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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1964
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Split in Cerro Gordo Assignments, pairings made for district boys basketball District boys basketball Assignments, pairings and times have been announced by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Tourney dates will be Feb. 22, 24 and 26 and March 1 and 4. Some of the meets are at split sites (for example, district 9 games will be played at Mason City and Charles City). There are eight teams in, each district meet. The field is composed of the six largest schools in each district which are exempt from sectional tourney action. They will be joined by a class A and class B champion from sectional meets. There are 32 district meets in the state. District winners will advance to 4-team sub-state tournaments with the eight survivors to make up the state tourney field at ] The dates for 1 meets will be Mar 8. The dates for 1 ney are March 18 Of interest to Cerro Gordo area City this season i an eastern si stretching from & Waterloo to Elka corah. Clear La ! Moines the sub-stat fans in th sub-state area n City and De only LES BINGAMAN BOB NUSSBAUMER DON DOLL —Reactions range from surprise to silence. Five assistants fired as Detroit Lions clean house By BILL HALLS DETROIT (AP) — Coach George Wilson survived a Detroit Lions house-cleaning Monday, but his staff of five assistants didn't. William Clay, Ford, the Ford Motor Co. executive who purchased-the Lions for $6 million last January, said at a news conference that Wilson's contract had been extended "for an indefinite period." Ford said -Wilson and General Manager Edwin J. Anderson Expect Tyler to be Houston's new head coach HOUSTON Wl _ The Houston Oilers is expected to name Hugh (Bones) Taylor, 41, their new head coach. Taylor is an Oiler assistant and former pass-receiving star with the Washington Redskins. Taylor has figured prominently in speculation ever since Sammy Baugh announced his resignation last Friday. Baugh said he wanted to spend more time on his ranch in west Texas. jointly agreed to fire assistan Coaches .Aldo Forte, Don Doll Bob Nussbaumer, Les Bing man and Sonny Grandelius. It confirmed earlier report that Nussbaumer, Bingama and Doll had been fired, bu scotched speculation that Wilso also was on the way out. There was speculation tha because Ford no longer ha confidence in the men Wilso had. hired, he no longer ha confidence in Wilson, ' trying to force his head coach 1 resign. "No, I wasn't trying to ge George to quit," said Ford, think he's a good head coac and that's what I want him do. I felt these guys should g and he went along with it. Wilson would not comment o why he agreed to fire his assis ants, including long-time aide Forte, Bingaman and Nus baumer. "The point is that I wan coaching and not conversation, explained Ford. "To sugges that some complaining plave bad anything to do with it is'r diculous. I'm not going to hav the players running my club." Ford added that Wilson woul have a free hand in hiring a ney staff. Cyclones play Marquette in bid for second victory IOWA STATE F—Al Koch (6-3) F—Ron Millik (6-7) C—Dave Fleming (o-5) G—Bob Ziegler (6-3) G—Bob Vander Wilt (6-1) MARQUETTE F—Tom Flynn (4-5) F—Dan Anderson (6-6) C—Paul Carbins (6-6) G—Billy Smith (6-5) G—Bob Wolf (6-2) AMES—Iowa State, with No. 1 under its belt, hopes to score win No. 2 at Marquette's ex pense when the two collide Tuesday night in the Armory. The game will start at 8:45, following a high school game between Ames and Newton at 7 p.m. Iowa State's five losses was Thursday, 82-75. Glen Anderson, while extremely pleased with the play of his Cyclones against the Bulldogs, was thinking only in terms of how tough Marquette must be. "They have three regulars back from last year and only one of them can make this year's team," Anderson pointed out. "Tom Flynn made a lot'of tournament selections iast year first win after over Drake and ranks as one of the bes we'll face this year. Rock alvelli and Joe Mimlitz wer starters last year, too, but can' win first team berths this year That means coach Al McGuir. las come up with some mightj fine talent to replace them. Thi s going to be as tough a gam as we have had this year." Anderson indicated he wouk ikely stay with the Al Koch Son Millik-Dave Fleming-Bob "iegler-Bob Vander Wilt lineup he has used in the past tw> games. This fivesome is aver aging better than 52 points a game. McGuir* has three sopho •nores and two juniors going fo lim this year with Flynn as th eader. Koch moved his game aver age to 18 a contest with his 28 joint burst against Drake. H las scored 108 points. Koch Fleming and Ziegler all hac their best scoring nights of tli year and Vander Wilt equalled his top against Drake. : MEN'S and LADIES'• • MADE TO ME\StRE CLOTHES •- Finest Domestic and Imported MatenaK • E*pertly Hand Tailored • and Guaranteed Fit AT LOWEST PRICES K AT/ < Iraiu-r- <?t T.tilor- 27— 1st St 5 W 4:3 7973 AL & DICK'S 5 So. Penn. Dial 424-3524 ONE-STOP SERVICE Winter's Here! Art You Prepared For Cold Weather Driving Reaction of the fired coaches ranged from surprise to silence "It came as kind of a jolt,' said Grandelius, who learned o his ouster while watching televi sion in his native Muskegon Mich. "I nave the greatest re spect for Mr. Ford, the Lions organization and .Wilson." Doll, who heard a news leak of the firings -while watching a televised footoall game Sunday wryly said: "Merry Christmas "I can't understand . itjl' h< added. : "You'd think they a least would have the courtesy t tell us first." Nussbaumer, a 12-year veter an of the coaching staff, said "I can't think of any reason for it." Eingaman declined commen and Porte was not available. The five men have another year to go on their contracts a salaries in the $12,000 to $15,000 range. Wilson, who has a year to go on a three-year contract calling for a reported $47,000, plans to negotiate a new pact with Ford Wilson became head coach in 1957 when Buddy Parker quit uddenly. The Lions won the National Football League title that year and have finished sec ond in.three other years under Wilson. They" were fourth this year with a 7-5-2 record; Phil Dickens quits Indiana grid post BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) —Indiana University has an- lounced the resignation of Phil Oicfcens, head football coach for the last seven years. Indiana has had several losing iootball seasons despite several promising squads. President Elvis J. Stahr said :he resignation was accepted 'with feelings of regret and genuine personal reluctance." He said that under a new con- ract the university had signed with Dickens in September the :pach will begin new duties ?eb. 1 as general manager of ;he school's off-campus physical facilities. MANY SMITHS Four Smiths played in the In- ernational League last season. They were George and Willie with Syracuse, Nat with Toronto and Dick with Buffalo. exchanging-. In real estate tra4lnf and * HARRY E. FREEMAN ~ Er*.*.,. ** EM* RUU, MMM City, !•. miles from Mason City, will be in an upper north central sub state area with Algona Garri gan the pivotal site for sub-state action. Here's the ment pairings district tourna and first round assignments for sub-states, DISTRICT 5 At Algona Garrigan (upper bracket) Vs. Kmmclsburj, Algona vs. Kmmclsburj, Felj. «J Armstrong class A seclionnj winner vs. Lakota class B sectional winner, Semifinal's Feb. 26, 7. (lower bracket) Algona Garrigan Feb. 24. 8:30, vs. Graetllnger, Bancroft St. John's vs. Sentral, Feb Semifinals Feb. 26, 8:30. Finals March 1, 7:30. Winner plays district 7 winner at Spencer March 6, 7:30. DISTRICT 6 At Humboldt, Rolfe (upper bracket) Twin Rivers va. Pocahontas, Feb. 22, 7, at Bolfe. Humboldt vi. PocahouUs class B sectional winner, Feb, 22, 8:30, at Humboldt. Semifinals Feb. 26, 7:30, at Humboldt. (lower bracket) Clarion vs. Pocahontas Catholic, Feb. 22, 7, at Humboldt. Lauren; vs. Rolf class A sectional winner, Feb. 22, 8:30, at Rolfe. Semifinals Feb. 24, 7:30, at Humboldt. Finals March 1. 7:30, at Humboldt. Winner plays District S winner at Algona Garrigan March 5, 7:30. DISTRICT 8 At Fort Dodge (upper bracket) Burnslde class A sectional winner vs. South Hamilton, Feb. S3, 7. Fort Dodge vs. Stratford class B sectional winner. Feb. 22, 8:30. Semifinals Feb. 26, 7:30. (lower bracket) Eayle Grove vs. Rockwell Cily, Feb. Fort Dodge St. Edmond vs. Webster City, Feb. 24, 8:30. Semifinals March I, 7:30. Winner plays district 27 winner at Fort Dodge March 6, 7:30. DISTRICT 9 At Clear Lake, Belmond (upper bracket) Belmond vs. Forest City, Feb "•', 7:30, at Belmond. Clear Lake class A sectional winner vs. Hampton, Feb. 22, 7:30, at Clear Lake. Semifinals Feb. 26, 7:30, at Belmond. (lower bracket) Clear Lake vs. Garner, Feb. 24, 7:30 at Clear Lake. Clear Lake class B sectional winner vs. Lake Mills, Feb. 24, 7:30, at Bel mond. Semifinals Feb. Lafc 26, 7:30, lat Clei Ftoals March 1, 7:30, at Clear Lake Winner plays district 6 winner Algona Garrlgan, March 5, 7:30. DISTRICT 10 At Mason City, Charles City (upper bracket) Charles City vs. Mason City class A sectional winner, Feb. 22, 7:30, at Charles City. Mason City vs. Rockford, Feb. 22, 7:30, at Mason CHy.. Semifinals Feb. 26, 7:30, at Mason !tly. (lower bracket) Charles City class B sectional winner vs. O s a g e, Feb. 24, 7:30, at Charles City. Mason City Newman vs. St. Anscar, Feb. 24, 7:30, at Mason City. Semifinals March 1, 7:30, at Mason Finals March 4. 7:30. at Mason City Winners plays district 12 winner March 6, 7' p.m., at Wateroio. DISTRICT II At Fayette (upper bracket) Denver class B sectional winner vs. Sumner, Feb. 22, 7. Oelwcln rs. Waverly, Feb. 22, S:3fl Semifinals Feb. 2(i, 7. (lower bracket) Elkader vs. Wapsie Valley class A sectional winner, Feb. 21, 7. Starmont vs. West Union, Feb. 24, Semifinals Feb. 2fi, fl;30. Finals March 4, 7.-:!0. Winner plays District 21 March 6, 8:30, at Waterloo. DISTRICT 12 At Decorah, Postville (upper bracket) Crestwood vs. Monona, Feb. 2'i, 7:30, t Decorah. Decorah class A sectional winner va Riceville, Feb. 22, 7:30, at Postvllle. Semifinals Feb. 26, 7:30, at Post- Hie. (lower bracket) Decorah vs. New Hampton, Feb. 24, ":30, at Decorah. Decorah class B sectional Waukon. Feb. 2-1, 7:30, at Postvllle Semifinals Feb. 28, 7:30, at Decorah Finals March 1, 7:30, at Decorah winner Winner plays March 6, 7 p.m. district 10 at Waterloo. Basketball scores MONDAY COLLEGE EAST Ksvasai 71. St. Jcka's H. FrarUene* 78, Bewltstc Greta K. SOUTH Alabama 80, Richmond 10. Florida 73, N. C»rolin» St. Seattle to, Memphis Stile 77. Georgia Teek SI, Wm. and Mary 73. Auburn 88, Georgia Southern S». MIDWEST Indiana 107, Notre Dime 81 Purdue 7B, Ohio u. is. Iowa 11)6, North Dakota £3. Bradley «, California XU. Cincinnati 99, Denver St. Butler 84. Tulaue 67. Toledo 86. Gontaga 81. Central 6S, Carthage :>». SOUTHWEST Texas Tech XX. Colorado KS. Texas 83, Howard Payne 71. Centenary *4, T.C.U, 7J. FAR WEST Utah State KS. San Jose 73. Utah 87, Santa Clara X3. Kansas State »•;, Cretan 5S. Wyoming 101, Idaho State 61 Freino State 91, Nevada 68. JUNIOR COLLEGE Hutchlnion (Kaas.) 104, Creston 93. NFL playoff on television Sunday starts at 12:30 CLEVELAND — The National Football League championship game between the Baltimore Colts and the Cleveland Browns, Western and Eastern Conference winners, will be broadcast coast to coast on the CBS Television Network Sunday at 12:30 p.m. from Cleveland's Municipal Stadium. Chuck Thompson and Ken Coleman wilt do the play-by- slay commentary. Frank Gifford will be the analyst. The Colts won the Western :itle with a 12-2-0 record; the Browns won in the Eastern Division with a 10-3-1 mark. This will be the first meeting of the two teams this year, and their first ever in t h e NFL championship game. Baltimore, making its third appearance as a title contender, won the championship in 1958 and 1959, defeat- ng the New York Giants both times. The Browns, who have played in seven previous title ames, have won the championship three times. School scoring record Iowa Hawkeyes whip North Dakota 106-65 GEORGE PEEPLES CHRIS PERVALL —Lead way with 22 points each IOWA CITY (AP)—The Iowa Hawkeyes should be looking forward to a merrier Christmas after trampling North Dakota 106 - 65, evening their season mark at 3-3, and setting a school scoring record Monday night. Leading throughout the game, Iowa came near to being pressed only in the first half when North Dakota managed to approach to 21-19. However, the Hawkeyes forged well ahead again and led 52-32 at the half. Only 32 seconds remained to play when Ken Banaszek sank the 106th point that wiped out the previous Iowa game scoring record of 105 points, set against Arizona Dec. 19, 1961. Iowa's Chris Pervall and George Peoples topped the scoring with 22 points each, and teammate Gary Olson had 21. Big W stands 42-15 Indiana's Hoosiers drub Notre Dame for 7-0 mark By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Basketballs don't bounce much back home in Indiana. They're too busy dropping through the hoop. Indiana's unbeaten Hoosiers parlayed the deadly outside shooting of Tom VanArsdale and Al Harden into a 107-81 rout of upstate neighbor Notre Dame at Fort Wayne Monday night. It was the seventh victory for the Big Ten darkhorscs, whose 93.6- points-per-game pace has car ried them into eighth place in The Associated Press national ratings. VanArsdale, one of the Hoosiers 1 6-foot-5 twin-brother tan- dom, potted nine of 12 shots from the floor and took game Prep sports notes Clear Lake's Berge on IHSAA control board scoring honors with 21 points. Harden came off the bench mid- ,vay through the first half and lit six of seven field-goal attempts, turning the contest into a runaway. Indiana shot just under .500 !rom the field and missed only LWO of 27 free throws in handing Jie Irish their third straight setback. Another Hoosicr hotshot, Purdue's Dave Schellhasc, connected on 16 of 26 shots and nine of 11 free flips, pulling the Boilermakers from a 20-point deficit o a 79-73 decision over Ohio U at Lafayette, Intl. Schcllhas ran its season bagged 28 points in the second makci 's in the opinion of t he majority of the writers and broadcasters participating in an Associated Press poll. The return of free substitution Earl 0. Berge, superintendent of schools at Clear Lake, is beginning a 5-year term as the newest member of the Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Berge succeeded Bill Vest of Boxholm, whom he defeated in a recent election. Before taking over the post on the Board Control, Berge served for one year on the association's audit review committee. Berg* has many years of experience as an administrator, coach and teacher. He has been superintendent at Clear Lake ince 1957 and the previous 10 years was superintendent at Seymour, where he also coached iris basketball. His teaching career began in 1938 at Frederika where he was acting principal for two years and super- ntendent for several years, which were interrupted by four years with the War Department during World War II. At Frederika he coached base- Jail and boys and girls basket- 3all. Between Frederika and Seymour, he coached six girls Basketball teams which played ' the state tournament. Berge is a graduate of Bode DISTRICT 21 At Waterloo (upper bracket) ^Cedar Fall* v». Independence, Feb. Dunkerlon class B sectional winner •*. EasJ_Watertoo, Feb. 22, 8:30. Semifinals Feb. 26, 7. (lower bracket) Cedar Falls class A icetlonat winner vs. Waterloo Columbus, Feb. 21, 7. Gllbertvllte vi. West Waterloo, Feb , 8:30. Semlflaals Feb. 26, 8:30. Finzd March I, 7:30. Winner plays district 11 winner March 6, 8:30, at Waterloo. Josephson hits well; Will get shot with Sox CEDAR FALLS — Sun-tanned Duane Josephson, star guard and leading point-getter for the winner vs. state College of Iowa cagers one season ago, was on hand when SCI trimmed Western II- Fn'n'er inois last Saturday, 87-73. Josephson is home'from the winter baseball wars in Florida where he hit .360 for the Chicago White Sox club in the rookie instructional league. He spent last summer with Clinton in the Midwest League. Josephson will report to the parent club when spring training rolls around, getting his (first crack at a spot on the Sports calendar TUESDAY — (wrestling) Mason City Mohawks at Charles City, reserves at 6:30, varsity at 8. expects LuVcrne to be tough. The basketball EARL O. BERGE —5-year term ^forth Iowa appears to be shift- ng to Wright County. All four schools located in this county are on the winning side, three of them by wide margins. Eagle High School and Luther College and earned a master of science degree at Drake University. The Roclcwell-Swaledale Rebels, unscathed in six games this year, are the only unbeatens eft in North Iowa. Greene, Eagle Grove and Armstrong fell out of the undefeated class in heir last games. Coach Randy Arends' Rebels are making a strong comeback ~ last year's 6-13 all-games and 4-7 North Star Conference records. Senior Don Eddy is the club's cader, at least in the scoring department. He's carrying well over a 20-point average for all james and about 23 for four inference games. "Eddy's our shooter and fin- shes as high point man about every game but all the boys are doing well and I like them all," Arends said. The coach praised the work Cole at center and of Watt, who plays out of John Darwin ront and is the playmaker. He also pointed out that Terry Park, a senior, is playing more and better this year than in Arends is high on a pair of 5-2 sophomores who have given .he club a big lift. They are Ken Reimers and Steve Park. One of them is in ev.ery game and the other is in and out Arends; said. It's a Jong; season yet, and Arends is not being overly opti mistic with the undefeated rec ord of his team. "Our opponents will be trying harder than ever to beat us and there are no pushovers on our schedule." Just to name a couple, Arends and Goldfield capital of North Dakota's leading scorer was an Iowa man, Jim Hester, who played high school ball-for Davenport Central. Hester had 16 points Monday. Iowa hit 38 of 77, or almost 50 per cent, from the field and North Dakota sacked 25 of 64 for 39 per cent. The next competition for the Hawkeyes will be in the Los Angeles Classic holiday tourney. Iowa will play Southern California Monday afternoon at 3:30. The high powered field also in- eludes Michigan State, Utah, Minnesota, Washington, UCLA and Arizona. NORTH DAKOTA—65 Nesbltt ... P. Pcdcrson St. fcdersop Basye Jackson .... Faes Parrel I.ince Hester Ilrammell ,, linrpkhard . TOTALS 2 IOWA—106 Pauling- . Itaslian . Rodr/crs . Jones Jessen ... Chapman Pervall .. Perkins Jllddl* ... Banastek Peenles Denoma . Olson TOTALS NORTH DAKOTA fouled out: North Dakota—Bran, mell. Iowa—Jones. Total fouls: North Dakota 33, low* Attendance: 1,01)0. Move to bring more pro rules to college football By The Associated Pres* Almost anything the college football players can do, the professionals can do better. And this applies, too, to the rules- lalf as Purdue mark to 5-1. Big Ten clubs now hold a 4215 winning edge over outside opponents. Providence and Utah extended their winning streaks to seven but Morehead's 89-82 loss to Murray State in the first round of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament at Louisville cu the major college unbeaten lis to 10 teams. Sophomore Dexter Wcstbrook scored 18 points and snared 15 rebounds, leading Providence sast visiting Bowling Green 7865. Utah edged Santa Clara 87-S® at Salt Lake City behind the Ball-hawking and 20-point scor- 'ng of 5-foot-ll Granville Nash. Bradley, nudged from the un>eaten ranks last Saturday night by St. Louis, rebounded against Oklahoma 83-75 at 'eoria, 111. Eddie Jackson and Goldfield each stand -1, Belmond is 6-1 and Clarion s 4-3 for a composite record of 24-5. One of those losses was in an inter-county game, with Belmond losing to Eagle Grove. Last year, Kossuth County was the dominating area, led by such clubs as Lakota (22-1), Algona (23-3), LuVerne (24-1) and Sentral (15-5). Mickey Wright wins $31,920 to lead pros CINCINNATI (AP) _ Mickey Wright collected $31,920 in 1964 o become the the top money winner in the- Ladies Professional Golf Association for the fourth straight year. The Dallas, Tex., golfer won 129,800 in official tournaments and $2,120 in non-sanctioned 'ourneys, Leonard F. Wirtz, ournament director of the wPGA, announced Monday. She won 11 official tournaments. saced the Braves, now 6-1, with 22 points. and of the goal posts to the goal line, the latter to stimulate additional field - goal attempts, placed highest on the list of suggested rule chHnges for the 1965 college campaign. Both regulations are in force in professional football. A total of 106 voters favored the return of unlimited substitutions. Thirty-one called for th« elimination of the five-yard delay of game or intentional offside penalties to make platoon substitutes. Sixty-five voters advocated he adoption of other pro rules >y the colleges, including 43 for lie return of the goal posts to he goal line. ARKANSAS BLANKS The Arkansas football team 'lanked its last five rivals dur- ng the 1964 season. AU KING EDWARD" Amtric*'* L»ry»tt tolling Cigar club's major league roster. (previous seasons. HI.M.MMM....M.I The Following Retail Lumber Companies Will Be Closed ALL DAY . . . Saturday, Dec. 26th J. F. Anderson Cashway Lumber Store Farm & Town Lumber Co. Northern Lumber Co. Wilson Lumber Co. Mason City Lumber Co. PROTECTION FROM HUMID-AIRE FURNAC£HUMIDIHER ADEQUATE MOISTURE CAPACITY WITHOUT CLOGCIHQ OP. LIMIN01 Wh«n th« doctor prescribe:! humidity. r«m«.-Tiber, Humid-Air* adds ih« proptnmountol moisture to Iht ilr in tht «ntlr§ home, automatically, all winter. Doesn't ctog or lime up. Standard model mounts under any lurnic* hot ilr duct. 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