baseball, we'd like to hear it- Honor roll--Manning, Hedfield, Bowling of Des Moines, North Des Moines, Orient, Missouri Valley, Riverton, Glidden, Earling, Tennant. - Northeast--Mason City 56; Marshalltown 54; Cedar Falls 24; Waverly 20: Dubuque 16; Waterloo West 16; Charles City; Immaculate Conception of Charles City 4; Coggon 4, Clear Lake 2. Honor roll --Elkader, Ventura, Hampton, St. Patrick's of Cedar Rapids, Maynard, Gencseo; Ackley. Northwest--Central, Sioux City, 40; Sheldon 32; Le Mars 30; Webster City 30; Spencer 10; Algona 4: Ames 2. Honor roll--Fort Dodge, Spirit Lake, Boone, Rockwell City, East Sioux City, Storm Lake, Hornick, Merrill, Mapleton, Paullina, Armstrong, Gilbert. JOHN GALLAGHER. INC. Mack Truck Dealer One E. H. T. in Stock 116 So. Delaware Phone 1004 COLLEGE BASKETBALL OSAGE MATMEN BEAT DODGERS Capture 31 -5 Verdict, Winning 9 of 10 Bouts O s a g e--The h i g h - powered Osage wrestling team made it,6 victories in 7 tries here, handing Fort Dodge a 31-5 trimming. Osage won 7 decisions and 2 falls, while losing 1 fall in the 145- pound class. The only loss of the season came at the hands of Eagle Grove, which was later avenged. Tuesday night the Osage team was to meet Austin in a dual meet, then tackle East Waterloo at Osage Friday night. The summary: 93-ponnd class: Allman (O) dee. Sermh (F». t-Z. 10A-poune° class: Angell O' threw Kcpp (FD), 1:55. 112-ponnd class: Shelledy O) threw Harrison FD), 3:^3. ll*-p«and class: Jacobs o dee. Lloyd (FD), s-e. 123'ponnd clas*: Cammlncs (O) dee. Loirerr (FD), «-!. 129-poand class: Maakestad lot dee. Smith IFD), 5-4 in ·rertlnte. Impound class: Barker (Ol dec. Holland F D ) . 2-. 115-pound class: Sleinhotf FD) threw Schwab O, .1:«0. ' ' Impound class: Born (0 dee. Print (FDK «-2. HeavywelxM: Sponheim (O) dec. Evanson (FD), 2-0. This agent never has had any doubt that baseball would he played at the same old stands next summer. The diamond sport means too much to our servicemen, from Geu. Eisenhower down to the lowliest Brooklyn private. Since the baseball units returned from the various war theaters every John and Jane reading the sports pages knows how much our boys over there would be disappointed if \he major league balls and bats were kept in their bags this year. As a private in England put it: "There would be a helluva fuss raised if we didn't get our dismond dope. Remember what a squawk Gen. Eisenhower made In 1943 when the first World Series game wasn't broadcast over here. Ike's all for baseball--and so are we. As for the other eye, there are two reasons why it is watching Broadway, i.e., the meeting here of the big league baseball men, Feb. 2, and the surprising support for' Ford Frick, National league president, to succeed Judge Landis. The boom for Frick started rolling when Yankee boss, Ed Barrow, named him as one of'four men he would like to see in the commissioner's chair. The other three Barrow choices are Will Harridge, American league president; Warren Giles, Cincinnati's general manager; and Louis C. McAvoy, the junior circuit's broadcasting director. Harridge and McAvoy have said they ave not interested in the job. Jflk.dcr "1, Foitvllle ir. Mmynard 44, Rindallz 17. Nashua 51, Sornner 20. Waukon 19, Decora.h 'U. Farette 1!*, Elkader S8. Ponlvlllc 30. McGregor 18. Tripoli 3(5, Samner 37. West Union 32, Maynard 40. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Maynard F.Ik ad rr .... PoKtvllIe ____ W«t Union Stunner W ......... 4 · ......... 4 ......... 3 ..,..,,.. 2 L 0 ,-i Pet. l.OW l.MO -COfl JW.1 with Immaculate that city. The boxscorc: Holj- Family (1U) Jones, f . McCauley, c MaUInni, r Burnett, f .. . Total* KenSKtl tir-) Jasper.*, f . Sallee, t .. J.ncas, e .. CfaiureU, E Schultr, f Conception of FG FT PF TP ......... 1 3 ,SM ......... 1 3 , .330 Game* this we«h: Jan. 23-- Wankon al Elkadcr; Postville »l F»yelte; New Hampton at West Union. FRED VINSON CLARENCE ROWLAND By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIDWEST Western Illin«U Teachers *, Eastern Illinois Teacben 46. Mlchiran Slate M. AIMon 3*. Ohio State M. Purdue 33. Great T~akea 60, Wisconsin £1. TJpper le-wa 47, Penn 43. 1««a IX, Indiana $1. Western Mleblffta 69, Assumption (Windsor. OrL) St. Cone«r4!a (St. Lonlj) 48, Lambert Flell 26. Pentathlon of Mexico G*, AjUiod lOhiol 5J. Sl.Xoni: V 69. SI. tools Naval Ba*e 4i. Earlhara 6*. \Yilminflon (Ohio) 40. BOWLING CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd H.C. Tot. , B. Cen. 1 749 BlaneVd Jew. » Schmidt's c. C. »S2 170 864 M3 907 KM Hlcb team series--Sebmldfs City CUb, K««. Htcb team'came--Schmidt's City Club. 957. Hl|h Individual series--L. neSornerv, .111. Hirn Individual came, L. DeSomerv, Giles probably can't land the plum because of his team connections although he would make an excellent choice. He's tops in knowledg and love of tile game. New York writers insist, since Barrow's statement, that Frick is shoo-in. Maybe so. Ford has done a good job of bossing the senior loo; in the 10 years he has had the reins. BUT, and it's a big one, most of the club owners are against an man connected with baseball. "Frick, Giles and Pants Rowland (the Ixis Angeles president wh has been connected with both big leagues in various capacities), ar all dab men," the officials told us. "Sure, they know baseball from all angles, bnt they are labelled being for this or that controversial angle, such as the farm system Z74S continued the owners. "No, we've got to find another Judge Landis somewhere--A ma who is interested in baseball, who hasn't gone overboard on his ideas and one who can tell the club owners where they get off." That's why economic stabilizer Fred Vinson, the former federa judge, and Jim Farley (if he'll take it) are the likely survivors for th ' I final voting of the club owners. Jan. 2JS at 8:30--Wi Jan. '1G--Strawberry Point at Elkader: ayette at Maynard; Frederlka at inner. I'd FT FF TP FIGHT RESULTS 1R6, Newark. N. J.--Georjtle Parks, Washinrlon, outpointed Teddy Randolph, IBOli. Nen- York, 10. llolyoke, Mass--Kalnt Paul, irU, Sprlnc- rield. Mass., outpointed Bob Wade, 163, Newark. N. J., 8. Hi, lock Falls .ashes Graf ton Ko«k Falls--The Rock Falls agers won an easy 57-27 game ·om Grafton here Monday night, ·ith Dean Yost pacing the Win- ers' attack with 13 points. Flo ad 10 for Grafton. The Grafton iris gained an even s p l i t by owning the Rock Falls lassies, 2-40. Bette Davis had 20 points or Rock Falls, while M. Schultz cored 10 for Grafton. * Ventura Takes 15th in Row Ventura--The Ventura Vikings captured their 15th consecutive victory of the season without a "oss here Monday night, defeating j good Hayfield quintet, 19-22. Center Willard Gisel paced the Providence, T. K. O. Benny CarUKI 13H!4. New Turk, 3. Pittsborch--nee Bee Wrfcht, 1M, Clairton, Pa., outpointed Oscar Suggs, 151, New York, 8. Washington--Jackie Wllion, la). Pltls- b n r c h , outpointed Pedro Hernandez, 13(H^, New York. 10. Baltimore--Kate Balden, 171*, = , Cblearo. outpointed Walter "Fopeye" Woods 163!s, New York, I». Viking offense with 22 points, while Darwin.Geddes had 8 for Hayfield. Ray Davis played an outstanding defensive for Ventura. In a girls game the Ventura high school won over the alumnae, 27-20. Colleen Corbin notched 12 points for the victors, while Lois Anderson had 10 for the alumnae. 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