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.< Mohawks beat East D.M.61-49 4th straight victory after shaky start By DICK SULLIVAN DES MOINES — The Mason City Mohawks came through with a flourish in the final period here Friday night to spill the East Des Moines Scarlets 81-49 for their fourth triumph in a row. With the victory, the'Mohawks brought their Big Six Conference mark to 3-0, the same as co-leader East Waterloo. It also set up a showdown battle with the Trojans, which will take place next Friday night on Mason City's home court. East Waterloo defeated West Waterloo 54-43 Friday. . If was an uphill struggle Friday night for Dan Callahan's Mohawks, who trailed the entire second period and until late in the third quarter. They had gone in front 6-0 at the beginning, fell behind 13-12 after the first stop and by halftime were down 28-25. The end of the third quarter saw the score even at 40-40 and from there on Mason City built its lead. Stymied by a full court press headed by East's 5-6 guard Skip Bennett, the Mohawks quickly They're marking time in AFL for showdown By The Associated Press The Buffalo Bills, whose American Football League season finale against the Boston Patriots next week will settle the Eastern Division race, hope to strengthen their hand for the Boston showdown in Sunday's stop-over at Denver. Whether the Bills win, lose or draw against the Broncos, tailenders in the Western Division, next Sunday's Buffalo-Boston return match will determine a challenger for AFL Western champion San Diego in the Dec. 26-title playoff. But a victory over the Broncos would give Buffalo, now 10-2, a slim edge. They then could clinch the Eastern title by tying Boston, 10-2-1 and idle this weekend. A Denver upset, however, would afford the Patriots the same edge — a victory or tie in the finale would send them into the championship game for the second year in a row. Should the Buffalo-Denver and Buffalo-Boston games both wind up in deadlocks, so would the division race, with a repeal of last year's Patriots-Bills playoff deciding the Eastern crown — and pushing the East- West championship game back to next Jan. 3. The Chargers, 8-3-1, who clinched their fourth Western title in five years a week ago mark time at San Diego agains the Kansas City Chiefs, 5-7, Sun day while the Houston Oilers 210, and New York Jets, 5-6-1 match winless streaks at Hous ton. It will be Tobin Rote Day at San Diego, with the veteran quarterback. playing his las home game. Rote, who led the Chargers to their first league championship last season bu lost his starting job to John Hadl this year, will end a 15 year pro career after the title game. Rote will alternate with Had against the Chiefs, whose Len Dawson is the league's leading passer. San Diego won the teams' first meeting 28-14. Freshmen Mike Taliaferro and Pete Liske are expected to share the signal-calling for the Jets, who topped the Oilers 24-2 eariler in the season. Don Trull he rookie from Baylor who has >een understudying ageless George Blanda, will get the starting assignment for the Oil- o s t their 4 early margin and were doing their best to keep he Scarlets from gaining ncx more than a 6-point edge during :heir mid-game slump. The Scarlets had control of the wards, especially their own, for the first half of play and got 12 points from veteran forward Stan Hews and 10 from 6-4 center Bill McElree to take the 3-point halftime lead. The Mohawks c&qld find the range for only nine of their 30 shots in the first half. Skip Gooch, who also turned in an excellent floor game, hit t h e hole four times from the field and sank one free throw to lead Mason City with nine points at the midway point. Ben Yates, who had been ill prior to the game and held out of the starting unit, helped spark the Mohawks when he came into the game. His six points and good defensive play helped the Mohawks catch up in the third period as the visitors cut off McElree with just one bucket. However, Hews kept his hot hand with three goals from the 20-foot range and the Scarlets were able to stay with the Mo- jawks. - Yates, John Oertel and Steve Harpster hit consecutive 2-point-o"i p «. s , r . ;;;;;;;;;;;; I ers to open the final quarter L»rgent" '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. o and the Mohawks were off running from there. Harpster hit on two more long shots to The boxscore MASON CTTV—«1 FG Pf Harpster 7 5 I 4 Prohaskl 0 offset a pair o£ fielders by Hews, while a lone fielder by McElree was all the scoring!., Totals EAST D. SI.— I!) from the field by East in tho's7u*rs";!"'.'.;"".'.;.*i McElree 5 Bennett 2 The margin of victory actual- »>»«<>»• o - . ' C&«.... i,. 1 ly came from the free throwfu«"± lh , m ';:;::::} Osborn Totals Technical on Mason City coach. line. The Mohawks sank 11 free BJ° rk (l ones in the last period, five of them by Paul Largent, while East connected on only nine of 25 for the night. Harpster, who had his troubles finding the range the first three quarters, finished with 18 points to pace the Mohawk scoring. Gooch finished with 15 and Yates with 11 for other double-figure scoring. Hews gunned in 23 for the home club, which still is winless in three games, all Big Six affairs. McElree, who was held to Score by quarters: (1) (3) <X> (4) Mason City 13 M 40 61 East D. M 13 28 single buckets in each of last two periods, had 14 for the night. In the sophomore preliminary, Mason City took a 59-47 verdict for its fifth win without defeat. Jerry Wetterling led the young Mohawks with 20 and Randy Fox chipped in with 15. TOBIN ROTE — Retires after 15 years ers. Newman nips Garrigan 47-45 for 4th victory Denver's upset plans will ride vith Mickey Slaughter, another young quarterback who impressed coach Mac Speedie in he Broncos' 20-20 standoff with Oakland two weeks ago. The 3roncs will have to stop Buffalo's Cookie Gilchrist, who has a 71-yard lead over Matt Snell of New York in the individual rushing derby. The Bills, beaten by Oakland 16-13 last Sunday on the last play of the game, will start Jack Kemp at quarterback and relieve with Daryle Lamonica. Oklahoma State leads qualifiers in mat tourney LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Twelve Oklahoma State grap. piers survived quarter-finals matches in the third annual Great Plains AAU wrestling tournament Friday night. Kansas State qualified six for Saturday afternoon's semifinals. Iowa State and Wyoming each qualified four, and Nebraska emerged with three semifinalists. Approximately 250 wrestlers from about a dozen midwestern states competed. Finals matches are scheduled Saturday night. A L G O N A — The Newman Knights got back on the winning side here Friday night by defeat- nig the Algona Garrigan Golden Bears 47-45. The win upped Newman's record to 4-1. The Knights had to overcome an early 8-point deficit to post the win, after falling behind 11-3 in a frigid first quarter. They finally caught fire in the second period and led nntil the final seconds when they again went behind 21-20. Then, going ahead 33-32 after three periods, the winners were never behind. FRIDAY FIGHTS NEW YORK — Bobby Bartcls, 151, New York, stopped Lenny Mangiapanc, 148%, New York, 4. 6th straight victory Ellsworth wins 88-64 over Mason City J.C. IOWA FALLS—The Ellsworth 1 College basketball team won its sixth game without a loss this season by downing Mason City J.C. 88-64 here Friday night. The loss snapped a 2-game Mason City winning string and left the Trojans with a 2-4 season's record. The first half was a tight struggle. Mason City had held leads of 24-19 and 32-28 before the Panthers put on an 8-point scoring burst to go on top 36-32. The home club finished the half on top 45-38. Ellsworth pulled away steadily in the second half and was 20 points on top at 71-51 with seven minutes to go 1 in the game. Al Ford, playing his first season with Ellsworth, was the star performer with 30 points. He bagged eight fieldgoals in the second half. Two holdover regulars were next in line for Ellsworth, Tandy Holmes with 16 points and Harvey Jackson with 13. There wasn't a player for the Trojans who reached his season's average in scoring. Center Bob Wood was high with 14 and guard Bill Strottman was next with 11. Mason City went into the game with a 91-point per game scoring average before being held in check for 64 points, getting only 26 in the second half. MASON CITY J.C.— B4 FG FT •Coyler :t i--i Wood Strottman Staudt .. . KIrchwehn Hoel . . Rundquiat Berst Totals Ford .... Holmes . . Kaufman Ballhelm •Schroeder Totals •Technical Halftlme CHy »8. Officials: 6 s-H 3 2-2 . . 4 3-"i 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 27 10-17 ELLSWORTH— 8» FG FT IS 4-fi ft 0.0 1 o-fl a 1-2 2 ]-2 2 2-2 0 0-fl 0 1-2 37 14-*>6 fouls, score: Ellsworth 4,'i, Miller and Wtlbrs. PF TP 4 7 o 10 2 14 S g 4 11 i in 1 2 a n i n n 2 n o 0 0 19 64 PF TP 3 30 Z 1C *> O 1 13 3 11 1 2 1 5 Z 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 15 88 Mason __ ^mmm . ^m^mf K-State gets win; Kansas knocked off By The Associated Press The first round of the Sunflower doubleheader Friday night at Manhattan was an even split for the Big Eight, as Perm State edged Kansas 50-48 in the last minute and Kansas State romped past Chicago Loyola 77-67. At Lawrence Saturday night, K-State will be favored over Penn State and Kansas over Chicago Loyola in the second game as they switch opponents. K-State held a 48-27 halftime bulge with Jeff Simmons getting all 20 of his points, then let subs play most of the last half. The victory left the Wildcats with a 3-1 record, Loyola 2-1. Penn State stands 2-1 for the season, Kansas 2-2. A crowd of 11,900 watched the first round of the eighth annual Sunflower event. K-State now has a 12-3 record in Sunflower series play, Kansas 7-8. Kansas jumped to a n early lead of 12-2 and stayed in front until Bob Weiss, a 6-foot-2 ball- hawk, and Carver Clinton, a deadeye 6-4 shooter, got hot down the stretch. The Jayhawks were frustrated by a zone defense and didn't get a field goal the last 10 minutes. The split left the Big Eight at 14-14 against outside teams. In other games Saturday night, Iowa State plays at Air Force, Oklahoma State at UCLA, Colorado at Northwest ern, St. Louis at Missouri, Mich' igan at Nebraska and Oklahoma at Texas. Luther tackle goes^to Eagles LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) _ Robert Thompson, 23, who played defensive tackle for Lu ther College at Decorah, Iowa has signed a bonus contract with the Philadelphia Eagles o the National Football League Thompson, a native of Viroqua Wis., disclosed the signing Fri day. He will graduate in June Garrigan missed a chance to win the game in the last 10 seconds when they got two shots and missed on both of them. Newman led 46-45 at the time and a foul shot by Jim Lloyd put the margin to two points just before the buzzer. Forward Jerry Bradley, showing good moves under the bucket got the Bears out to a good start. He finished with 13 points, 10 of them coming in the first half. The Knights put reserve guard Lyn Huber on Bradley after the half and the little guy held him down while the Newman club pulled ahead. Garrigan used a full court press the entire game and used it effectively to stop up Newman's big scoring guns, Jim Lloyd and Willie Green. Lloyd finished up with 10 points to share high honors with Jerrj Jorgensen, who came in in reserve role in the third quarter nd hit six quick points to push Newman out in front. Green vho sat out much of the con est after collecting four fouls by the second quarter, scored nine points. Dick Muller, practically Gar rigan's whole attack in the sec ond half after Bradley was popped, chucked in 13 points to share scoring honors with Brad ey. The sophomore preliminary also was won by Newman, 59-47 1m Sallee had 21 and Jim Thomas 14 for the winners. Newman is still on the roac or its next game, which wil be Friday at Austin Pacelli. The boxscore: NEWMAN—17 FG FT Johnson 0 fl-0 Ebellnr 2 1-2 Kothamet 2 ;)-( loyd 4 2-:( reen X' 3-t lorgensea 3 Tomke 1 Huber 2 ALL TYPES AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE WORK W« Rebuild Engines And Clutches BERRY Machine & Motor Parts 111 South DtUwar* Dial 423-1972 choice—for high value, low cost lift insurance. Contact me todayl ALAN DODGE 212 So. Delaware 423-5945 STATE FARM i Ufa PF TP 1 2 1 4-fi 0-1) 0-1 LYN HUBER —Good help as sub Wrestling scores Charles City 31, New Hampton 1. Clarion :!8, EMhervllle 2. Eagle Grove 20, Hampton IS. Osage 28, Cedar Falls in. Tech D.M, 21, East D.M. 20. Algona 2H. Humboldt 10. Tama-Toledo 38, Waterloo Columbu . _.. Fight results ANACONDA, Mont, — Roger Rous 169, Anaconda, Mont., knocked 01 Frank Lujan, 173'A, Fresno, Calif., 1 ROME—,Sandro Mazzlnghi, 154, Italy outpointed Fortunate Manca, 153, IU1. IS. Mazzlnghi retained world junto middleweight crown. GOTEBORG, Swedtn— Bo Hocgberg 156, Sweden, outpointed Sugar Bo Nando, 158, Dominican Republic, 10. BEN YATES —Sparked comeback Basketball scores Dec. 12, 1964 Wisconsin, ///in/ in final non-leaguers CHICAGO (AP) — Big Ten asketball activity resumes Sat- rday following a two-night lull r ilh Wisconsin and Illinois in nal non-league engagements rior to their conference open- r Tuesday night. Illinois will take on Washing- on and Wisconsin will be at! ome against Bowling Green.; loth teams are expected to win andily before their conference attle at Madison Tuesday. Normally, the Big Ten sched- ile does not begin until the irst Monday in January and hat's how it will stand except or this engagement. However, ecause of scheduling problems he Big. Ten granted Wisconsin md Illinois permission to play heir opener in December. Six other conference teams vill be in action Saturday as 3ig Ten teams shoot to improve on their 25-7 record against in- ersectional foes. The big battle will be a test of top-ranked Michigan. The Wolverines must play at Ne- Draska, a team which van quished Ptvrdue 96-85 recently. Other games Saturday find North Carolina at Indiana, Creighton at Iowa, Drake at Michigan State, Colorado at Northwestern and Purdue at Butler. Pro cage scores FRIDAY RESULTS Boston IIX, Philadelphia 10!). Detroit 101. San Francfico loo. SATURDAY GAMES Baltimore at Huston. Philadelphia at New York. Detroit at San Francisco. Cincinnati at St. Louis. SUNDAY GAMES New York vi. Philadelphia at Syracuse. Detroit at Loa Ancelei. HIGH SCHOOL NORTH IOWA. BOYS Alffona 46, Hampton 45. Armstrong 57. Lakota 55 (ovt.). Relmond 19, Lake Mills ;!-. Buffalo Center 60. Osage 51. Charles City 63, New Ilampton 58. Clear Lake 01, Clarion 58. Corwlth-Wesley 70, Sheffield 55. Decorah 85, Creslwood 71. Dumont 7?. Parkersburs -19. Eafie Grove 7S. Humboldt 41. East Waterloo 54. West Waterloo 43. Erametsburc 64, Sheldon 59. Erametsburf Catholic 51, Bancroft SI. John's 50. Forest City 71. Northwood 51. Garner 68, Brltt 66. Goldfleld 61, Kanawha 51. Hubbard 58, Dowi 50. Klemme 53, CAL 3(1. Lansing St. George 55, Stacyvllle Vis- llallon 52. LuVerne 70, Meservey-Thornton 53. Mason City 61, East D.M. 4!». Mason City Newman 47, Algona Gar- rlgan 45. Nashua 69, North Central 50. Rocklord 77, Nora Springs 45. Seniral 5R, Rake K. St. Ansgar 1ft, Riceville 42. Swea City 41, Rlngsled 42. Thompson 57, Ledyard M. Ventura 63, noone Valley 47. Vt'aukon St. Fat's 62, Cresco Notre Dame 5.1. Waverly 81, Oelweln 53. Webster City 69. Iowa Falls 54. NORTH IOWA GIRLS Armstrong HI, Lakota 67. Boone Valley 37. Ventura S3. GolitUeld IS, Kanawha 43. Hubbard (I, 1 , Dowi 52. Ledyard IW. Thompson 37. Meservey-Thornton ftO. LuVerne 47. Nora Springs AH, Rnckford AS. North Central I>H. Nashua KU. Parkersburg •">:!, Dumont <J7. AROUND THE STATE Atlantic I.', Crrslnn til (ovt.). Ames .YK, noone JU. Carroll 8:t. Lake City !>.l. Carroll Ktkemper 1)1, Fort Dodge St. ICdmnnd (i?. Cedar Kails SCI fi7. Eldora SI. Cedar Hapidi Jefferson fid, Clinton Cedar Rapids Washington 61, Iowa Hly II. Cherokee SB, Eslhervllle 47. Cherokee Immaculate Conception DO, Danbury Catholic 13. Davenport Assumption 59, Bettendorf 511. Davenport \Vest 7.1, Dubuque flA. Des Moines North 72. Des Molnes Tech 02. DCS Molncs Roosevelt !I2. DCS Molnes Lincoln 51. Dubuque Wuhlerl 6R, Cedar Rapids Regis GO. Dyersvltle Xavlcr .Vt. Dubuque West •> t ' Fort Madison 'i.'i, Washington 5!>. (Jrlnnell 72. Oskaloo.ia 4.V Iowa City University Ml, West Branch 5. Keokuk r.«. Muscatlne Ifi. I.eMars 8!!. West Sioux M. Marshalttown 75, Newton 49. Mollne, 111., 60, Davenport Central 46. OsceoU fil>. Knoxvlllo 47. Ottumwa Walsh 7K, liurllngton Notre Dame ft.~>. Sioux City East U7, Sioux City nee- Ian r>8. Spencer 6H. Spirit Lake 60. West DCS Molncs Valley ~,fi, Chartton 41. JUNIOR COLLEGE Ellsworth KH, Mason City Gl. Grand View 7:1. Muscatine 1(1. FRIDAY COLLEGE EAST Columbia RO, Lelitgh tifi. Princeton 81, Colgate .':(. LIU SI. Falrlelgh Dickinson 50. Scton Hall US). Wagner 90 (ovl.). SOUTH N.C. State 87. Southern Cal 59. W. Va. 70, Va. Military 73. MIDWEST Wichita !)3, Brlgham Young 76. Kansas Stale 77, Chicago Loyola 67. Penn State ."'0. Kansas -i«. Central (ill, Buena Vista 52. Cornet) 101). Lawrence 1)1. Dubuque 51, Simpson 47. (iraceland !I2, Tarklo 111. Hastings 100, Weslmar .18. Weslcjan 99, Luther H8. Rlpon 71. Grlnnell (M. Tenn 76, Warlborg 72. FAR WEST California 57, Arizona &!>. No. Dakota 71, Montana 62. Oergon 83, Idaho 53. Defending state champs Mohawk matmen take on E. Waterloo here The Mason City Mohawk wrestlers, with a 3-0 record in dual meet competition and a second place finish in the Eagle Grove Invitational tournament, have their first Big Six Conference meet Saturday evening at Adams gym. The opponents will be defending state class AA champion East Waterloo with reserve matches beginning at 6:30 and the varsity affair at 8 o'clock. Mohawk coach Cecil Mott was hopeful his squad could give the Trojans a real solid tussle. But the picture had dimmed. Heavyweight Dave Tracy is ineligible for the meet. Barrel Grouette 127-pounder and the leading scorer for Mason City last season, will not be able to com pete because of an eye infection. Another minus point is tha several of the Mason Citj wrestlers have missed a few drills this week because of ill ness. Alan Hunt is slated to take Tracy's spot in the hcavywcigh class while Jim Borger will re place Grouette at 127. Return ing to action this week for Ma son City will be Derwood Foser at 133. The only Mohawk with a per- !cct record is 180-pounder Jim. smith with a 5-0 mark. He won :he title in his division of the Eagle Grove tourney but did not compete against B r i 11. Vance Shipman (154) has a 5-1 mark, his only setback being in the tourney final. East Waterloo is led by 112- pounder Paul Stinson, state champ at that weight a year ago, and Paul Clayburn, 120- poundcr. The Trojans finished second in the Big Six race last season (West Waterloo was tha champ) but East came back to take the state meet by a 3-point margin over West. East produced five state champions but four of them were graduated. Coach Dave Natvig started (he season at East with six let- torwinners. The Trojans have defeated Dubuque Wahlert 45-3 and Charles City 28-15 in their two matches this season. Last year East Waterloo defeated Mason City 33-12. East has downed the Mohawks threa straight years. The last Mason City triumph was a 22-17 affair four years ago. Machen-Terrell winner will be WBA champion Big 10 now major leader against AAU CHICAGO (AP)—The Big Ten 2 ^'became a major leader in the Totals 17 13-20 22 47 GAREIGAN—15 FG FT PF TP Becker 40-048 Bradley s S-5 otthoff 0 Bleich 1 0 Muller 4 Totals 14, * Technical foul. Score by quarters: 2-5 1-3 fl-R 5-6 IS 17-M 15 45 (1) (?) (.t) (4) NCAA's war against the AAU Friday by formally approving a ruling that an athlete be declared ineligible if he participates in an event not sanc- ;ioned by an NCAA-sponsored sports federation. The stand was taken shortly jefore the Big Ten ended its joint meetings of faculty representatives and athletic direc- Newman X 30 33 47 Garrifan 11 -'1 'M 45 Sports calendar SATURDAY — (wrestling) East Waterloo at Mason City Mohawks, Adams gym, reserves at 6:30, varsity at 8. (swimming) Mason City at West Waterloo. TUESDAY — (swimming) Mason City Mohawks at Austin. FRIDAY — (basketball) East Waterloo at Mason City Mohawks, sophs at 6:30, varsity at 8. Newman Knights at Austin Pacelli. Mason City J.C. at Webster City J.C. (wrestl- ling) Mason City Mohawks at East Des Moines, time 4. MQVIH< (AND) STORAGE Save Money Save Work US FOR COMPLETE Heretofore, a school could use ts own discretion in allowing professionals to use campus facilities for contests. However, a school may permit such events as an Arnold Palmer golf appearance or pro The faculty representatives also adopted a recommendation of eligibility legislation to implcmsril the ruling that no conference athlete can compete in basketball, baseball, gymnastics and track and field if the meet is not sanctioned by an NCAA federation. An athlete breaking the rule would not only lose his eligibility but also financial aid which is renewed yearly. The conference also put a stop to the possibility of professionals using school arenas. Patterson takes another step in comeback trail SAN JUAN, Puerto Hico (AP) — Floyd Patterson, the former world heavyweight champion who hopes to win the title for the third time, takes another step on the comeback trail here tennis, pro skiing, pro diving or a Harlem Globetrotter exhibition. The big ten also adopted a change in determining team tennis championships for 1965 This coming year, dual mee! victories will count for as many points as those scored in a triumph in the conference championship meet. Individual titles, however, will be determined only in the conference meet. The 1965 tennis championships will be held at Indiana May 20-22; the 1965 golf championships at Purdue May 21-22; the 1966 outdoor track meet at Indiana May 21-22; the 1966 indoor track meet at Michigan State March 5-6; and the 1966 cross-country meet at Minnesota Nov. 8. Saturday night. He meets Charlie Powell of San Diego, Calif, in a 10-rounder at Hiram Bithorn Stadium. The bout is a benefit for the Carlos Ortiz Youth Foundation, Inc., which promotes a youth program in Puerto Rico, and is expected to attract a crowd of 8, 000 at $20 tops. The gross gate is expected to be around $70,000, oi which Patterson is guaranteec 35 per cent. Powell gets at least $3,000. The bout is regarded as a tuneup for Patterson for his fight against Canada's George Chuvalo in New York next month. By MURRAY ROSE j NEW YORK (AP) — Without' throwing a punch, veteran Ed-( die Machcn has moved into a possible title fight with Ernie' Terrell for the World Boxing Association's vacant heavyweight championship. Tony Maceroni of Providence, R. I., chairman of the WBA's rankings com'mHtcc, said Friday the boxing body will recognize the winner of a Machen- Terrell fight as champion. And there are promoters in Chicago, Houston, Miami and] San Francisco willing to put it on, said big Julie Isaacson, the manager of Terrell. The towering Philadelphia fighter is No. 1 on the WBA's top 10 list. The latest switch in the WBA's program to try and find a successor for Cassius Clay, the champion it stripped of recognition, was made because Cleveland Williams was shot in a scuffle with police in Houston recently. This knocked Williams out of a January fight with Terrell for .he WBA's championship. Mach«n lost to Floyd Pafter- son in Sweden last July. ! We want the fight made in January. The winner is to fight .he winner of the George Chuva- .o-Floyd Patterson fight (scheduled for New York Jan. 29, or Feb. 1) or whoever the WBA designates," said Maceroni. Patterson is ranked second by the WBA and Chuvalo third. Crating - Storage Moving - Packing O'BrieilMoving&Storage Ag«*t For National Van Lines 50,000 Square Feet Dry Storage Space 23 — 6th Street S.E. GA 3-7915 Money For Holiday Needs! Mason City Phone 423-6951 Reed Estate Loam — 2nd Mortgages — Consolidation — Auto and Furniture Loans — Low Cost Shoppers Credit Service — For Quick Service FIGHT RESULTS WORCESTER, Maw.—Ted Whltfield 139, SprlnRficld. Mans., stopped Barney Barnez. 140, New York, 2. Former Hawkeye Joe Williams on all-star squad CLEVELAND (AP) — Unilcd Football League coaches have picked all-star offensive and defensive teams that, because of tie votes, total 29 men. Champion Canton dominates the selection with 10 players. Former Iowa star Joe Williams, Quebec fullback and the league's leading scorer, was moved to a halfback slot on the all-star lineup. Also picked was former Iowa State player Mike Fitzgerald, Charleston defensive safety man. EDDIE MACHEN —Hasn't thrown punch Simpson loses to Dubuque to snap win streak By The Associated Press Simpson was undefeated In basketball this season until it went to Dubuque Friday night and saw its three-game winning streak ended 54-47. It was the first victory this fall for Dulnique and left idle Upper Iowa (4-0) the only college learn in the state with an unblemished record. In other games between Iowa Conference foes Iowa Wesleyaa bumped Luther 99-88 at Mount Pleasant; Central rolled- past Bucna Vista 66-52 at Storm Lake and William Penn edged Warthurg 76-72 at Oskaloosa. Cornell won its first and Grin- ncll lost its first in the Midwest Conference. A 30-point performance by Jack Grams paced Cornell to a 109-9'! victory over Lawrence at Mount Vernon. Grinnell was by Ripon 71-68 at Grinnell. Both Iowa teams now have 1-1 league marks. Fred Vanltcn scored 23 points for Dubuquc's victory in which Simpson was held to only 20 points in the second half. On All Monty N»ccU OLSON SEE or CALL INC. I AROUND THE CLOCK DRY CLEANING . . . Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday SPECIALS! PLAIN Skirts, Sweaters Pants • • • *yi 1 AROUND THE CLOCK DRY CLEANING PRESSING 715 North Federal On« Hour S«rvlc«— Plenty of Fr«« Parking Hours * A.M. T« 12 Midnight ea. Laundered Shirt Service For Every Broken or Missing Burton That We Do No* Replace We Will Launder 6 Shirtx — FREE OF CHARGE. .

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