The Gazette from Cedar Rapids, Iowa on February 19, 1953 · 16
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. Y 6 THE CEDAR RAPIDS GAZETTE: Thur, Feb. 19, 1953 19 S3 Three-I League Baseball Schedule at TERSE HACTB May 8. 4. I June 9. 14 July 12. 3 A MUt 6. 7 April SO. Marl, S Juno 7, July 14. 11 Auut 4. 5 May IS. 14 June 19. 20. July 32, 23 Augxst 24. 25 31 May 17. IS Jan 2. 23. 24 July 24. 25 August 22. 23 Jane 2. S Jaly S. Jmly 26. 27 Aunt 14 Aarast 14. IS May 31 Jane 1 Jaly 7. 8 Aarast 11. 12, 13 September S. 4 EVERY May 13. 14 May 29. 30-80 Jane 11 Jaly 20, 21 September 8. 4 EVANSVILLE April 86. Marl. 2 Jane 7. 8 July 10. 11 Aar sit 4. a May 8. 4. Jane 0. 10 July 12. 18 Aarait 6, 7 May 17. 18 June 22. 23. 24 July 24, 25 AUBlt 22. 23 May 15. 10 Jane 19. 20. 21 July 22. 23 August 24. 25 May 81 Jane 1 Jaly 7. 8 Aarait 11. 12. IS September 8. 4 Jane 2, 8 Jaly 5. 4 Aarait 8. 9. 14 September 1. 3 May 19. 24 Jane 16, 17. 1 Jaly 4-4 Jaly 9 September 7-7 DAY BY THE SCORE High Interest Results in NewTournament Faces By JOHN SCHOENFELDER. WELL, another year of district tournaments is history and the sweet sixteen have been determined. Only two of last years field will return, Franklin and Seymour. Tremendous interest in the girls sport in more schools this year is shown by the fact there are so many new teams in the final 16. I believe this will make the finals more interesting than ever before. I cant recall when there were as many new outfits in the state finals, but anyway it will be refreshing to watch again. As you know by now, I did net do to well in the district predictions! As in the sectionals, 1 missed a lot of them seven! I wiU try to account for those right now. Lowden and Charlotte, the two top-ranked outfits, according to my figures, in the Cedar Rapids tournament, bowed out in their first game. Alonticello Sacred Heart dropped, later and Lost Nation came through after a battle withtke always dangerous Cog-gon girls, who almost made it again. RandaU lost to a fine Hubbard team in the final minute after having a good lead most . - game. S t. Marys, with another good record, lost to Grand River by nine in the finals. This is SCHOENFELDER the second straight year they have failed me! Bayard, which had beaten some strong teams during the season and had the best record by far in its district, was overcome by Anita. Chur-dan dropped a 4-pointer to Gilbert in the semifinals. Ware lost by six to Renwick in the semifinals. George, with the best record in the field, lost to Hartley after having downed them twice during the regular season. This was Georges first loss. Many of the experts caU this a year of upsets, so I dont feel too bad about my sad attempts to pick winners. A free throw or two won or lost many games in the tournament grind, and may do it again in the finals. A lot of the teams that lost wished they could play that game over again. Again I say that the round-robin type of tournament would be a fairer way to decide the best team, but on account of the great number of teams in the state, would almost be impossible. A team fust has to be up for that tournament grind. Our hats are off to many good teams around these parts who just barely missed getting into the select circle. They have fine records but are all finished for another year. What a tournament could be arranged with such teams as Lowden, Lamont, Garrison, Olin, Maynard, De-Sales of Ossian, Randall, Gar-win, Newhall, Floyd, Norway, Fredericksburg, Waterville, Oxford, Ladora, West Liberty, Greeley, Gladbrook, Hartwick, Toledo, Dinsdale, Monticello Sacred Heart, Victor, Montour, and many others. OUTSTANDING GIRLS. FORWARDS: Janet Holmes (Monticello Sacred Heart), one of the beet shots in this territory Sandra Fiete (Gamavil-lo), sensational scoring artist the last three years with two more years to play Phyllis Jenks (Aurora), over 1,000 points this year and rated tops in this territory Nancy Bock-enstedt (Greeley), an excellent pivot artist who scored 30 or more in every game the last two years Shirley Krug (Garrison), one of the speediest, smallest and best shots -Margie Bowen (Central City) a 5-7 senior with over 31 per game and a shooting percentage over 50 Kathryn . Kearney (Clu-tier), heady little forward who can hit from anywhere Rae 'Jean Sheda (Marengo) the late season scoring sensation who hit 50 or better twice In late games Shirley Klinzman (New Sharon), one reason why her team is unbeaten and in the finals Grace Upham (Fredericksburg), averaged over 32 and scored 60 in a single game Kay Mead (Ladora) who averaged over 30 per' game Elaine Matyk (Shueyvlile), another capable forward with a high average Verna Rohach, (Garwin) one of the fanciest pivot shots I have seen this year Carol Hauschildt (Gladbrook), tremendous' scoring power on a strong team Bemiece Krapfl (Waterville) the main punch on a very good little team Dorqthy Hubacher (Monona), the mainstay of the fine Monona club. Dorothy has starred for four years Roxie La-sack (Oxford Jet) one of the best forwards in Eastern Iowa Judy Griem (Olin) carried the power in the Olin front court Jo Anne Henderson (Coggon) another fine forward who can score from anywhere. GUARDS: Shirley Helmold (Lowden), fine defensive player on a strong team Shirley Wulf (Lost Nation), should provide power in the state finals Evelyn Findley (Mor-ley) another fine guard Janet Wagner (Onslow), spark on one of the finest defensive emits Jane Pannecke (Luana), one of the best up north Shirley Cords (Delhi) Margaret Snow (Dinsdale) rates very high according to opponents Shirlet Dripps (Urbana), another fine guard on a tough Benton county team Mary Schminke (Newhall) one of the better guards in the district at LeGrand Sydney Brookman (Center Point) the spark on defense for the Pointers Barbara Clancy (Clarence).. I hope to list more individual players in my next column as I have names of many other players worthy of special mention and definitely all-state material. When you vote for all-state selections. Include some of these girls. They deserve it. If I have neglected to mention your girls or team it is due mostly to lack of authentic information about them. Each year I appeal directly to the coaches in all schools in Eastern Iowa for information about their teams. Most of them write to me, but some do not. I appreciate hearing about ALT. good players and also about the teams. Map Plans for Use of Diamonds St. Wenc (Continued from Page 15.) 46-45, St. Wenc. Hughes got a pair of free tosses, but Norman Lewis hooped another Falo goal. With 3:10 to go it was tied at 47, and with less than two minutes left, the score was knotted at 51. Bob Ceynar potted his only fielder of the night then for the Red Hawks and Hughes netted a free throw to send the count to 54-51. St. Wenc, led by Hughes, then stalled out the remaining seconds. The first half belonged to Palo, as it out-rebounded and outscored the Hawks. Jake worked well from the pivot slot hitting on all kinds of shots, and Ike, a wiry guard, darted all over the floor, hitting on jump shots and doing a fine defensive job. Jake ended with 18 points before fouling out midway through the last period. Ike had 16. Hughes, the little playmaker, was good for 10 fielders and seven throws for 27 points. Basketball Etesalts Francis Says He Won't Quit Newt RIO GRANDE, Ohio (AP) Clarence Bevo Francis, the hottest thing in college basketball today, says he will stick by Rio Gande college and the coach who pushed him into national prominence. Bevo denied he was going to leave Rio Grande and blamed misinterpretation of statements he made over a radio station for the report he might quit. On a Portsmouth, Ohio, radio station, Bevo had been asked if he intended to remain with the Redmen for his entire college career. He replied: ' Yes, if theyre going to have a bigger schedule. Ill stay there. Asked if that meant he would go elsewhere if a schedule with big-time teams wasnt provided, Francis, who leads college cage scorers with 1,646 points in 33 games, answered: Well ... if I know Coach Oliver, well have a bigger schedule. Bevo said Wednesday he believed the statement had been Atkins, which has won only ,misuildJ!r.stood- He said he b9 irMivu I trj 77 mi yj j . . 3S" three game all year, held Shells- fuff. that he had no in burg at bay for three quarters tenuons of quitting, and then folded to go behind once by 19 points in the last period, and lost, 53-47. It was close the whole first half, with Atkins leading at the quarter, 12-11, and Shellsburg, now with a 13-5 record, protecting a 21-19 lead at the half. Wayne Hus ted was the cause of Atkins troubles, as he not only scored all but two of his teams points in the first period, but ended with 27 for the night. In fact, Husted was the only Shellsburg starter who scored over four points. Larry Peters was pulled off the bench in the second quarter and proceeded to score 11 points to help Husted. The third period ended in Shellsburgs favor, 38-31, and after each club exchanged baskets, the winners sewed it up with five straight baskets to move to a 51-32 lead, before the reserves took over. Atkins had good balanced scoring with Hatfields 15 being tops. Next came Rammelsburg with 1 1 and Mumford with 10. C.B. Hughs Kailmour Colbert Ceynar Zachar Miller Doslal Total St. Wene (54). 3 2 Palo (51). FjrFt P Sport Besiilts PRE PBASKETBALL. B Spencer S3; S. C. Central 44. B Sigourney 44: Montexuma 43. B Lamont 42; Stanley 27 jr. high). ; 1 Jr. high). J? Uton Jet. 67; West Liberty 52. B D. M. North 54; D. M. Lincoln 44. COLLEGE BASKETBALL. East. Colombia 81; Princeton 58. Dartmouth 61; Army 58. Colgate 91: Rutgers 58. Ford ham 81; Iona 61. DuQaesne 109; Geneva 66. 49; Northwestern 48. Pitt 69 1 Carnegie Tech 49. LaSalle 106; Muhlenberg 78. Manhattan 82; St. Franeie, Bkn., 64. Midwest. Houston 50; Oklahoma A4M 48. Notre Dame 74; Marquette 68. J.tml. 4; Dayton 65. Wichita 81; Murray, Ky 77. 81 Winona 75. Illinois Wesleyan 40; Illinois College 40. golney 92; Illinois Normal 87. Ball State 73; Manchester 68. rt Uakee 78; St. Josephs. In, 40. Elmhurst 49; Chicago University 3s. South. Navy 75; Baltimore Loyola 72. Far West. Ban Francisco 60; COF 50. PRO BASKETBALL. Boston 69: New Fork 66. PRO HOCKEY. New York 4; Boston 2. Toronto 2: Detroit 4. At AdeL B Waukee 73; Desete 88. B Redfteid 62; Urbandale 36. At Albia. S Blakesburg Cincinnati 85. B Attica 41; Melrose 44. At Algona. A Titonka 89; Bancroft St. Johns 86. At Alta. A Aarelia 60; Storm Lake 58. At Ankeny. B Slater 63; Bendorant 87. B Alleman 56; Elkhart 46. At Aplington. B New Hartford 62; Flnehferd 44. B Steamboat Rock 48; Briitow U, At Bellevue. B Bsldwhi Mi LsMotte H. X. . B Sabnla 78; Preston 50. At Benaett B West Branch 68; Springdale 84. B Bennett 48; Mnseatine CatheUo 47. At Bloomfield. B Palaskl 67; Cantril 82. B Agency 54; Tror 41. At Bode. ' B Livermore 75; Otteien 88. B Bode 61, La Verne 48. At Calamus. B Calamus 72; Grand Mound 57. B Clarence 68; Lowden 66. At Corning. A VllHica 67s Lenox 43. At Corydon. A Leon 48; 8eymear 44. At Cresco. B Creieo N. D. 68; Lime Saringe 45. B-Elma 60; Ridgeway 66 (2 over.). At Creston. B Thayer 48; Cromwell 44. B Orient Richland Two. 44; Larimer 86. At Denison. B W'eitslde 56; Deloit 44. B Charter Oak 49; Schleswig 47. At DiagnonaL B Clearfield 87; Benton 6L B Redding 61; Diagonal 46. At Dinsdale. B Hudson 73; Toledo Home 30. B Dinsdale 63; Gladbrook 47. At Dysart. B Waterloo OLVA 68; Garrison M. B Dysart 32; Buckingham 64. At Eagle Grove. B Fort Dodge C.C. 63; Eagle Grove 49. At Farnhamvllle. B Rinard 49; Othe 28. B Farnhamvllle 44; Lanyon It. At Fertile. R Plymouth 69; Hmnlontowa 26. B Fertile 67; Bock Falls 61. At Forest City. B Crystal Lake 56; Joleo 52. B Rake 60; Hayfield 50. At Garner. B Klemme 61; Goodale 41. B Kanawha 51: Alexander 50 (ever) At Glidden. B Mt Carmel 52; Arcadia 49. B Breda 71; Lanesboro 41. At Goose Lake. B Delmar 41: Elvira 36; B Goose Lake 52; Charlotte 81. At Granger. B Granger Assnmpt. 65; Polk City 44. B Grimes 70; Granger 46. At Greene. B Floyd 55; Charles City I.C. 54. B Allison 49; Clarksville 88, At Harlan. B Port, month 51; Mlnden 41. B Elk Horn 60; Kirkman 46a B Earlina 56; Irvin S6. At Holstein. B Correotionvllle 38; Battle Creek 28. B Gaiva.45; Cherokee LC. 85, At Iowa Falls. B Owasa 52; Hnbbard 27. B New Providence 55; Alden 85. At Jamaica. B Linden 42; Dawson 88, gB isle 49; Ulnburn Washington Twp At Jefferson. B Churdan 51; Dana S3 B Payton 58; Ripply 56. At JewelL B Ellsworth 68; Ksmrar 49. B Blairs bur 45; Randall 43. At Kingsley. B Pierson 64; Lawton 41. B Grand Meadow 56; Movllle 41. At LeGrand. B Green Mountain 44, Ferguson 36. B LeGrand 65; Montour 67. At Macedonia. A Red Oak 72. Oakland 58. At Mapleton. B Danbury 49. Ute 46. B Soldier 62. Danbury Catholic 48. At Marion. B Center Point 54, Shueyvlile 49. B I. C. St. Marys 54. ToddvlUe 41. At Monticello. B Delhi 52. Csseade St. Marys 51. B Hopklnton 62. Buck Creek 89. At Mt. Ayr. B Delphos 43, Grand River 83. B Beaconfield 73. Kellerton 61. At Mt. Pleasant. B Pleaeant Plain 31. Millsbore 25. B Danville 50. St. Paul St. James 82. At Nevada. B Luther 49, Colo 81. B Jordon 45. Napier 44. At Newhall. B C. R. St. Wene 64; Pale 5L B Shellsburg 53; Atkins 47. At Orange City. A Sioux Center IL Hawardeu 34. At Osage. B Melntire 50. Gref ten 41. B Carpenter 68. Little Cedar 86. ' At Oxford Jet. B Onslow 58; Lest Nation 56. B Oxford Jet. 58. Elwood 34. At Parnell. A Williamsburg 61. North EngUsh 48. At Pisgah. A Woedbino 56. Missouri Valley 54. At Pleasantville. A -Knoxville '64. Pleasantville 44. At PoatviUe. B Luana 54 Elrin 89. B Clermont 58 Ft. Atkinson 4t At Rock Valley. B Letter 81. Doon 48 (ever). B Hail 56. Larehweod St. Marys 44. At Rockwell City, iarnum 50, Pomeroy 44. leriand 46. Claire St. Matthews 44. At Roland. B Gilbert 88; Nevada Milford 24. B Rolaad 75; Fernald 80. At Rolfe. B Bridge te 61; Gilmore City 47. B -Belie 63; D.M. Twp, Rolfe 89. At Sae City. B Lytton 51; Early 50. B Nemaha 58; Schuller 47. At Sanborn. A Sibley 88; Hartley 82. At Sheffield. B Franklin Cons. 59; Rockwell 46. B Shefield 68; Swaledale 26, At Sidney. A Shenandoah 43; Hamburg 40. A Farrarut 47; Sidney 26. At Sprfngville. B Martel lb 61; Morley 52. B Olin 59; Lisboa 46. At Strawberry Point. B Greeley 86; Dundee 32. B Strawberry Point 52; Edcewood 45. At Sumner. B Frederika 54; Fairbank I.C. 4S B Oran 54; Fredericks bora 46. At TerriL B Milford 57; Emmetsburg Catholic 66. B Arnolds Park 62; Superior 39. At Walkon. B Waterrille 45; Harpero Ferry 44. B Lansing 55s New Aibln 54. At Winfield. B Yarmouth 55; Morning Sun 48. B Winfield 59; CrawfordsviUe 58. At Wiota. B Cumberland 59; Adair 64. B Lewis 58: Casey 46. 'SPORTSMAN'S' PIGEST hd! sharp HOW TO REFINISH A GUNSTOCK,...,. x-jy Its easy to replace an old marred varnish finish with A RICH CUSTOM-LOOKING OR. FINISH. WITH CARE, REMOVAL OF METAL PARTS ISN'T NECESSARY BUT rr MAKES IT EASIER. Brush cn varnish remover, in 5 OR IO MINS. RUB THE 'SOO' OR WITH BURLAP. USE TOOTHBRUSH ON CHECKERING TO RE-DO IT, OR KEEP REMOVER OFF rT. REPEAT 2 OR 3 TIMES TO CLEAN WOOD. -SCRAPE ANY REMAINING SPOTS OFF WITH A DULL BLADE. CLEAN STOCK WITH RUBBING ALCOHOL. NO FILLER IS NEEDED. WHEN DRY, RUB IN LINSEED OIL BY HAND. LEAVE IT AN HOUR THEN WIPE OFF WITH A RAG. BAREHANDED, POLISH IT WARM. REPEAT, WHEN DRY, EVERY FEW DAYS UNTIL IT GLOWS C.R. To Play in State Y Meet Link-Belt Christensen Hurt Stepanek White . Carlton 8:30 p.m. Des Moines vs. Water- Flockhart Stale Y Tourney. FRIDAY GAMES. 7 p.m. Fort Dodre vs. Ames Collins, Speeder" Win In Industrial GAMES rUDtT. 7 p.m. Iowa Mfg. vs. Allis Chalmers. 8:15 Pernck Ford vs. Wilson. Collins Radio and Link-Belt won Industrial league" basketball games Wednesday night at Roose-velLgym. Collins beat Quaker, 99-63, and Link-Belt topped Iowa Steel, 66-37. Gophers Vote Against Bowl CHICAGO (AP) The University of Minnesota Is expected to take a firm stand officially Thursday against renewal of the Big Ten-Pacific Coast conference -Rose Bowl part. The schools senate committee on athletics Wednesday voted at-i. Minneapolis, 9-3, against renewal'"" and passed its recommendation . to the faculty committee for for- mal action Thursday. ' - Illinois provisionally approved on Feb. 2 the proposed, three-1' year extension of the current ' bowl contract which expires with - the 1954 game in Pasadena. This is the only previous public an-'1 noun cement. Indianas faculty reportedly voted for renewal -Feb. 4 but-withheld official an-" nouncement. : Luiher to Host Upper Iowa Five laws Steel (1) (2) t loo. 1 DeLong (3) 16 p.m. Cedar Rapids vs. Newtuu GAME3 SATURDAY. (4) 1 p.m. winners (1) and (2). (5) 2:34 p.m. winner (3) vs. Burling-ten. 7:84 p.m. losers (4) and (5). consolation. 6 p.m. winners (4) and (5), final. Special to The Gazette, FORT DODGE WaU . . Tresmer The State Carlson Chamberlin Totals (66). Fg Ft PI 11 1 4 Hoffman 13 1 Fisher 9 13 Fulton 13 2 Stramel 10 3 Ammons 4 3 3 Edwards 0 O 1' Arenas 1 0 21 Ti To Til Totals Link Belt 21 Iowa Steel 2 13 5 DECORAH Luther closes Its -basketball season at Decorah Saturday night against its arch rival; -Upper Iowa university. The game 1 will have little effect on the con- ference standings as Luther has nailed down third place and Upper Iowa is firmly placed' in the cellar. " T Loras college won the cham- ' pionship of the North division last week when it whipped Wartburg college, 100-97. Luther appears to have the upper hand in Saturday nights ' game on the basis of a 73-65 win " over Upper Iowa at Fayettef However, past records will show that when these two teams meet, anything can happen. In fact, it took a fourth quarter rally for-the Norse to pull the game out of J the fire at Fayette. - Although the Norse season started at a terrific pace, a series' of injuries weakened the club and they are now coasting along with This means that 1 six of the last nine games havie - 5 been losses. From a personnel standpoint, the hardest hit player was Cap 0 3 12 13 11 Collins Radio (. Quaker Oats 63. YMCA basketball tournament is vvraer scheduled here Friday and Sat-1 urday. Cedar Rapids is one of .Burkett thefavorites for the title. j Totals The Cedar Rapids team will be goiun Radio composed mostly of players from the Lipps Grill team that won the Commercial league championship, and several stars from other teams have been added. Fg Ft P1 5 0 1 Welch 9 11 Drahn 4 2 2 Ebert 3 0 1 Kimball 8 3 2 YauaUn 6 13 4 3 1 3 11 H Tl 12 ;a itzfS teu1 Dick Hefte, who was almost -certain to break the schools career scoring mark by a large margin. His knee injury cost him the last half of his senior competition and a chance at the mark. The injury to Hefte was undoubtedly a big cause in "the recent Luther losses. Totals 27 9 9 :fi 26 22 12 9 2999 3465 During his career as an outfielder for the New York Yankees, Joe DiMaggio hit 148 homers at the Yankee Stadium. 2 5 3 Hansen 1 J 2I. Pavek 2 3 0J. Pavek 0 0 1 Lewis 000iYates 18 18 141 Totals Plans for using the citys soft-ball and baseball facilities were formed Wednesday evening at a meeting of interested teams at t-,Wenc i city halL The group agreed to use Dan iels park mostly as a baseball o s 2 0 3 3 13 5 6 1 7 4 5 2 0 3 0 0 0 20 IT 20 Neyland Seeking Absence Leave KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Ailing Gen. Bob Neyland took a long step Wednesday toward ending his football coaching career at the University of Tennessee. The 61-year-old retired army brigadier general, on advice of his physician, asked the Tennessee Athletic Association to relieve him of coaching duties for the 1953 season. He will remain as athletic director. Dean N. W. Dougherty, chairman of the association, said the group would meet next Monday to act on Neylands request and to consider a successor. Harvey Robinson, backfield coach and Neylands top assistant, is expected to get the nod. Neylands teams won 171 games, lost 26 and tied 12 during his 20-year career. GRIXXELL HOST. GRINNELL The Grinnell college swimming and wrestling teams will be host to Knox col-" lege squads here Saturday afternoon. In the evening the two" basketball squads also will clash. 13 18 Palo i4 Field goal shooting: St Wenc ... .59 att., made 18. Palo ... 76 att.. made 20, Free throw ahootini i 1554 r 1251 .305 pet. .263 pet. Shelliburg (53) Atkins (47) t PgPtPl Fg Ft P Hrehm 0 0 2 Mumford " 1 1 Jacobi II Arnold 3 'Hatfield 4 Rammelsburg l'Schmlnke 2 'Nelson OlWilUamg llSedreU 2 M. Happel --ee inrow snooting: game diamond, and use Riverside Pi0wf f. a! ItC Side if; I79 wt and the diamond that will be built near Memorial stadium as practice fields. The four public schools will play most of their games at Hayes field, which also will be Wilsons practice diamond. Arthur will be RetBeatty used mostly for practice too. The softball teams were told that the various school softball diamonds will have backstops this yearl and that industrial nd other adhlt teams may use them after 5:30 in the evenings. There will be po softball diamond at Riverside this year. Groups represented at the meeting, called by Nevln Nichols of the Playground Commission, included: The public schools, Immaculate Conceptions, St. Patricks, the Eagle lodge, the parks department, Wilson and Company and Link-Belt Speeder. 15 17 11 10 17 1553 7 12 1647 Field Goal Shooting: Shellsburg, ... 65 itt. made 21; .323 pet. Atkins 53 att., made 15; .369 pet. Free Throw Shooting: Shellsburg 19 ., made llj .579 pet. Atkins 35 att, made 17; .485 pet. Officials Tom Bond, Independence; George Norris, Grinnell. Fullback Pat Harder of the Detroit Lions in the National Football league is a candidate for sheriff in his native Milwaukee, LUBRICATION DY EXPERTS Our men are trained to lubricate every point on your car with the correct kind of lubricant and at the proper mileage interval. You'll keep down costly repair bills, annoying squeaks and rattles if you let us lubricate your car regularly. 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