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Basketball scores SATURDAY COLLEGE Arta*u BUU ir; t Wmmr M. Arm? U, M««>iH«« it. 58, Hampton 54 AUkima M. N*rih Car*ii*i «. BuUer M, MJeU«u SUU M. £M«» (• ><«F*1» 7J, N. ItalwU St. 47 ClactonaU M, CoUurr 74. Color*** St. M, st B«UT»tmr« II Connecticut 7«, P«r4h*s £7 Crelfhten 82, NortkwoiUm 7«. Dltlduw «7, OU* SUU M. . Du«ueue 89, Seattle 71. D.yUm 71, West VitctaU CI. Duke 164, VlrjtaU »i. £vu*rWe SS, Lmiiiuu Slat* 71. Florida State », B»,l«r M. Ge«r« Within (4«a t», Deivtr 7S. Georcla 7», Geortf* Teeh tt. Holy Cro« M, SI. Kickmel's (Vt.) 1J. Houston 7», Colormd. (1. Illinois SI, Kentucky M. Indiana 108, Detroit 89. Kansas 63, Marylu4 (1 (erl.). Kent State 80, Xavler (Ohle) 7< (•vt.). LaSaUe 78, Penn St. Long I«U«d !)..»!, Baldwlm-WilJaee Louisville 70, DePanl (9. MarqueJte S3, Wlicwiin «. Miami (Fla.) 67, .Florida 51. Minnesota- M, UUh State -ft. New Orleana Loyola 87, St. Mari'i (Calif.) 78. ' New York U. 75, Falrlel ( h-Dickln>on Oreron State tl, Stanford 66. Pittsburgh 65, Bucknell St. Providence 71, Iowa 70. Purdue 86, Wake Forest S3. St. Franci* (N.Y.) 75, Bridgeport 67. St. John's (N.Y.) 78, Notre Dama 7S. Scion Hall 64, Boston U. 83. Southern Methodist 80, Tulane 58. State College of Iowa 87, Western II Unols •)». Tennessee 79, Buffalo 54. Teias Tech 82, 'Nebraska- 78. Toledo »-,', The Citadel 78. Tulsi £0, Me mphls State S3. UCLA 115, Boston College 83. Upper Iowa 6?, Northwestern 57. Utah 99, California 74. Vanderbilt 60, Oklahoma State 5*. Villaiiova 70, Niagara 45. Virginia Tech 104, Mlsss. State 75. . Wagner 74, City College of New York «7. Washington 71, Kansas State 63. Washington St. 67, Texas Western 83 W. Texas State 97, Sul Ron 83. Weslmar 100, Buena Vista 72. Wichita 71, Drake 60. JUNIOR COLLEGE Burlington 77, Ellsworth 59. Grand View S3, Muscatlne 79. Mason City 78, Emmetshurg 76. Waldorf 101, Austin (Minn.) g5. HIGH SCHOOL Algona Garrigan 73, Gllbertvllle Don Bosco 47. Allison-Bristow (girls). Bancroft 77, Armstrong 57. Carroll 65, Carroll Kuemper 59. Cedar Falls 72, Independence 5». Clarion GO, Charles City 51. Des Moincs Roosevelt 63, Cedar Rapids Keels 49. DCS Molnes Lincoln 72, Oskaloosa 61. Des Molnei North 69, Southeast Polk 62. Duluique Wahlert 70, Davenport Ai- lumption 61. , . Fort Dodge 79, Eagle Grove «8. Fort Madison 66, Burlington Noire Dame 57. Keokuk 71. Carthage (HI.) 40. Knoxville 67, Albla 42. Sheffield 66, North Central 59 (girls). Sioux Center 68, Floyd Valley 50. Waterloo East 84, New Hampton «. Dick Butkus top lineman for 1964 By The Associated Press Dick Butkus, the 6-foot-4, 250 pound linebacker from Illinois who won All-America honors for the second straight year, was named the outstanding lineman of the 1964 college football season in the annual Associated Press poll Monday. The lllini star, recently signed by the Chicago Bears of the National Football League, collected 53 votes in the balloting by 125 writers and broadcasters. Steve DeLong, All-America linebacker from Tennessee, was second with 13 votes," followed by Jack Snow, Notre Dame's stellar end, with nine. Butkus made or assisted on 132 tackles in nine Illinois games. On one series of downs against UCLA he made the tackle on the first two downs and intercepted a flat pass on the third. He also played center in key short-yardage situations. Pete Elliott, the Illinois coach, called Butkus "the finest player I ever coached." And the big linebacker was additionally praised by these comments by voters participating in the AP poll: "He is perhaps the greatest linebacker ever" and "he was an outstanding all-around player with a mediocre team." The lllini won six games and lost three. American League final standings EASTERN DIVISION w. i,. T. Pet. pis. O.P. Buffalo ..... 13 2 II .857 400 242 Boston . ... 10 3 1 .763 385 297 New York ..581 .385 278 315 Houston .... 4 10 0 .388 310 355 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. T. Pet. Pts. O.P. 851 .61.5 341 .100 7 7 It ..WO 366 306 5 7 2 .417 303 330 U 11 1 .154 240 438 ATLANTIC CITY N T ' ( API ° ~ 31 de S rees > to be precise ^u T -U i i , ( ' — DUt it- wa< = a r.nmfnrtoMo fin — The Liberty Bowl is here be- :?.,„ cause it got too cold there. „, , , "Here" is this south Jersey ^ a %% , nn ^«1 „ — (. ,, o i fiUllct d<2-O. Si «S C,S, £Z*£F® SST*. door bowl game. • il^*! *? t* 'VI I d t II V| W«5™~ ~v*.'~ r a.u*wu L4.UU (A ^ A U L*|J Philadelphia, where the bowl of P rivat e individuals who unspent its first five years and no matter how hot the action was on the field things were always T cold, cold, cold. San Dieco Kansas City Oakland .. Denver SUNDAY RESULTS Ruffalo 24, Boston 14. Houston 34, Denver 15. Kansas City 24, New York 7. Oakland 21, San Die|o 20. SATURDAY'S GAME San Diego at Buffalo. RECORD SETTER Iowa quarterback Gary Snook set five Big Ten season records this fall. REPAIR and SALES ON ALL MAKES • Auto Heater Motors • Window Lift Motor* • Blower Motor* • 2-Sp*«d Ax!« Motors • Wip«r Motors • Scat Motors • Alternator* PARTS AND SERVICE Floyd & Leonard AUTO ELECTRIC in s*. Buffalo beats Boston 24-14 for AFL San Diego next foe in playoff By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer The hard facts from the statistics sheets and a quick review of recent history would point to a Buffalo victory over'San Diego next Saturday in the Amerl DES MOINES (#^Top-ranked can Football game. But it's those JUBILANT BILLS — Coach Lou Saban frolics with jubilant Buffalo'Ss players in the dressing room after defeating the Boston Patriots 24-14 for the eastern division title in the AFL. Liberty Bowl tilt to remain indoors By HERSCHEL NISSENSON but it was a comfortable .60 ide cavernous Convention Hall as Utah thrashed West Vir- coastal resort, scene of Satur- 'There is— or rather was— P. Bud) Dudley. "And we came out all right financially, too, :hanks to television' and a group derwrote the game for $25,000. Mohawk matmen at Charles City in Tuesday meet J?H Ma -1A n P^ M ° haWk — ™ -*y «»sei cauec S ! I* ^ try \° imp , r °^ ° D the P la y 5n g conditions Santas heir 4-1 mini moot ma^lr Ttmo ,. .. —. _. . . . hope, for many ' years to come," he promised. Dudley had hoped for a crowd of 7,000,-8,000 but only 6,059 showed up. Lack of a local television blackout helped hold down the attendance, along with ihe drain put on the city's publicity fund by the Democratic National Convention in August. Utah. Coach Ray Nagel called :heir 4-1 dual meet mark Tuesday night when they travel to harles City to take on the lomets in a non-league clash. Charles City has a 4-2 dual meet mark and has split in two meets against Big Six Conference teams. The Comets de- eated Cedar Falls 31-11 and ost to East Waterloo 28-15. The Comets had five lettermen to start the s_eason, Seve White, Dave Seck')r, Mike learns, Jerry FarreTl and John Stiles. The team is coached by ene 'Steinkamp. Cecil Mott's Mohawks were >ack to full strength for their ast meet, a 27-16 victory over Sast Des Moines, and should be he same way for the Comets. Last year, the two teams battled to a 19-19 draw. College records for all games BIG TEN tic." The field was regulation size, except for the end zones, which were barely seven yards deep instead of the normal 10. The grassy sod turf couldn't be stretched any further because of a stage at one end and a balcony at the other. The short end zones had no effect on the play. Utah settled the game early, running up a 19-0 halftime lead and coasting in from there. The ledskin line opened huge holes n West Virginia's porous defenses and Utah's own defense, one of the best in the nation, .hrottled the Mountaineers at almost every turn. Burlington J. C. w. Indiana ^ Minnesota 5 Illinois fi Michigan 5 Purdue 4 Ohio State 4 Northwestern 3 Wisconsin % Michigan Stale 2 Iowa •> Pel. I,. I) l.flflO 0 1.00(1 BIG EIGHT .857 .(«.•! .800 .«B7 .COO .ZOO .400 .400 W. r,. x Oklahoma Stale s Missouri 3 Oklahoma 3 Kansas 4 Kansas Stale " 4 Nebraska 3 Colorado 3 Iowa Stale " .'' i BIG SIX CONFERENCE WRESTLING STANDINGS .KM .fiOO .571 -1ST Eisf Waterloo West Waterloo Mason City .. Fort Dodge .. Cedar Falls .. East D.M. .. 2 0 1 0 1 1 Vi Vi 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 2 .333 2V» .167 Don Akrahamien. Dlit. Manarer • Ph. 4M-M74 f! Sunny Clreli It is human life values that cause property to have value. If it were not for life value, there would be no property value. ASSURANCE COMPANY SINCE 1IH "Second T« It was cold in Atlantic City, "Artistically, everything was . .. !• lit -i . . __ "We'll go here next year and. beats Ellsworth BURLINGTON — Ells worth College, whose 7-game victory streak was snapped Friday night against Moberly . (Mo.) Junior College 76-65, was beaten icre Saturday night by Burling- on J. C. 77-59. Sam Williams ed Burlington with 22 points while Al Ford collected 18 for Ellsworth, which has a 7-2 season mark. Waldorf beats Austin 104-85 AUSTIN, Minn.— Waldorf Col- ege raised its record to 5-2 held a 39-34 halftime lead. lere Saturday night with a 10485 victory over Austin J.C. Waldorf was down by 10 points Stauffer hit 19 to lead early in the game but by half- lime led 57-46 and never trailed again. Larry Vernon scored 43 )oints, giving him a team-lead- ng 27.9 average for the season Stan Gudmondson hit for 22, fore the regular baseball season boosting his average to 18.4. cost $3;..6 million, including ac Jerry Ulwelling had 27 to lead cess roads and parking for 30 Austin. High school cage games TUESDAY GAMES Clear Lake at Hampton. Boone at Eafle Grove. Webster City at Hlimboldt. BeLmond at Clarion. LuVerne at Goldfleld. Rockwell-Swaledale at CAL. Sheffield at Meservey-Thornton. Ventura at Corwtth-Wesley. Klemme at Kanawha. Bancroft at Ledyard. Graettinrer at Ringsted. Too many errors, Miller says of Hawkeye defeat IOWA 'CITY (AP) — Iowa which came agonizingly clos to beating undefeated Provic ence Saturday, faces a ta North Dakota team here Mon day that has won six games an lost three this season. The Hawkeyes trailed th Rhode Island team most of th first half, went ahead 67-61 wit six minutes to play, and wer leading 70-67 when the Friar Dexter Westbrook sank two fre throws with 55 seconds remain ing. William Blair added tw more free tosses for the 71-7 victory with 17 seconds left. Iowa Coach Ralph Miller sai. bis team "played well in spol Saturday, but made too man errors—not just in the last min ute, when it was noticeable, bu all through the game. "Providence gave us our firs look at a zone and used two o ;hree other defenses. Adjustin :o such changes is a new phas we have to work on. Most o .he mistakes we've been mak ng can be corrected." Iowa now has won two ost three. League's title pesky, unpredictable intangibles that have a way of turning things around and make it impossible to answer these questions until Saturday afternoon in Buffalo: Will Buffalo's momentum, plus the lift of the Eastern Division - clinching 24-14 decision over Boston Sunday be enough to carry the Bills to their first title in the five-year history of the league? Or will defending champion San Diego be able to shake off the disturbing effect of two straight losses, including a 21-20 upset at the hands of Oakland, and nail down a second straight title? anc Dodgers (7-0) hand first loss to Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE—In a battle of undefeated clubs here Satur day night, Fort Dodge defeated he Eagle Grove Eagles 79-6f Before a turn-away crowd o 1,200. Eagle Grove was 7-0 befon ihe Big Six Conference clul snapped the string and built it own record to 7-0. The Eagle were behind all the way, al though by only three points a several instances. Fort Dodge . For the winners, Bill Littel was high with 20 points. Dav 'agles. th $31 MILLION STADIUM Houston's domed stadium which will be opened just be 000 cars. Rent An Easy To Drive HERTZ Truck You C«n Driv« An It-Foot VAN — K«*p 3 Hour*. Drivo SO Mite*/ Gas and Oil Furnt»h«d * 1 n nn FOR ONLY $13.00 • Low RaHs Include Insurance • Only Protwr Driv«r'» Lic*n*« and Identification Rtqulrtd • Ckan Trocki For Cwry Need, From An Hour to a Ytar. LANE BROS. INC. 4J1 fferth involving Buffalo and San Diego, the other regular-season finals saw Kansas City clip New York 24-7 and Houston beat Denver 34-15. Jack Kemp was the prim* mover for the Bills against the Patriots as a swirling snowstorm and Boston's line contained the rush of Gilchrist arid Wray Carlton. Kemp opened with a 57-yard scoring pass to Elbert Dubenion and sneaked across for the other two himself, after setting them up with passes. Boston's lone chance to get back into the frosty game came in the first period when a Babe Parilli pass to Tony Romeo went 37 yards for a touchdown, but a two-point try for conversion failed. That made it 7-6 Buffalo, and the Bills had a 17-7 halftime margin on a Kemp sneak and Pete Gogolak's 12- yard field goal. "This was the big one for us," Buffalo defensive back George Saimes said. "We're over the hump now and we'll take San Diego. We had this mental block about not beating Boston." Oakland's Clem Daniels sparked the Raider comeback, running for 120 yards in the final quarter against San Diego. He accounted for 57 in the win- cvcmb . iuey scl in nmg drive, capped in the closing O rds in the process. ends to discount the intangible and stick to hard facts. aid after Sunday's unpleasanl minutes on a 12-yard touchdown San Diego Coach Sid Gilman pass from Tom ~FIores to Billy !nds tn Hisrminf fha intar*«;^lrt Oannnn anH TtTilrn Mr»rno*.'c- min ning conversion kick. George Blanda set season rec- victory. Chuck Henningan , , , , ;, "~ , ,-iccuru in me luu-yara ire touchdowns for the Chiefs who event> winning H / 5:123 PVPn/in incut* cooprt^ T.£>X»/-*»-^) «*• T ... *•* 7 TK« T,,I,.> T.T n o 11 i • DUU rtu a»is remains unaeieat 7 The Jets Matt Snell ran for ed in tne 100-yard brcaststrokc evened their season record at 7- 3?i,XSL7^ ^.5' 1'^™ our big guns and took a good ° f 101 ' a reCOrd ' seating. The second time we had them all, but we lost because we gave the game away. "We'll try to contain Cookie rilchrist the best we know how. If we don't, they'll beat us." Buffalo won both regular-season meetings between the two :ontenders, 30-3 and 27-24. Buffalo has a 12-2 record, San Di- 2go 8-5-1. In addition to the key games Dec. 21, 1H4 No. 1 Wichita defeats Drake Bulldogs 71-60 __,. - . , i ~«.w.»i.«mi oi^ui tu CO LIU1111O, Wichita blew an ll-pomt first ncluding 12 straight for the half lead, then caught fire be- Shockers in a four-minute spurt hmd the shooting of Dave Stall- late in the second half which worth and whipped Drake 71-60 ' - . .. . . in a bruising Missouri Valley 49 Wichita lead. Conference basketball opener Saturday night. First win for Mohawk swimmers Two regulars fouled out for both clubs, which last year ;hared the conference crown. Vichita, which has lost only to Michigan, posted its fifth vic- ory of the season. The defeat vas the third for Drake against our victories. Drake fell behind 28-17 with ;even minutes to play in the 'irst half, hut then rode the (hooting and floor play of re- ervc Harold Aldridge to a 32-32 The Bulldogs managed a 41-37 ead for their biggest margin jcfore Stallworth went on ] The Mason City Mohawk _ M ... „„.„.„ „,„,. swimmers won their first dual halftime deadlock meet in the team's two-year history and coach Willis ColviUe got his first dunking in the win ning coach tradition Saturday afternoon at Adams pool. The Mohawks scored a decisive victory over East Waterloo, G3-32. In winning, the Mohawks swept both relays and took first place in six of nine individual events. They set three pool rec- ._ _, Ben Kinsey, Mason City's only Cannon and Mike Mercer's win- double champ, won the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events, setting a pool record for the 50-yarder . P , " 0nS> -' " I" 6 Ullers H^n^fQ.fxie ,,,V,;I,;TW.._ T3-:i_.. time of 2:09.5, while Dave Bailey eight for a season total P 8 " 1 ® in , second for the Mo ' a record. hawks, _also in record time of 2!£1.8. Bob remains undefeat- but the Jets still lost their seventh straight on the road. FIGHT RESULTS RIO DE JANEIRO—Valdcmlro Pinto, Sout)i Africa, outpointed Miguel Angel Botta, Argentina, 15, bantamweights Weekend trimming leaves Big 8 with 26-25 mark By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer No outstanding team has emerged from the pack in the first three weeks of Big Eight basketball, but this likely will change in the conference Holiday Tournament starting Saturday in Kansas City. Kansas State, Kansas and Oklahoma State were supposed to be the three top teams and it's still likely the champion will come from this trio. Most coaches are still in the experimenting stage, trying to determine their best players for the 'itle race. Oklahoma State has the best record so far at 5-3, with K- State and Kansas both 4-3, Missouri and Oklahoma both 3-2, Nebraska 3-3, Colorado 3-4 and Towa State 1-5. At this stage, ;even teams are first division contenders. OSU finished second in the Vanderbilt Invitational, losing iO-58 to ninth-ranked Vandy in .he finals. coooosct Kansas, still a contender de spite the loss of 6-foot-7 Georg* Unseld, was the only Big Eigh winner Saturday in a ruggec five-game schedule, all on the road. The Jayhawks nipped Maryland 63-61 in overtime with Del Lewis getting 20 points, including three goals in the overtime. K-State, a winner over Washington at Seattle Friday, was seaten easily by the same club Saturday, 71-62. Nebraska went on a southwest .rip after it upset Michigan and ost both games by four points, 77-73 at Texas Friday and 82-78 at Texas Tech Saturday. Colorado blew a 25-? lead and ost 70-61 at Houston despite 25 points by Norm Saunders. Despite a rough Saturday night, the Big Eight still has a !6 - 25 edge against outside earns. The week's log showed an 8-7 edge, not bad considering only four games were played on Jig Eight home courts. Only wo games are at home in this week's nine-game card. Dolphin Acquarium PET SHOP Tropical Fish & Supplies Gifts & Cards For All Occasions STORE HOURS: 1 p.m. - 9 p.m. Tuesday Through Sunday 516 So. Wash. — 423-4M1 seeeeeooeceeo! Enjoy TROUBLE-FREE DRIVING This Winter— CALL DEL'S STANDARD Snow Tires, All Sizes Engine Tuneup Expert Wheel Balancing SERVICE CALLS DEL'S Standard Service 956 East State 423-6112 SAH Green Stamps Je won his fourth straight Sat irday. Dick Johnson got the >ther first for Mason City in the LOO-yard butterfly. For East Waterloo, which be_;an swimming competitively ust this season, Don Armstrong icorcd a pair of firsts in the .00-yard backstroke and in the 200-yard individual medley. Saturday's meet was the last action for the Mohawks unli Jan. 9 when they will mec Austin at the Adams pool. The summary: 300 medley relay—Mason City (Kg fert, Adams. Johnson, Grant), 2:1)';.7 2IX) freestyle — W e n s m a n (MO Bailey (MO, McCIendon (EW) 2:0.1.5. BO freestyle—Kinsey (MC), Teas (MC), lluber IEW>, :2,V 201) Individual medley — Armstrong (EW), Bosveld (»tC>, Haley (EW), S-.li.l. Divine—W i I k e (EW). D el, n n r (EW), Larson <!HC), 107.7J points. 100 butterfly—Johnson (MC). Williams <EW), EfU (MC), I.-10.I. 1IMI freestyle—Kinsey (MC). Judls (EW), Blebeshelmer (MC), :87.B. 100 backstroke—A r mslronc (EW), Hanson (EW), Bnsveld (MC). 1:111. 100 freestyle — llalley <MC). MeGee (MC), McCIendon (EW), 100 breaitsroke—Adams (MC). McCauley (MC), Hafciuietn (EW), 1:11.1. 200 freestyle r e 1 a y—Mason Clt (Teas, Swift, Grant, Blebesheimer) l:l.-,.(i. Clarion Cowboys beat Charles City CHARLES ed by Bill CITY — Clarion Eaton's 20 point effort, defeated Charles _„„ 60-51 here Saturday night. Charles City's Monte Millard )ut in 22. The game was to lave been played Nov. 20 but was postponed when five inches of snow fell here. NEED UP TO Stallworth scored 25 points, Pairings for sectionals in boys meets Sectional high school boyj asketball tournaments will be eld Feb. 15, 1? and 18 in classes J and A. The pairings are listed or teams in the North Iowa area nd there also is a note for the pponent in district action and he site to which the winners dvance. Complete district pair- ngs, however, have not been eleased by the Iowa High chool Athletic Association. DISTRICT AREA 5 AT LAKOTA (class B) Burt Ti. Ledyard, Feb. 15, 7:30. Lincoln Central v«. winner, Feb. 17, urned a 43-42 deficit into a 54 iconng spree. WICHITA— 71 Leach Stalin nrlh How man Pete . Smllh Crlss Davis Ffi :t H TOTALS DRAKE— ti( Haniien . . . Bogash . . . Netollcky Watson . . . Wesl ..... Aldrldre , Mayes Thomas . . TOTALS •J 1 2:?-:« KG FT •i I-.-) 1 I-H :; x'-.i 4 ;i-:i 5 0-1 t i--: o 1-1 I! II X I I 71 TP K 1:1 R 8 11 II) :t Pro cage standings KASTERN DIVISION W. L, I'd. Huston '4li 7 .7XX Cincinnati ".H 11 .in,-, rhilitlclphla ..IX Hi .5211 New York X J'i .'ili7 WKSTKUN DIVISION W. I.. Pet. 1.05 Anicclcs 1H VI .;,K1 G.B. n H'/i Ill'A G.H. St. l.ouls in U || 11 Ralllmore Detroit , , San Francisco . II 'l'.\ ,;|^l H'/a SATURDAY RESULTS Cincinnati m. New York ion. Baltimore 11)1. Detroit M. Boston IIS, SI. Louis \m. Philadelphia 110, Los Angeles Jill. I SUNDAY' RESULT Philadelphia 11», San Traiiclsco 11 Junior College cage standings Burlington Ellsworth Waldorf MarihalltoH'n Cresiuit Cenlervllle Webster Clly .... Grand View Fort Dodee Clinlon Kcoliuk Esthervllle . Maiton Cily Emmetitburff Clarlnda Eagle (irnve W. . r> L. Pel 0 l.OIH 1 1 .800 a .7JSO 1 .715 - .11117 2 .116' - .turn ..t(X) .KIR .11)0 .2KB .167 .11111) .IJUIJ Sports calendar TUESDAY — (wrestling) Mason Cily Mohawks at Charles City reserves ;it fi;3(l, varsity at 8 ime 7. AT ARMSTRONG Cylinder YJ. Klnfsted, Feb. 15, Lakota TI. winner at Lakota, Feb. 17. lime 8:30. ' Finals at Armstrong Feb. 18. Winner plays class A sectional win- ler from .\rmitrang In District mrney at Aleona, Feb. 2->. AT ARMSTRONG (class A) Armstrong vs. Tltonka. Fab. IS, Rulhven vs. winner. Feb. 17, 8:30. Kmmrlsburt Catholic vs. Swea City, Feb. 17* 7, Finals Feb. 1R, 7 : :iO. Winner playi class B sectional winner from l.akota in district tourney t Al(ona, Feb. :>•;. DISTRICT AREA 6 AT POCAHONTAS (class B) Ayrshire vs. Mallard, Feb. 15. 1 llavelock-Flover vs. winner, Feb. Gnldfletd vs. Marathon. Feb. IS, 8: H 0. l.uverne vs. winner. Feb. 17, H:30. Finals Feb. 18. 7::10. Winner play* Humboldt In district lourney at Humboldt Feb. 3J. AT ROLFE (class A) Cornllh-U'esley vs. West Bend, Feb. is, -,;:to, lloone Valley v§. winner. Feb. IT, Gllmore Clly vs. Rolfe, Feb. IT, Finals Feb. 18, 7:30. Winner plays Laurens In district tournuy at Rolfe Feb. 'Ji. DISTRICT AREA 9 AT CLEAR LAKE AND THORNTON (class 111 Woden-Crystal Lake vs. SrescrreT. Thnrulon, Feb. is at Clear Lake, 7. Klemme vs. winner at Thornton, Feb. 17, 8:30. Kanawha vs. Ventura, Feb. 15 at Clear Lake, 8:30. Rake vj. winner, Feb. 17 at Thornton, 7. Finals at Clear Lake, Feb. Id. 7. Winner plays Lake Mills In district lourney at llelmond, Feb. Si. AT CLEAR LAKE AND BRITT (class A) Brltt vs. Thompson, Feb. 15 at Brltt. 7::10. CAL vs. winner, Feb. 17 at Clear Lake. 7. Buffalo Center vs. Dows, Feb. IT at Clear Lake. H:30. Finals Feb. 18 al Clear Lake, 8:30. Winner plijs Hampton in district tourney at Clear Lake. Feb. a - >. DISTRICT AREA 10 AT CHARLES CITY (class B) Charles City I.e. vs. Rockwell. S-^!rdale, Feb. 15. 8:31). Dunmnt vs. winner, Feb. 17. 8:30. 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