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ft -•:*» i I Basketball scores HIGH SCHOOL MOBTK IOWA «OTi Alf«u GtrrifMn IS, Fwi »•««• M tmt*.A M. A|>HBCi«* 4*. AUiw-BrUUv «. Ar»itr«M «1, &w*» Ctly M. Anslta rtcelU tf, MUM Cttr K«» M 11. » East Waterloo defeats Mason City 59-45 to take over Big Six lead BMM Vkllcy 7*. C*rwHk-««ilcy 74. BrTtt S«, 0«a«* 41. Clckr Lak« 71. .Ucmi M. Cr«<tw**4 M, Chart** Ciiy 4*. D*Wf M, AI4M n. DcvMt M, N*w Btriferd 41. Eait W»t*rU« S*. M«l«« Cttjr 45. Garmtr M, fertfote Cwater n <«»t.). G*l*tti*U U, KJ»»* M. F*r*at Ctty M. Lmk. Mill* W. •(, Cfc»riM (7, B»k« M. LvVcrae M. CAL 51. M>nk»Utown St. Ma City I. C. M. N«r» Sfriaft 15. Ncrtk Cralrml IS. OclwclB (7, New HaBpIwi 4*. Klncitcd 7*. Bart M. RooUcnl 41, Biecvlll* S». Koekwell-Sw»lc4aU M, Mcurvcj- ThornUn 55. Tlloflk* 53, Lcdyird 57. St. Anigar (I, Green* St. Vcntur* M, Kinawhm 44. Waverly 58, Deearmh 47. Webiter City H, Hmmptai 4X. NORTH IOWA GIELS Alden 61. Dowi 47. Alllson-Brlslow IS, Apll*r**a 35. Boone Valley (6, CerwIlh-WeiUy 55. Dumont 55, New HarUeri 5!. Ledyard 58, Tl tonka 45. LuVerne 63, CAL 50. Meservey-Thornton 51, Xoekwell- •waledale 56. Nora Sprfnci S8, North Central 5S. Kingsted 76. Burt 3». Rockford 86, Rleeville 41. Ventura 46, Kunawha 42. JUNIOR COLLEGE Webster City 105. Ma»n City U. Moberly, Mo., 74. ElUworth (5. AROUND THE STATE Ankeny «7, North Folk 45. AtUntlo 73, Clarlnda 45. Beltendorf 74, Burltafton St. Council Bluttt Jefferton «9, Manning •7. Cedar Rapldi Be(li (3, Cedar Kan- Us LaSalle 48. Cedar Rapids WalhlnrUn «3, Cedar Kapids Jeffenon 53. Cedar Fall! Callege Blfk 47. Grand; Center 27. Carroll 84, Harlan 42. Cherokee 61, Emmetsburf M. Corninr 53, Cretten 50. CentervHle K. Chariton 49. Davenport Central 50, Davenport West 4S. DCS Molnei Lincoln 78, Dei Malnes Tech 6». Des Moines North 13, Saydel 53. Des Moines Roosevelt €1, Dowlinf 48. Denijtm 56, Lake City 54. Early 66, Storm Lake 59. Emmetsburc Catholic 68, Faeahon- tes Catholic 66 (ovt.). Fort Madison 66, Fort Madtion Aquinas 64. Fairffeid 67, Mount Pleasant 53. Grlnnel) 77, Boone 33. Iowa City 67, Dubuque 50. Independence K3, Marlon 7D. ' Jefferson 76, Audubon 64. Keokuk 61, Davenport Assumption (0. LeMars 88, Boyden-Hull 37. Mollne, 111., East 98, Clinton 5». Marsh»]Hown 8.'!, Oskaloosa 41. Maquoketa 70. Vlnton 56. Montlcello 73, Anamosa 63. Nevada 63, Ballard 53. Pocahontas 70, Rolfe 63. Rockwell City 61, Manson 65, Red Oak 71, Shenandoah 63. Sioux City Central 75, Sioux City East AS. Spirit Lake 83, Slbley 53. Sheldon 75, Spencer 69. Sao City 55, Perry 53. . Stoux Center 87, Sioux City Klvcr- •ide 76. Storm Lake 71, Esthervllle 42. West Des Moines Valley 59, Winter let 45. FRIDAY COLLEGE EAST Cornell 79, Columbia 73. - Army 74, DeFauw 54. MIDWEST Kansas State 73, Washington, M. North Dakota 69, State College of Iowa Kl. Northwestern K, Buena Vista 55. Penn 77, Graceland 75 (ori.). St. Norbert'c 85, -St. Ambrose M. Simpson 83, Haralln* 64. Upper Iowa 101, Westmar 88. SOUTHWEST Texas 77, Nebraska 73. FAR WEST Utah RI, San Jose 75. VANDERBILT INVITATIONAL (First Bound) Vandernllt 97, Baylor 78. Oklahoma State 60, Florida State 56 VPI INVITATIONAL (First Round) Alabama 73. Virginia Tech 53. No. Carolina 81, Mississippi Stale SO KENTUCKY INVITATIONAL (First Round) Illinois 104, Dayton 86. Kentucky 102, West Virginia 78. MILWAUKEE CLASSIC (First Round! UCLA 61. Marquette 53. Boston College 86, Wisconsin 85. EVANSVILLE TOURNEY (First Round) Louisiana State 88, Denver 83. Evansville 105, Geo. Washington M. IT WAS LIKE THIS — Center Don Eoss of East Waterloo tries to get) off a shot on this play against Mason City Friday. Making a big jumping effort to block the ball is Skip Gooch of the Mohawks (left), who stands 5-11 compared to 6-9 for Ross. At right is Ben Yates of the Mohawks. Gooch was called for a foul oh the play. Ross made 15 of 20 fieldgoal attempts in the game and finished with 33 points. Jim Lloyd scores 30 Undefeated Pacelli nips Newman Knights 65-61 AUSTIN, Minn. — The Newman Knights battled Austin Pacelli to the wire here Friday night but fell short of -dealing the Shamrocks their first loss of the season. Pacelli won it 65-61 for a 5-0 record. Bonavena wins 8t/i pro f/ght NEW YORK (AP) — Argenti na's Oscar Bonavena is only eight fights deep into his professional boxing career and he's already being compared to Rocky Marciano — and the comparison is made by a man who knows. Charley Goldman, who trained the undefeated former heavyweight champ, now trains Bonavena. "This guy is • bctttr boxer than Rocky was at the same stage of his career," Goldman said Friday night after Bona- vena had scored his eighth straight victory. "But Rocky was a better puncher. "But this kid is only 22 and is learning fast. Rocky was 25 by; the time he had his eighth pro fight." Billy Stephan of Hollywood, Calif., who was the victim of a sixth round technical knockout at the hands of the husky, longhaired Argentine, agreed. Bonavena, an ardent Beatle fan who wears his hair as long as his heros, was a highly convincing victor over Stephan. He knocked Billy down for two count in the third, drew blood from his nose in the same round, opened a cut under his left eye in the fourth and finally won it at 2:14 of the sixth after rocking his opponent with a left and right to the jaw. The Knights trailed throughout the contest, trailing by as much as 10 points in the first half and falling 13 behind early in the third period. Then the visitors caught fire with Tom Ebeling, Dave Johnson and Jerry Jorgensen each hitting a pair of goals and Jim Lloyd firing in nine points to trim the deficit to 51-45 at the end of the third quarter. Newman stayed behind by two and four points practically the entire last quarter, never able to tie the score. Willie Green's five points and 10 by bulge in the last minute" andi!r; ak " Mil ' s ••" hat killed Newman's threat. £°« , ° d Lloyd did a great job for thcl Buffal ° Ccnter Knights off the boards and after a slow start, only two points n the first quarter, came away^ vith 30 to take game ' lonors. Dave Lobb, ligh-scoring center, who was averaging around the 35 Webster City J.C drubs Trojans 105-69 WEBSTER CITY — Webster City J.C. scored an easy 105-69 victory over the Mason City J.C. basketball team here Friday night. It was the worst defeat of the season for the Trojans, who now have a 2-5 record, and also the lowest point output for the losers this season. The victors got a big jump in the game when they shot to a 36-17 lead and by halftime were riding a 22-point lead with the only four points and didn't get i point in the second half. One of the major factors in :he Webster City victory was superior rebounding. The winners now are 4-2 in the Iowa Funior College standings while Mason City has a 1-5 loop record. The Trojans are in action again Satarday night at Em metsburg J.C. score 56-34. The for each club scoring pace MASON CITY—B!) FG FT Coyler 7 Algona Clarion . . Webster City Iowa Falls . Humboldt . . Hampton 0 NORTH IOWA loyd kept the Knights close buti^ elmond 5 he Shamrocks got a fi-nnint Forest City Ross (15 of 20) hits 33 for unbeaten team By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor Unbeaten East Waterloo ran s record to 5-0 for the season nd took over the Big Six Con- erence lead with a 4-0 mark y downing the Mason City Mo awks 59-43 before about 2,200 ans Friday evening at Roose- elt fieldhouse. The loss broke 4-game Mohawk winning treak and left Mason City with 4-2 season's record and 3-1 oop mark. Many of the fans were anxious o see 6-9 all-state center Don >s of East in action. They aw plenty and his credentials till read triple-A. Without him he Trojans might be just an ther ball club. With him, East ould be the best in the state, 'arrying into the second quar- er, he made his first seven icldgoal attempts. When the game was finishec he had hit 15 of 20 fieldgoa ries and he had 33 points to ceep his average at 32 pin- game his season. It's noteworthy that lis buckets were from shooting, lot stuffing the ball back The boxscore MASON CITY— I:. KG FT PK TP Strom early in the game but never led. D « U|M> **« The visitors ran off six consecutive points at the end of the 'irst period for an 18-9 lead. There was no letup in the sec- of the game, particularly in the :hird stanza. With Ben Yates racking up four fieldgoals, Mason City outscored East 18-14 in the quarter to make it a game although the Trojans headed into the last period with an 11- point edge at 47-36. Gaylen Tann, the chief ball handler for East, was badly rushed in the last half and this upset the Trojan offense as Mason City made a number of pass interceptions. In the entire second half, East was able to get off only 22 shots from the field. V»tes S O-l O«rUI :t u.-' Largent 4 IM) Gooch I :!-'2 Harpster X IMl Turner I 1-1 Fotlmuth fl Ivonavilch 0 Kiltlfson I Schultz 0 Proh.skl 0 8-0 0-0 8-11 O-O u-n ll-tt 0-0 TOTALS •••• EAST WATERLOO—.VI FO I Buhr SI. Joh» ,Ross 1.1 Green s Tann i tluppe n Junes (I Young* fl Cose II FT PF TJ II hrough the Ithough he hole on rebounds rolled one of his For the game, East made 26 of 51 fieldgoal attempts for 51 per cent. Mason City had 63 shots and made 22 for 35 per cent. However, the strong East defense blocked or partially deflected the ball on nine Mohawk shots in the game. Steve Harpstcr, who led the Mason Cily scoring with 16 points, mustered just about all Dec. 1», 19*4 Mohawk matmen beat East D.M. DES MOINES — The Mason City Mohawks went out to an early 19-0 lead, then finished up with a 27-16 victory over East •• :w|Des Moines in a Big Six Con- :1 Hjfcrence dual wrestling meet n » IM) IMl TOTALS Score by quarters: Mason Cily Kast Waterloo . . . . '.'6 1-11 9 .VI II) (!) CD (U it in :u; i,-> IK :i:i 17 ,vj here Friday night. The victory gave Cecil Mott's ohawks a 1-1 conference mark nd a 4-1 record for the season, he Scarlets have a 1-4-1 season tark and arc 0-2-1 in the con-! wn misses back over the rim. Mason City had a 6-6 deadlock ond quarter as East outscored he Mohawks 15-10 for an impressive 33-19 halftime margin. But that was the end of the easy going for coach Murray Vier's club. The Mohawks were very aggressive the remainder Conference standings BIG SIX East Waterloo rort Dodge .... Season City West Waterloo Cedar Falls . East D.M. .. W. L. . 4 0 . 1 0 . 3 1 . 1 2 . 1 2 . 0 5 NORTHEAST IOWA Waverly 3 0 Crestwood 2 1 Oelwein 2 1 Charles City 1 2 Decorah 1 2 New Hampton .... 0 3 NORTH CENTRAL Eagle Grove 5 0 Clear Lake 4 . 3 . 3 . 3 . 2 . 1 Pet 1.000 1.000 .750 .333 .333 .000 he offensive punch for the Mo- lawks the last period when he ;ot three of his fieldgoais for .he night. Mason City got only nine points the last quarter but with about three minutes to go n the game trailed by only nine points at 52-43. Mason City got along well reminding in the game with John Ocrtcl a leader in this depart ment. He got all three of his 5oals on follow-in shots. Tann, ihe second leading scorer for East this season, was pinned Lo only four points, primarily Because of good defensive work by Skip Gooch, who also scored 10 points for the losers. The triumph for East was only the third in 10 games over the past five seasons against Mason City. i Wicr thought his club played a good game except for the loss of the ball quite a few times in Orriclils: Johausen and Jasper*. Illini beat Dayton in tournament Boston College nips Badgers CHICAGO (AP)—The holiday basketball whirl is under way and Illinois made the most of its venture while Wisconsin suffered a one-point defeat Friday night. The Illini rolled to a 104-86 triumph over Dayton in the Kentucky Invitational but Wis consin faltered and suffered an 86-85 defeat at the hands of Bos ton College in the Milwaukee Classic. The victory pushed Illinois into a playoff against Kentucky the nation's No. 8 team, Satur day night while Wisconsin inus battle Marquctte in the consola tion of the Milwaukee Classic Illinois unloaded a balanced at 1.000 .667 .667 .333 .333 .000 1.000 .800 .60C .60C ."400 .250 .000 midcourt. Mohawk JGallahan had no about the work of coach Dan complaints his squad. Dayton in which scored in doubt He thought Mason City played a good game against a very strong club. The Mohawks now will be idle until they take on the strong Clear Lake Lions (5-2 record) in a Jan. 2 game at Clear Lake. The Mason Cily sophomores dropped their first game of the season 43-40 in Friday's pre- contest. East Waterloo however, primarily ack against :ive players 'igurcs. Don Freeman led the parad- with 25, Tal Brody had 24 am Skip Thorcn added 23. Dayton' Henry Binkcl scored 35 point but had little help from hi teammates. John Austin's desperation 3 foot basket as the buzzer sounc ed gave Boston College its tr umph over Wisconsin. Austin basket climaxed a trcmendou comeback by Boston Colleg after the eastern team traile 46-37 at halftime. Seven other Big Ten team Was using which was a team, made up 6-point Garner 2 2 1 CORN BOWL Ansgar 6 Britt Osage g reene of juniors. The winners led 27- 1 000 15 - al •6*7,Q CO ,.g C jj oss> younger brother • 50 ° of Don, got 12 points for the halftime hut barely sur- a Mason City comeback. vas held down very well by (Rjcevi)le •, ^ Johnson but finished with 22 to Nora springs 1 4 op Austin's scoring. i Nohh Central •;;;;;„ Newman now stands 4-2 for NORTH STAR he season and will play its' Rock . Swa |edale 4 next game Dec. 20 against Du- Gold-field 4 Ventura ........... 4 buque Wahlert at Mason City. In the sophomore preliminary 'LuVerne 3 Friday night, Newman won a Corwiih Wesley 4 squeaker 47-46, led by Jim Sal-CAL 2 le's 17 points. ;Meservey-Thornron 2 The boxscore: [Boone Valley 2 ,,,., Tp Klemme 1 .-, n Sheffield 0 Johnson Jorgcnscn Uoj-d . . Green Rothamel Hamann . Huber ... NEWMAN—li I IT, FT 1 n-'i •'. l-l :t Hi i TOTALS '.'.-I I.',-.'! PACEM.I—fij FC, FT PF TP.HllTfr^on ,; •;., •1 in i Rockers 2 13 n. Lobb ~ 4 Rail 9,Schaeffrr 1 Lobh (i ' Von Feldt I ALL TYPES AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE WORK W« Rebuild En*"** And Clutch** BERRY MochiiM 111 Meter Parts D*lawar* ster City had the score doubled on Mason City when it stood at 5-8, was the leader as he scored 23 points from his Freeman A SUele Yatei H Soeibe .-.. 5 Helrick 7 guard spot. Six players for the Ray Coyier was the top scor er for the Trojans with 19 points Center Bob Wood, who went into naiftlme score: Webster City 56, M»OfNclals: Radgers and Bennett. auto claim service —largest national claims network. Contact me today I WHY HESITATE? Winfery Weather It Here And Now'« The Time To Hare Your Car Tuned 212 So. D«Uwir« 423-S94S COLD WEATHER DRIVING • Truck • Car • Tractor Radiator Repair ZENOR MOTOR CO. Dial 424-2561 •J j; Kanawha 0 : - :«! STATE LINE .', ;J Armstrong 5 I i Titonki 5 _« _<|Lakota 4 ;i B( iSentral 3 Swea City 3 r.F TP Ringsted 2 Ledyard 1 ' Rake 1 Thompson 1 n Burt 0 .50C .333 .333 .333 .250 1.000 .800 .75C .50C .250 .250 .000 l.OOC .800 .800 .750 .667 .4or winners and Jerry Wettcrling was high for the Mason City sophs with 14. Drake takes on Wichita in Valley opener for each • By The Associated Press The Missouri Valley basketball race warms up Saturday night with top-rated Wichita playing at Drake and unbeaten Bradley at St. Louis against the lOth-ranked Billikens. Wichita had its perfect record .405 spoiled by Michigan at Detroit .400 Monday, 87-85, on a last-second .25o[goal. Drake, 4-2, was upset at .000 Iowa State but holds impressive victories at Colorado and at Michigan State. 1.000 Bradley, 5-0, will he playing .833 away from home for the first .BOCitimc against potent St. Louis, .600 4-1. The Bills have beaten Ohio .600 State, Illinois and Princeton and! .500 will be slightly favored. .25C Just one Valley game has .25C been played so far. Cincinnati .250 beat Louisville in that one, 67.000 57, last Saturday at Cincy. will be in action Saturday wil Providence at Iowa, Utah Stai at Minnesota, Creighton a Northwestern, Wake Forest a Purdue, Indiana at Octroi Michigan State at Butler, an Ohio State at Davidson. Sports calendar SATURDAY — (basketball) Ma son City J.C. at Emmetsbur, (swimming) East Waterloo Mason City, Adams pool, lim 2. TUESDAY — (wrestling) Maso City Mohawks at Charles Cit; reserves at 6:30, varsity at and Brown nosed out Bob Volpe 2-1. Two of Mason City's biggest winners for the season were stopped in the last two matches. Jim Smith lost a 4-1 decision to Doug Heemer in the 180-pound event for his first loss of the year and Tracy was nipped 1-0 by Mike Lloyd in the heavyweight match for only his second defeat. Vance Shipman drew with Mel Valentine at 154, I giving him two draws and three Mike Austin and Dave Alitijwins but still no defeats this artcd it off for the Mohawks,'season, ach getting a pin in their eight of 95 and 103 pounds re- pcctively. It was Austin's third in of the season, giving him a 1 record. For Alilz, it was the rst pin to his credit. Jim Vcr lelst, Paul Austin and Darrel rouette followed up with deci- ions to give Mason City a sweep f the first five matches. Pat Stephens at 138 and eorgc Brown at 1(55 each picked p decisions for their first wins !iis year. Stephens beat East's ctcran Kelly Chamberlain 2-0 N. Dakota tops SCI in loop opener By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The hid of State College of owa to repeat as basketball champion of the North Central Conference ran into the expccl- ;cl roadblock Friday night when he Panthers were stopped by \orth Dakota 69-53 at Cedar Falls. The favored Sioux from Grand Forks won their sixth Iri umph in eight games this sea son in the conference opener for both learns while the lowan fell to a 2-4 season record. Top scorers were North Dakota' Paul Pcdcrson with 22 point and the Panthers' Craig Kncpp with 20. All other games involvin fowa teams Friday night wcr non-conference affairs. Undefeated Upper lo^va rolle to its eighth win at 0!ange Cit with a 101-88 romp over Wesl mar. The Alber.s brothers, Lar ry and Al, scored 41 points fo the Peacocks. In the othc game of a doublchcadcr thcr Northwestern College beat Buc na Vista 82-55. The winner swap opponents in another don blehcacler at LcMars Saturda, night. Simpson defeated Hamline o Minnesota 83-G4 at Indiana! and William Penn edged Grac in Indiana 77-75. St. Ambrose, which has wo only one game this sea son dropped its sixth to St. Nor bcrt, 95-80, at Green Bay, Wis The Mohawk reserves set tha pace for the varsity meet as they too won the first five matches and held a 17-0 lead before going to a 35-8 win. Rich Werstein pinned his East DCS Moines opponent in 35 seconds for a squad record as the fastest pin this season. Linn Cornick and Mark Lemon also had falls for Mason Cily. Winning decisions for the reserves were Joe Coty (95), 4-2; Mike oung (112), 4-0; Kent Strong 120), 4-0; Gary Barsncss (127), -0; Joe Logan (145), 6-0; and teve Calicchia (154), 2-0. The Mohawks will wrestle a arsity and reserve meet Tues- ay at Charles City. Varsity matches: 95—Mike Austin (MC) pinned Tony Wilson, 1:27. 103—Dave Aliti (MC) pinned Stan Hawkins, 5:23. 112—Jim VerHelst (MC) dec. Mike Lyman, 4-1. 120—Paul Austin (MC) dee. Jim Singleton, 6-1. 127—Darrel Grouette (MC) dec. Harry Elder, 4-0. 133—Randy Hamilton (EDM) dec. Derwood Foster, 5-2. 138—Pat Stephens (MC) dec. Kelly Chamberlain, 2-0. 145—Tom Negret (EDM) pinned Dan Alsbury, 2:52. 154—Vance Shipman (MC) drew with Mel Valentine, 1-1. 165—George Brown (MC) dec. Bob Volpe, 2-1. 180—Doug Heemer (EDM) dec. Jim Smith, 4-1. Hwt.—Mike Lloyd (EDM) dec. Dave Tracy, 1-0. Pro cage scores FRIDAY nivSUI.TS Cincinnati III. l.n« Alllrrlc* 1117. Drlr.iit 111. St. I.nul* MIX. Sin Franrlscn 117, Philadelphia 111. Wrestling scores HIGH SCHOOL A Icon A IX, I'orl Omi^r 17. I'larlnn ;ll. Helm ond *>. Crcfttwnort .M», Charles City 17. MM inn Cily !7. Kast I).SI. Ifi. New Hamptnn '-M. Qrlweln H!. O*ftjce reserve* II. Clear l,akr fl. Wesl Waterloo ill, Eagle Grnve «. FIGHT RESULTS By The Atxoclalcd Press NKW YOFIK—Oscnr Knnavcn.i, 203',4, Ari'enUn.i, stopped Hilly .Slcphan, ISO'3, Hollywood. Calif, li. MKLBOimNK. Australia — Domeniro {'liiloria, 12-1. Italy, outpointed I'at Clorualcs, 125. I'liilipplncs, 12. .000 WOODFORD • WHEELER INGS Money For Holiday Needs! 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