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DK. 23, 1H4 '1 Looking it over with Jim VanHeel MAKING ENDS MEET _ The.Edmonton Eskimos of the western division Canadian Football -League happen to be one of those pro sports teams which has financial troubles . . . Their operation this past season resulted in a $75,000 deficit . .. Part of heavy costs were in "cleanup" to buy coaching and player contracts.. . . To get new blood on the team, the kskies brought in 80 grid candidates by plane for tryouts, no small item. _ Edmonton threw a big shindig of a dinner to raise money, at $100 per plate ... One cynic said, ihere aren't 350 people in Edmonton with $100." ; A l u' ns out there were • • • There were 450 for the 100-bucks-per-plate dinner and the proceeds topped $40,0.00 as a contribution to the football team «.m iJJi at .™ hacked the defi cit in half . . . Another $dO,000 will come from three other clubs in the loop on a .gate equalization plan — a share the wealth deal from receipts. _ MIXED UP — Things are getting a little mixed up in the sports world . .. The Liberty Bowl, a Philadelphia venture, wasn't played in Philadelphia but in Atlantic City .. . And it wasn't played on a regular football field but rather indoors at the convention center . . . The big pro football game'playoffs for all the bananas are still coming up and will be played at Vi? ve ] and and Bu . ffal °' certainly undesirable sites at this late date with the rugged weather off the Great Lakes . . . While all this is going on, Houston is about to complete its huge domed indoor stadium —for major league baseball as the home base of the Houston Astros . . . Anyone for outdoor basketball? Herb Thompson, former Mason City High coach, has piloted his Moline (111.) team through its first four games unbeaten . . . The latest was a 62-61 squeaker over arch-rival Rock Island. Picked up via some students is the solid rumor that the Iowa Hawkeyes will lose one of their basketball starters because of a losing battle with the books. _ Glancing through the freshman football numeral winners at Iowa State, we could find only seven lowans . . . Two of them are former all-staters from Garner, quarterback Tom Busch and end Greg Grau. 42-POINT FOLLOWUP — East Waterloo's Don Koss, who threw in 33 points when the Trojans beat Mason City last Friday, went back to work Saturday night and notched 42 as East whipped New Hampton 84-49 . . . What makes the big guy unusual is his excellent shooting, perhaps as good as has been seen in the state of Iowa for a prep performer . . . Several schools have had high scorers in past history but often they were "gunners," the type that shot whenever they had the ball . . . Ross, in our book, takes only good shots — or at least he makes them look good as the ball falls through- the nets. Golf Digest has a chart of the world's golfing nations with a breakdown on population and the number of golfers, courses and professionals . . . The United States is well in front on all counts . . . But there are some surprises . . . Japan, for example, ranks second to the U.S. in the number of golfers with more than two million playing on only 315 courses . . . There are 7,700 courses in the U.S. . . . A second surprise is that Australia ranks second in the number of covfrses with 1,111 . . . Getting down to the number of professionals (5,200 in the U.S.), the next ranking number of pros is found in Canada with 650. In a number of countries, the sport is restricted to the upper class and there are no public courses ... In South Africa, a different situation prevails . . . Nearly every gold and diamond mine company has its own course. Clear Lake triumphs 83-57 at Hampton HAMPTON — The Clear Lake Lions upped their record to 6-2 by whipping Hampton 83-57 in a North Central Conference game he*re' Tuesday night. The Lions are 5-1, one-half game behind Eagle Grove, in conference play. Hampton, 1-7 for the season, is 0-7 in the North Central Conference. Again it was the big front line of Clear Lake that provided the scoring punch. Tom Anderson had 24 points to lead all scorers. Doug Grabinski was close be- Centra! has hot- first half to win RACINE, Wis. (AP)—Central College of Pella, Iowa, hit 75 per cent of its shots in the first half and coasted to a 98-52 basketball decision over Dominican College of Racine Tuesday night. The lowans, who now have a 5-3 record, were led by Harold Dcbie with 23 points, Dominican now has a 6-4 record. Central Auto Body FRAMI AND ALIGNMENT SERVtCl 12 favwrth l»rt«t S.I. LINEUP W/t/J BEAR hind with 23 and Bill Morisky added 14. Hampton was plagued by fouls throughout the game. Three starters fouled out of the contest. Clear Lake's inability to hit at the charity line, 19 of 38, prevented a larger score. Kenny Hay topped Hampton with 19 points and Gary Nolle had 10 in a losing cause. Clear Lake also won the reserve game by a score of 61-40. CLEAR LAKE— 8S FO T, Anderson n Morisky •} C.rablnskl n Warren .t D. Anderson 2 Simon o WJnkler 1 Cook mm n Sill 1 Peterson ...^,..., 0; FT K-7 ()-.•! S-10 .1-5 n-i PF rr •i 14 1 23 '} ~a TOTALS ...:,.. 3'i HAMPTON—S7 FG Nolle 5 Hay 7 Judy | Butler •• Jnnker 4 Harper 1 Batten n VanWert 1 Saylor n Taylor n TOTALS i( Score by quarters: CLEAR LAKE HAMPTON 11-38 11 K FT 0-1 Tr-X 1-1 n-n n-n n-n o-o 9-17. St in II 21 PF TP 80 M « 57 Prompt Service For Tractor-Automobile Starters & Generators Toepfcr Electric MANUFACTURING CO. 11* S*. D«U. Dial 424-3953 uette 73-64 AMES (AP) — Iowa State, which has tasted vittory twice after a slow ..tart will carry a 2-7 record into the Big Eight's pre-season tournament at Kansas City Saturday night. The Cyclones made Marquette their No. 2 victim 73-64 here Tuesday night by pulling away in the last six minutes. Regular guard Bob Ziegler scored 20 of Iowa State's points, BOB ZIEGLER —Leads way with 2<| some of balanced them in bursts, and scoring carried th Cyclones the rest of the way. Iowa State shot at a 51 pe cent clip but had its trouble with the Warriors. Marquettt rolled to a 26-18 margin before the Cyclones inched up to a 31 30 lead at the half. The Cyclones later saw a 10 point lead vanish when Mar quette tied it 52-52 with six min utes left. Iowa State plays its first Big Eight tournament game at 9:3 p.m. Saturday against Kansas The boxscore: MARQUETTE — 64 Smith Ftynn ..... Carblni Calvelll Wolf Buxton FG 1 B 5 g 4 ................ 1 MlmlUz ............... 3 Leonard- ............... 0 TOTALS ............ V, IOWA STATE— 13 FG Koch .................. 4 Mtllik ................. :( Fleming ............... •> B. Ziegler ............ fl Vander Wilt .......... :i D. ZicjLer ............ 4 Jones '.......-. ........ 1 Wnutiez ............... s FT o-« 4-8 TP is n 13 11 •I 1 0 61 FT TP *••• X l-'J 5 2-'! 2(1 3-1 n !)••• x 0-11 2 B-7 I'J TOTALS 2B 15-21 M MARQUETTE 3ft HI—Cl IOWA" STATE 81 4-;—;;| Fouled oul: Marquelle—Flynn.- lowa State—None. Total touts: Marquette 17, Iowa Stale It. Attendance: .1,000 test.). 22-78 over Comets 5th dual victory for Mason City wrestlers CHARLES CITY — The Maon City Mohawks pulled their dual wrestling meet record to here Friday night when they defeated the Charles City Com- ;ts 22-18 in a rum - conference ilash. The Mohawks were never be lind on t h e Scoreboard after Hike Austin opened with a pin n the 95-pound weight, but the erdict was not decided until Mason City's Dave Tracy scored 1-0 decision in the final match. For .Austin, if was his fourth pin of the season. He also has von and lost a 'decision for a -1 dual meet record. The Mo- .awks' Barrel Grouette pinned lis opponent in the 127 class for he only other fall of the meet, t was Grouette's third pin, oi he season, giving him a 4-1 record. Austin had to come "rom behind for his victory. Ron Tiser held a 5-0 lead over him iarly in the match. With Jim Ver Heist and Paul Austin picking up decisions to go ilong with the two pins, the Mohawks led 16-3 after five matches. But Charles City cored decisions in five of the next six matches to close the deficit to 19-18 at the start of the leavyweight. Vance Shipman decisioned Bill Miller 2-0 at 154 lounds to keep the Comets from acking up six straight verdicts. Tracy's win in the final match ame by the score of 1-0 when ie scored an escape in the sec- nd period, Mason City won the reserve, meet 26-17. Tom Wilder had a in in the 145-cIass and Dennis Withers, a ninth grader at Roo- evelt Junior High, pinned his pponent in the 103 weight. Wining decisions for Mason City vere Mike Young (112), Gary 3arsness (133) and Steve Calic- hia (154), who is undefeated in ive meets. Ailen Hunt has a raw for the winners. The next meet for the Mo- awks will be in Mason City an. 2 against Cedar Falls in 3ig Six Conference competition. The summary: 95—Mike Austin (MC) pinned Ion Fiser, 5:15. ' 103—Mike Reams (CC) d « c. Jave Alitz, 4-0. 112—Jim Ver Heist (MC) dec. AI Milhan, 4-1. 120—Paul Austin (MC) dec. teve White, 2-0. -; 127—barrel. Grouette. (MC) inned Dennis Nlxt, 3:15. 133—Steve Noah {CC) dec. Derwood Foster, 7-4. 138— Darrell Ross (CC) dec. Pat Stephens, 3-0. 145—John Monroe (CC) dec. oe Logan, 4-0. 154—Vance Shipman (MC) ec. Bill Miller, 2-0. 165—Steve Pel* (CC) dec. eorge Brown, 4-1. 180—Jerry Farrell (CC) dec. im Smith 9-3. Hwt—Dave Tracy (MC) dec. teve Exline, 1-0. Wrestling scores Cedar Fall« 23, Ea»l« Grave 15. Mainn Clly 43, Churlei City 18. Oiace M. Austin. Minn.. .1. Iowa F»ll« 3H, Humboldt II. Iowa Falls M, lnw» Tninlnf IS. We»t WxlerliM 42, W»»erly 0. Dubuqne Wahlert 3«, Watering Co- umbui ."j. MIKE AUSTIN —Gets 4th pin UCLA wins 6th in row following opening setback By The Associated Press The UCLA basketball Bruins are off on another winning streak and no one knows where this one will end. Coach Johnny Wooden's boys were unbeaten in 30 games last year in their march to the na- iional collegiate championship. They opened this season with a road defeat to Illinois, but since then have, racked up six straight victories. Their latest was a 84-75 conquest of Southern California at Los Angeles Tuesday night. And just as he did in previous triumphs over Indiana Stale Arizona State, Oklahoma State! Marquette and Boston College headed the attack. Overshadowed by All-America P' m ' telecast O n NBC. ' " Walt Hazzard a year ago, Goodrich has taken the center of the stage with Hazzard's gradua- S anic > tiony His brilliant passing and CBS shooting doomed the Trojans He finished with 28 points, including three straight field joals that broke open the game in the first half. The victory of the •anked Bruins highlighted the >re-holiday national card. Third-ranked M i n n c s ot a whipped Chicago Loyola 89-75, ninth-ranked St. Louis downed Kentucky 80-75 and lOth-rankcd Davidson beat Virginia 88-74 in other games involving teams in .he Associated Press top ten. Pro cage scores TUESDAY RESULT New York m, S»n FrancUco 118. WEDNESDAY GAME Philadelphia at Lnj Anffelei. BLANTON COLLIER —Coach of champs Browns give Collier new 3-year pact CLEVELAND (AP) — Elan :on Collier, the soft-spoken Kerr .ucky gentleman, in his second year as Cleveland Browns' :oach, has been signed to a new hree-year contract, Art Modell, club president, announced Wednesday. The salary was not disclosed. Collier leads the Browns into Municipal Stadium Sunday for he National Football League championship against the Baltimore Colts. 'I am delighted with the masterful job Blanton has done for us since taking over as head coach two years ago," Modell said. "His record of 20 wins, seven, losses and one tie ... in he toughest football league in .he world is better than that of any of his contemporaries in the )ast two seasons." Collier, 58, was signed to a three-year contract early in 1963 when Modell fired Paul Brown as head coach. The Browns' 7-61 record in 1962 was the second vorst in the club's history, including four years (1946-1949) in he old All-American Conference. The new contract will run through 1967. "I am most grateful for Art Modell's confidence in me anc my staff," said Collier. "I sin cerely hope that we can justify lis confidence in us, because he is deserving of the very best. "Frankly, my thoughts have jeen more upon the championship game than upon what was going to happen to me." The Browns finished with a 10-4 record last season under Collier, second in the Eastern Division to the New York fiants. This year they won the division title with a 10-3-1 record. Post-season football slate for this week FRIDAY—North-South College All-Stars at Miami, 2 p.m. tele- Montgomery, Ala., no television SATURDAY - San Diego at 5 ' 3 ; Juffalo in American League itlc game, 1 p.m. telecast on southpaw Gail Goodrich spear- ABC. Texas Tech vs. Georgia in Sun Bowl at El Paso, Tex., 3 SUNDAY—Baltimore at Cleveand in National League title 12:30 p.m. telecast FIGHT RESULTS SACRAMENTO, Calif.—B a b y SASSARI. Sardinia— Andreas 125Vi> Sardinia, outpointed - Scrti, 125, Italy, 12, Bt Ready For Winter! AH Types Of... WINDOW Gloss Repairs BOOMHOWER'S 113 N. Fed. _ 423-2752 OPEN TONIGHT and Monday Through Friday 'TIL 9 P. M. MASON CITY FURNITURE 324 South Federal Dial GA 3-0756 . Vas- out Joey Silanos. Alberto Basketball scores HIGH SCHOOL NORTH IOWA BOYS Alden 70, Apllnflon ,V>. Belraond 57, Clarion 50. Clear Lake 83, Hampton 57. Corwlih-Wesley 69. Ventura 6.1. Eagle Grove HO, Boone 46. Graettlnter 47, Rlncsled 1'i. Kanawha 61. Klemme 31. LuVerne 53, Goldtletd M. Meservejr-Thornton 75, Sheffield 52. Rockwell-Swaledale BK. C.\l. .15. Webster Clly 61, Humboldt 47. NORTH IOWA GIRLS CorwXh-Wesley 70, Ventura 37. LuVerne 53, Goldtletd 41. Alden 68, Aplington 49. Meservey-Thornton 61, Sheffield 46. Rlnisted 61, Graettlnjcr .10. Rockwell-Swaledale M. CAI, 6V (ovt.) AROUND THE STATE Atlantic 75, Shenandoah nl. Beltendorf 57, Rock Island (111.) Al [em an ;>l>. noone A!», Nevada :.7. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 8!l, K>st Mu line Hti (ovt.). Creston 80, Glenwood 41. Des Molnes N. XI, Marjhalllown 77 Knimetsbure SS, Spencer J:<. Fort Dodge St. Edmond 7H, dran 'llle-Snatdlng ,U. Iowa City 78. Clinton 51. Marlon 711, Tlpton 77. Mount Pleasant .M, Waco Olds 50. Spirit Lake 70, Central I,yon IB. West Dei Molnes Valley 5!l, Albla IS. TUESDAY COLLEGE EAST Duquesne H3. Gonzaga (W. Seton Halls 71, Long; Island 61. Falrleieh Dickinson 6», Baltimore U. •t SOUTH Davidson 88. Virginia 71. Vanderbilt 74, Miami (Ohio) fig. Tennessee 65, Florida State 43, Georgia US, Clemson 75. Grambllng 111, SUIIman 71. MIDWEST Minnesota 89, Loyola (III.) 75. St. Louis 80, Kentucky 75. Nebraska O'i, California !<!>. Oklahoma City Xi, Crclghlon 79. Detroit 7,">, Colorado Stale 7:1. Iowa State 7S, Marquelte 61. Michigan State ill, Loyola (La.) 70. Central (18, Dominican twi«.) S3. Simpson U6. Costa Mesa (Calif.) 87. *r SOUTHWEST Missouri 81. Rice 7'!. FAR AVICST TI.C.I..A. 81, Southern California 73. Ilrlgham Young II-', Ohio Slate 71. Stanford 71> Oregon bfi. Augsburg 78, Montana Co. Big Eight cage teams score sweep By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Lightly-regarded Missouri has the best won-lost percentage in Big Eight basketball and the major reason is Ned Monsees, a 6-foot-5, 220 - pound refugee from the intramural ranks who night three-game sweep by Big Eight teams. Nebraska beat 73-64 at Ames. Monsees scored 24, grabbed (j L5 rebounds and speared many j loose balls in Missouri's 62-56 upset of highly-rated SI. Louis Dec. 12 at Columbia. His average now is 17.5, best on the team. Missouri had a 4-2 record leading into its game with SMU at Dallas Wednesday night. It's !ity. The conference has a 32 27 record against outride teams, 21-5 on league home courts. , .. cast on ABC. Blue-Gray game at T b " s ^ a ' K ' Statc > Kansas throughout. Montgomery Ala. no televiio and Okla "o m a State all stand I Branch, were the top scorers in a two-game sweep over California. Hare had 40 points and branch 39 in the two games. Felix captures handball title Russ Felix defeated Willis Paton 21-14 and 21-18 in the finals of the handicap handball tournament held at the Mason City YMCA. HIGH FINANCE — Slugging first baseman Moose Skowron becomes the first player to sign a 1965 Chicago White Sox contract and does it at 14 000 feet of tte Sw Jf? Slfi " m / !°° k S 106 aS 1 5l White S ° X gave a press demonstration of the new club-owned plane. Skowron, 33, was given an undisclosed salary boost according to general manager Ed Short, seated at left. A coaching view Cleveland must depend on ground game to win By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Washington's Bill McPcak, one of the NFL coaches who met both Baltimore and Cleveland in the regular season, :hinks the Browns will run at :he Colts Sunday and make things interesting in the title game. "Cleveland's Jim Brown keeps them in the ball game," said McPeak in Washington. "He really can do the job. I think you have to run at Baltimore, but you need two to do that. Ernie Green is a vastly underrated back. It could be very interesting." However, McPcak also sees >erils for the Browns if they try o pass against the Colts' front Minnesota, Mich. State post wins Ohio State gets 112-71 beating CHICAGO (AP) — Minnesota extended its undefeated siring six basketball games Tuesday night by easily downing Chicago of Loyola, 89-75. In other Big Ten games, Michigan State evened its record at 3-3 in trouncing Loyola —j~j ~7~ iT Ci ---••-" ""« of New Orleans. 94-70 and Ohio suddenly has blossomed into a state took a 112 .7V beating from high scorer with 56 points the Brigham Young. lo .st two games. fa .. , . The action gave Big Ten Monsees pumped in 32 points teams 44 vkt j ies 9 as Missouri clipped Rice 82-71 ] osses j at Houston, leading a Tuesday petition.' "Baltimore likes to turn loose hat front four," said McPeak. 'They turn them loose and often drop the linebackers and play 'one, like Cleveland. It's tough o pass against them except for screen and what we call delay lares." Cleveland beat Washington wice, 27-13 and 34-2-1, during the 44 losses in non-conference com against 16 All five -Minnesota starters scored in double figures al¥ used. Mel Northway and Archie ou r. National Football League sca- ;on. Baltimore thumped the Redskins 45-17 in the final ;ame. "We played Cleveland twice vhcn we were at full strength," said McPeak. "In the first game we outplayed them except for fumbles. In the second game we played our poorest defensive game of the year, Still, Sonny Jurgensen got hot in the second half and passed for something like 240 yards. "Against Baltimore we were minus two regular secondary man — Lonnie Sanders and Jim Steffen. Then we lost Charley Taulor in the third quarter. Until we lost Taylor we were giving them all they could handle. But when they finally broke loose we haven't scon an avalanche like that all year." McPeak said Baltimore red dogs about 20 to 25 times a game compared to Cleveland's more conservative eight or 10 times. Both did a good job of pass blocking. "Jim Brown is in a class by himself," said McPeak. "So is John Unitas. Paul Warfield and Gary Collins have come on to match Baltimore's receivers. It should be a real good bali Agreement, no contract Burns to remain at pleasure of university toDD ed Minnesota, third ranked in this week's AP poll, led at half- '.ime, 40-26. Michigan State had complete control of its game with Loyola of New Orleans as Joe Johnson lagged 21 points followed by aL uauab YYculJebuay IllgllL. 11 S ~°o~~ -* i'^»»**.o vuiiuwuu Jjy the final game before the Big Bil1 Cur tis and Stan Washing- Eight pre - season tournament to . n> cach witn 19 - Loyola's Den- starting Saturday in Kansas nis Richardson had 20. Ohio State never managed a sustained scoring throat against Brigham Young and trailed In Ten Wednesday's night's Big JU-wa ^-^^™£is£ - Rrannh ,,,<,™ !!,„ t™ .„„..„.._ :„ 1VLI41i y is ai i\orinwcstern. Need up to $ 5000? Where you borrow with confidence For fair, understanding service on small or large loans, trust Household—where every year more/ than 2 million people borrow with confidence! 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