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22 Dec. U, , Mt«on ^IH 1964 w^lty, !• North Iowa basketball EAGLE GROVE- WEBSTER CITY VARSITY — Eaglo Grove 72 Webster City 54. Scoring: Dave Slauffcr (E) 25, Bruce Simpson (W) 13. Eagle Grove is now 7-0 for the year and 5-0 in the North Central Conference. Webster City is 2-5 and 2-3 in conference play. CLARION-HAMPTON VARSITY— Clarion 82, Hamp ton GO. Scoring: Larry Hull (C) 35, Randy Butler (U) 18. Clarion is now 3-2 in the North Central Conference. Hampton is 0-5 RESERVES: Clarion 44 Hampton 34. NORTHWOOD-BRITT VARSITY — Northwood 66, Brill 50. Scoring: Bruce Helvick (N) 17. Northwood is 3-2 in the North Iowa Conference, while Brill is 1-4. SOPHS: Northwood 49 Britt 33. NORTH CENTRAL-VENTURA GIRLS: North Central 63, Ventura 41. Scoring: Tcrri DeVVitt (N) 22, Shirley Eaton (V) 15. Norlh Central Jed 30-27 at half- lime. JlESKItVICS: North Central 30, Ventura 27. TITONKA- WODEN-CRYSTAL LAKE HOYS — Woden-Crystal Lake •1(1, Tilonka '12. Scoring: George ABNER HAYNES —Work* his way back Comeback award in AFL given to Abner Haynes NEW VO/{K (A/') — Abner laynes, the American Football ^ague's first big name, won a ew honor Wednesday when he vas named winner of tin: Come- Sack-of-lhe-Ycar award <>( the AFL by an Associated Press panel. Haynes, 2(>, started the season with Kansas City as a split end lllini top Badgers in loop opener CHICAGO (AP)-Illinois is on top in the Big Ten and for at least three weeks no other team can dispute the lllini hold on the conference basketball lead. Illinois smashed Wisconsin 70-56 in the earliest conference opener in Iho history of the Big Ten Tuesday night. Since no other conference games will be played until Jan. 4, Illinois will enjoy a lengthy stay in first place. The lllini found Wisconsin's slow-down tactics troublesome n the early minutes and trailed he Badgers 12-10 after V6 minutes. But Tal Brody and Bill McKeown scored baskets to put Illinois ahead to stay. Illinois, bolstered by the scoring of G-8 '/a Skip Thoren, took a 41-24 halftimc lead and Wisconsin never got back into contention. Thoren Ic with I!) points, 16 the first half. Mark Zubor nected on Hi field goals filling in Burford. for the Coach injured Chris Hunk Stram Palmer 10, John Gerdes fW) 12. Woden-Crystal Lake is 2-5 for the year. Non-conference game. GIHLS: Titonka .10, Woden Crystal Lake 31. Scoring: iris Michael.son na (W) 20 hiilftime. (T) 2f>, Tilozika Linda Han let! 21-18 nl THOMPSON-SENTRAL HOYS: Scntral 58, Thompson 55. Scoring: Tom Smith (T) .19, Tom Geil/enauer (S) 1G. Sen tral is :i-2 in the Slate Line Con ferencc, Thompson is Ml. GJHLS; Thompson 52, Scntral M. Scoring: Aim Anderson (T) .'W, Bonnie Wolirspnn (S) 25. Thompson led :!2-24 nl halflime. RAKE-KIESTER (MINN.) VAHSJTY: Kicstcr 70, Hake l!7. Scoring: Mare Bcndickson <IM 27, Dale Haukoos (K) 18. Hake is now 1-5 for the year. Non-conference game. .SOPHS: Kicster 47, Hake 4(1. CHARLES CITY I.C.- LANSING ST. GEORGE VAHS1TY: Charles City 72, Lansing M. Scoring: Ed Majcs- Ui (C) 22. Don Imhoft (L) IB, Charles City (•!••<>) Jer! 31-23 id halftimc. RKSKJIVKS: Charles Dfy .IS, Lansing 20. DOWS- NORTHEAST HAMILTON BOYS: Dows (>•!, Norlhe.lst Hamilton 54. Scoring: Larry Hackbarlh (])) IK, Tom Jayncs (N) 18. Dows lod a:>-20 at half- lime. Non-conference game. CilHI*S: Northeast Hnmilton HI, Dows 51. Scoring: Judy Temple (N) 21), Clarecn Norris (D) l!:t. Northeast Hamilton led 27-1!) ;il halflime. ! I STACYVILLE VISITATION- OSSIAN DE SALES \AItSlTY-Stacyvillc .VI, Os sian .VI. Scoring: Denny Wold- inn (()) 23, Tom Mayer (S) 21.: Stacyvillc led 2D-25 at halftimc KDSKKVKS: Slacyvillc -in (bsinn 44. SWEA CITY- BANCROFT ST. JOHN'S VARSITY—Bancroft HI, Suva City 48. Scoring: Hatten <B) 27, Dyers (Hi 21, Hrid Karland (S(' i 12. Non-conference win was BanerofC.s fourlh in five games. GREENE-HAMPTON (iirls: Green 72, Hampton Mi. Scoring: Marge Marsh (G> :>i;, lleilskov (IH 34. Greene held a narrow :t7-:);. lead al interim's- .sion. RESERVES: Greene C,3, llamploi! M. CLARION WRESTLERS DEFEAT IOWA FALLS JOWA FA LLS-ln n dual wrestling mcot hero Tuesday night, Clarion defeated Iowa Falls 28-K! in the varsity anil the reserves haltlcd to n 23-23 deadlock. The .summary: !'.'»—Slatr «') pjiuirri Srvi*rl]i"ri. !i. l":t—Krllrjr Hi drr. Kuril, fill. 1 I'! — Tniirlrlollr |<'l ATT. ll»i»|(, l-l. I'.vi—Carulh (If i <lrc. Mnrliiril. 1-1. I 1 ;; —Herri « I ilrc, Il»lrr. I II. I'V.- -"iVwtsriti 1C) ilrr. Ihiffy, l-.'-d I:(H—Nlrlml, Ml ilrr. Mni i, I -II. U .— Cramrr (( ) drr limit, :;.«. K.l --Hiitir (IF) pinnrrf II»r<lli>( rr. .1..I.1. IT.—AsklrM.n 1C) plnnril Ilimiv 1:1:,, llwl.—.Mryfr III- 1 ) ptnnril SUirtrr. Fight results WdLVKRHAMPTON, K n K I x n cl "nan London, 19B-> t , Billaln. nloppcit fill]) .Johnson, 1M 1 .. Nuplci. Fla,, •», .VKVV V Oli K-Cartncto Hcrnsinilr/. 1-19. I'ucrlo ft I r n. Mopprd Tniuniv N.iinl Jlrown. 140, rnlcr«i»i. N .1 , 2 .SKATTM-:, WBsh.--VVnyne Thornltin. 171, KrcHno. (.'iilit,. »lu|>|HMl Kclrilc <:nl- l"n, 173. Spmtlc. !>. SAN ANTONIO-lllm-k '/jnnom. l:n. ''<irpu« ChrlTlt. Tpx,. gtupprri Urnrv Uomjnriiici!. 133, Houston. 8 niCHMOND. Calif.—H <• n r y Clark. 1%, San KriinrlHro, oiUpinnlcd Torn I'RwlONkl, in?. San l.cnnrlro. Cntif., in. RODEO RIDERS SPLIT $3 MILLION IN PRIZES DKNVKK UlV-Thc Rodeo Cowboys Association <li.sclo.sed lhal cowboys split up $3,6G, r >,4<>9 in pri/c money ;il so I KCA-sanc- lioncd shows Ibis year. hud talked of iisin« him at flanker behind Krank .lackson. Curt McClinton iipjiaronlly hati his old job ;it running moved into the baek- U.surped hack. Abner field a.s soon Hurford was healthy nnd showed much of hi. old dash and drive while Kainin yards on I:M carries in th< first Rames. yards )o prove business. This WHS Ihr The first day Jla.vnes rclurned to the baekfield the Chiefs were playinj,' the Oakland Kaiders. Abner ran 12 times for 1!)f> yards and caught five passes for H7 he was back in man who was the league's Flayer of the Yeai in 1800 as a rookie when he also was the leading ground gainer and scored 1!) touchdowns in regular-season play in I!)fi2. In Ihe voling of (lie 24-man cominillce, liiree from onch league eily, Haynes drew seven voles, (ilenn Bass, Muffalo split end, and Jiiihe Parilli, Hoston's veteran (|uarterlmck. each received four volt's. Wrestling scores I'lurlon SB, Ic,w» I >n. 1:1 KnlrdrM :IN, niirllngtcni II. 'irlnncll zr,, M.rlnn IH. lUmplmi n.-,, lliiin| M) |,|i 1.1. .lt«llji XI. Wnp.lr Vnllry IK Hnrk lilmul AlliMH.tl •!«. l)i,l,,,, M , P \V»hfcrt II. the lilini of them In con-- o and topped Wisconsin with :!0 points. Big Ten teams will be Idle the rest of Ihe w'eck until Saturday when seven of them .swing back into action in an attempt to improve their whopping 34-9 edge over non-eonfercnee foes. Providence will he at Iowa, Utah Stale at Minnesota, Crcighton at Northwestern, Wake Forest at Purdue, Indiana at Detroit, Michigan State at Butler and Ohio State at Davidson. Brown again w/ns NFL rushing title NEW YORK (AI>) - Clcve- rtnd's Jimmy Brown officially was declared the National Foot- bail League's leading ground gainer Wednesday, becoming the only individual champion in eight departments to grnb n second consecutive $rown. Brown won Ihe rushing title with 1,446 yards gained in 280 at templs for a .V2 average, push ing his career total to 10,768. He did, however, fall off from his !!>(>:! output of 1,863 yards in 2.91 EDGE Since MM:,, TO BIG 10 m em hers of (he Big Ten have won .'128, lost M-J d lied 20 hi non-conference football competilion. Holovak named AFL coach of year I I MIKE HOLOVAK —Big game Sunday St. Joseph's in spoiler role again UY Till.; ASKOCIATKD I'RCSS College basketball's upper By BOB HOOBING BOSTON (AP) — "It's an honor. But I'd trade everything for a victory over Buffalo Sunday — and that championship." The reaction sums up Michael .1. Holovak of the Boston Patriots, just named American vak has-inspired gets past thatjmentor, .708, on a 34-14-4 record, one as the odds-makers predict, I His closest rival is San Diego's Boston will have a chance to avenge last year's 51-10 title game loss to San Diego Dec. 26. "I'm pleased, no doubt about that," Hoiovak said of his selec- tjon Wednesday, then added, "Does a 15-year contract go with it? 'I sure hope I have better Sid Glllman, who has a 46-25-1 mark for .648. Holovak took over the team with a 2-3 record in 1961 and piloted it to a great 7-1-1 sprint finish. Boston was 9-4-1 in '62 despite the fact its only consistent quarterback, Babe Parilli, was injured part of the cam- Football League Coach of the year by The Associated Press. No matter how well things might he going, Iron Mike always acts like a man who has another — and bigger — ahead. This week he does,. -Division contender Hofovak's Patriots, the d«- recor <* f his season. fending Eastern Division cham *. P.» ,, u «a,o „„« Sundl with that regional crown attack and coach has the highest - — __ slake. If the squad which ^Holo-j winning percentage of any AFLJTry A Want Ad — 423-4270 luck than my predecessor." 'paign. . Holovak r»f»rrtd to Oakland's' D«spite rh« abs«nc* of Ron J° b Al Davis, 1963 winner, whose!Burton last year, Holovak I Haiders slipped from a Western ( steered the Patriots to an East- to a 4-7-2 . Ra ted the coach of any year ern Division playoff triumph. fn perhaps his greatest job of all, Holovak this fall brought his team from 2'/j games behind Buffalo to a virtual deadlock. fast becoming a and the hungry carries for >i (i.4 mark. Crecn Hay quarterback Bart Starr regained the passing title he lost to V. A. Tittle of the New York Giants last year by completing 59.9 per cent of his passes for 2, I'M yards and 15 touchdowns. His big plus was only Tom- interceptions in 272 nl- leinpls and n record string of ''ir> iiltempls without n steal. In other department*, Baltimore's Lenny Moore won the scoring title, Johnny Morris of he Chicago Bears was lops in >ass receiving. Washington echelon is scrap heap „_„ Hawks of St. Joseph's, Pa., are doing their share of the plundering. The Philadelphia quintet, which ran Davidson out of the Top Ten 10 days ago, knocked off .seventh-ranked St. John's of New York 71-56 Tuesday night with a stifling zone defense that imitcd the visiting Hcdmen toj Hi .second-half points. St. John's first loss In four starts left only two nationally ranked teams — No. 3 San Francisco and No. 4 Minnesota — with perfect records. Villanova, St. Joseph's ambitious Philadelphia neighbor, matched the Hawks' 5-0 mark with a !>5-«0 romp over Toledo. Pann State pulled away from Gettysburg with a burst of 10 successive through the points second midway half and whipped the home team 53-39. The Citadel boosted its top Southern Conference record to by nipping Richmond 76-75 on Herwig Baumann's jump shot with 12 seconds left in the .second overtime period. Fred Hotzel scored 2C points and Dick Snydcr, 23, leading Davidson past VMI 91-69 for a 2-0 Southern Mark. rookie Paul Kraiisc was No. 1 in interceptions, Minnesota's Bob- hy Waldcn was the punting leader, Tommy Watkins of Detroit finished first in punt returns and Vew York return .specialists. Clsrencc Childs of topped the klckoff One*.INC. ... FCIH is our BUSINESS! Golf Carts 13 98 to37 95 GOLF SHOES . 10 PUTTERS ... 5 50 PUTT MASTER ELECTRIC Fully Automatic Putting Grcon With Electro Magnetic Boll Return $Q95 9 COMBINATION CART-BAG Hold 14 Clubs Folds Compactly For Storage In Cor or Locker 36 PRO-GOLF BALL MARKER Engraves Full Name On One Line. 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