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Mohawk Matmen Beat Osage 22-12 Meacham and Oglesby Pin for Winners By RICK MEREDITH Mighty Mason City matsters presented Coach Howard Barker one of the top prizes of his long Mohawk career, a 22-12 triumph over the green-shirted horde from Osage here Tuesday night. It was victory No. 6 for the undefeated hosts and if there was any doubt of their strength previously it was wiped off the ledger, convincingly as the invaders tasted defeat for the first dual in 9 this.season. A howling mob of 1,400, including 1,200 paid, set 2 records. It was the. largest mat. crowd ever for a home Mohawk dual and biggest on record to jam into the high school gym. Seats were filled a half hour before the varsity clash and spectators banked the mat solid. Color, Action It was difficult for veteran observers to recall when, if ever, a prep match with more color and action had come off. Mason City broke through the Osage lair for 2 falls, both over topnotch opponents. And the records of 5 individuals remained untarnished. For the Greenies, only Don Bailey, 155-pounder, stayed in the unbeaten class. Snip Nalan, Ken Meacham, Jack Squires, Bill Oglesby and John Reuber are the local lights. Once again it was Meacham, the dynamic human windmill, who sent caution to the world below. He pinned Keith Angell of Osage in 5:21 and .the action in this one was so fast, and unorthodox on Meacham's part, it was hard to keep up. The Mohawk 123-pound- er hooked up with his previously unscathed foe in the dual of them all. He took a 7-0 lead by blocking Angell's switches, tieing up his arms and reversing in the final period for the fall. At that, Angell, a fast mover himself, had looked good. "Best Ever" Coach Barker wiped the sweat from his brow after this one and commented, "That's the best high school match I've ever seen." Bill Oglesby was the .other golden boy for the Mohawks. He tossed 145-pound LaVerne Olson In 3:39, before any points were scored, though the action had been fast and furious up to that time. Nalan preserved his perfect mark ,by taking out 105-pound Dean Ketelsen 9-4 in another bell- ringer. After a short early lead, the Osager gave way to Nalan's stout figure 4 and the Mohawk had a near fall in the late stages, Squires, the kingpin at 129, met a powerful obstacle in Alvin Laughlin and didn't get control of the bout until midway in the 2nd period. He went on to win 4-2. Reuber came out fast against Heavyweight Keith Olson to get in pinning position but the stout Osager refused to be flipped and the score ended 5-0. Unscored On It was the first time this season Nalan has been scored on. Meacham has blanked all comers. In a recast of last year's 112- pound scrap, Dean Shunkwiler was extended to the last second of an- overtime to nudge Jerry Seeber of the invaders 7-6. The pair rolled into the extra period 5-all. Then the Mohawk dropped behind 6-5 on his 2nd illegal hold of the dual before a reverse pulled him put of the hole. Seeber was working on one of his own when the wild affair ended. Bailey, a classy 155-pounder with speed to burn, swarmed over Mohawk Dale Bartusek 4-0 for the outstanding decision Coach LeRoy Alitz' lads carried back. Bailey never left an opening as he jumped to a lead in the first period and countered every move of the local strong boy. Once beaten Charley Boerjan looked to be a 95-pound satellite as he whipped Eddie Gorham 6-1. Gorham couldn't budge against the Greenie soph. Comiskys Win Both Comiskys of Osage came through. Maurice barely spun by Dean Leaman at 118, 5-4, and Marlow got a surprisingly strong go from Red Wise in the 135-pound scrap. There was no score in the latter until Comisky reversed for a 2-0 count in the last period. It was apparent the Mohawk's North Iowa Basketball CHARLES CITY WINS FROM GOHAWKS 52-50 Charles City — In one of the roughest games on record here, Charles City spilled Waverly 5250 Tuesday night to take undisputed leadership in the Northeast Iowa conference. The Comets emerged from the crucial game with a 7-0 mark and the Gohawks now have 6-1. A total of 59 fouls were called, Waverly losing all its starters by fouls and 4 of the first Comet 5 departing. Paul Kunkel scored the winning bucket in the overtime with 10 seconds remaining. It was knotted 46-46 at the end of regulation tin.-e. The lead see-sawed throughout. Charles City was in control 9-8 at the quarter and 23-22 at the half. The Gohawks edged into a 35-33 advantage after 3 periods. Dale Coonradt and Roland Arns each hit 13 points for the visitors. The Comet 2nds came thi-ough 47-26. LAKE MILLS BULLDOGS DOWN GARNER 56-37 Lake Mill s — The Lake Mills Bulldogs won their first North Iowa conference game of the season here Tuesday night by downing the Garner Cardinals 56-37 here Tuesday. Coach George Nepstad's Bulldogs were in front 2619 at intermission. High scoring MANLY GETS TITLE TIE N NORTH SIX LOOP Manly —The Manly Railroaders jained at least a tie for the North Six conference championship here Tuesday night by downing Kensett 31-26 after leading at the half 15-7. The win was the 8th in loop play in 9 starts. Bob Grefe led the winners with 12 points while Carl Jaspers topped the losers with 8. The Manly girls won the prelim- nary 49-36. Doris Fields made 26 joints for Manly and Dorothy Weineth netted 18 for the losers. Gary Thompson with 18 points led Lake Mills while Leonard Young was tops for Garner with 12. The Lake Mills frosh-soph team won the opener 48-11. &* Globe-Gazette Photos AS MOHAWKS HAWKED — Snip Nalan, he with the teeth gritting above, was scored on for the first time Tuesday night but won 9-4 and here's the main reason why. His entwining figure 4 slowed classy Dean Ketelsen considerably and the jaw clamp seen here prevented him from discussing the situation at the moment. The man with the flying mare below is Alvin Laughlin of Osage. The flight backfired, however, as Mohawk Jack Squires spun out and got a takedown out of it. Mason City won the duel 22-12. St. Louis, Hamline Continue Streaks; DePaul Drubs Irish postwar building project has come a long way. Barker took it on the chin 35-3 from Osage 2 years ago and tied the Green 15-15 last time. Osage showed very good footwork, practically on a par with the Mohawks, but couldn't match the strength and grappling of the winners down on the mat. Coach Harry Helgason's Mason City reserves \copped the prelims 29-18. Larry Helm, Gust Zahar- iades, Bob Wilkinson and Eldon DeVary scored falls; Duane Arnold, Ernest Krieger and Jim Brandau, decisions. For Osage, pins were made by Orlin Jeffries, Merwin Gomisky and August Boerjan. G. Olson took a decision. The meet was broadcast over KGLO-FM, believed to be the first time a prep mat show ever was aired. The results: !)5— Boerjan (O.) dec. Gorham fi-1. 10S — Nalan (M.C.I dec. Keltelsen 9-4. US— Shunkwiler (M.C.) dec. Seeber 7-fi (overtime) . 118 — Maurice Comisky (O.) dec. Leaman 5-4. 113 — Meacham (M. C.) threw Angell in 5:21. 1211— Squires .1-'* (M.C.) dec. A. Laughlln 185 — Marlow Comisky (O.) dec. Wise 2-0. 145 — Oglesby (M.C.) threw LaVerne Olson In 3:89. 1S3 — Bailey (O.) dec. Bartusek 4-0. Hwt.— Reuber (M.C.) dec. Keith Olson 5-0. Referee: M. C. Nelson. BASKETBALL Thursday, Jan. 13,8 P. M. HARLEM ZEPHYRS PROFESSIONAL COLORED TEAM FROM CHICAGO VS. Clear Lake V. F. W. Team 1947 STATE CHAMPIONS Winners of 11 Straight Games Clear Lake High School Tickets on Sale by Members of V. F. W. Team and at Club Rooms. Advance Tickets 50c and 25c; At Door 60c and 35c. By TED MEIER New York, (/P)—St. Louis, Akron and Hamline, 3 of the country's few remaining unbeaten college basketball teams, extended their streaks Tuesday night, but once again it was DePaul that surprised. DePaul, beaten 4 times, followed up its surprise victory last week over the Oklahoma Aggies by trouncing Notre Dame on the Irish's home court at South Bend 59-38. It was the worst defeat Notre Dame has suffered this season. DePaul now has won 5 straight. St. Louis, sparked as usual by All-America "Easy Ed" Macauley, whipped Long Island 58-47 before 18,486, the largest turnout of the season at Madison Square Garden. It was a return to the court where the Billikens fast March won the National Invitation tourney. In the other half of the twin bill, CCNY delighted its coach, Nat Hplman, by trouncing West Vh-ginia 64-50. Holman was honored at a ceremony commemorating his 20 years as a cage mentor. Akron whipped Fenn 83-49 in one half of a Cleveland doubleheader that also saw once-beaten Kentucky, NCAA champs, eke out a 63-61 victory over Bowling Green, of Ohio. The largest turnout ever to see a Cleveland twin bill 13,113, saw the 2 games at the arena. Hamline also won its 10th in a row by licking Macalester 55-40. A crowd of 10,787 in Boston saw Holy Cross nip Chicago Loyola 59-58 on Bob Cousy's basket in the last 9 seconds and Princeton beat Harvard 51-46 in an Ivy league contest. In other games, Kansas Missouri 42-35 in a fray; once - beaten beat Big Seven LaSalle swamped Baltimore Loyola 85-61; Virginia Tech upset Duke 56-46 in the Southern conference; Auburn surprised Georgia Tech in the Southeastern 41-33; and Baylor took the lead in the Southwest conference by beating Southern Methodist 44-37. Bob Grieve, Syracuse university track and cross-country coach, is former sprint king of the Western conference. THE FINEST AUTO BODY AND FENDER Repairing Service by Skilled and Experienced Men at John Gallagher, Inc. 22-24 3rd N. W. Phone 114-1 MARBLE ROCK BOYS DEFEAT FLOYD 49-27 Marble Rock —The Marble Rock boys took a Twin River conference basketball game from Floyd 49-27 here Tuesday night. The winners held only a slim 20-16 margin at halftime. Bob Enabnit led the winners with 18 points and Stewart was high for Floyd with 15. The Floyd girls copped the opener 45-20 as Temple with 22 points and Sigler with 20 led the way for the victors. HUMBOLDT KNOCKS OFF IOWA FALLS 47-30 Iowa Falls —Humboldt stopped Iowa Falls 47-30 here Tuesday night in a North Central loop clash. It was 18-12 in the Wildcat: favor at the half. Center Dick Hellickson scored 15 points for the winners and Dean Sprout paced the Cadets on 11 countei-s. Humboldt 2nds won 44-26. The SHEFFIELD SHELLS ALEXANDER 70-6 Sheffield —Limiting the foe to a fieldgoal in each half, Sheffield boys loped to their 12th victory in 13 starts, 70-6 over Alexander here Tuesday night. Coach Fred Omer used 15 men in the rout with Richard Kottman hitting 27 points anc Duane Brouwer 18. Alexander girls won 41-31 as Vestweber hit 21. Carolyn Gamm made 12 for the hosts. RAKE DEFEATS FROST FOR 9TH TRIUMPH Rake — The strong Rake high basketball team won its 9th victory of the season here Tuesdaj by romping past Frost 43-25 after a 20-12 lead at intermission. Guarc Orvis Hodnefield led the way for Rake with 16 points while Ronald Shure topped Frost with 7. Rake won the 2nd team game 16-11. JOICE HIGH CAGERS BEAT GRAFTON 29-25 Joice —The Joice high boys kep their chances alive in the North Six conference race here Tuesda; by trimming Grafton 29-25. Th winners led 11-3 at the quarter but their margin was graduallj cut. Bob Calgaard netted 20 point for the winners and Schultz wa high for Grafton with 9. Joice won the 2nd team game 23-20. HANLONTOWN BOWS TO FERTILE 53-21 Fertile —An easy 53-21 win ove: Hanlontown boosted Fertile to a 4-3 mark in the North Six confer ence Tuesday night. It was 26-f at the half. Allen Elthon scored 16 Fertile points and Ken Midtgaard 14. Jensen's 8 topped the losers who dropped their 9th without a win in the loop. Hanlontown girls won 36-14 as M. Eckhard hit for 16. FOREST CITY INDIANS WHIP NORTHWOOD 61-24 Forest City—The Forest City Indians trailed Northwood 12-11 at ihe end of the first quarter but :hen cut loose with a powerful offense to bury Northwood 61-24 in a North Iowa conference game here Tuesday night. Northwood went scoreless in the 3rd quarter and counted only one fieldgoal in the last half. Herb Thompson with 19 points and Dean Rye with 17 led the blistering Indian attack. PLYMOUTH PIRATES POST 11TII VICTORY Plymouth —The Plymouth high school Pirates captured their llth win of the season here Friday by spilling Mitchell 43-30. The winners built up their edge in the first period when they took a 16-5 lead Rufus Glassel with 12 points and Bill Reynolds with 10 led the Pirates. The Plymouth airls won the preliminary 30-7 as Shirley Grover led the way with 12 points. MESERVEY GIRLS EDGED BY ROCKWELL Rockwell — Rockwell girls gave the high-powered Meservey lassies a real test before losing 53-50 here Tuesday night. It was 27-all at the halftime. Stellar Elaine Sturges of Rockwell led all scorers with 32 Mavis Faaborg whipped in 22 for the unbeaten visitors. The Rockwell boys maintained 3rd in the Cerro Gordo loop with a 37-34 decision. Darrell Bahnsen countec 16 points for the winners. Meservey standouts were Jake Koenen with 16 and Merlin Ruiter who slapped in 14. ASKETBALL NORTH IOWA Belmond 4<>; Buffalo Center 3?. 'karlrs City A'i; Warerly BO (overtime). Clarion 10; Hamilton 3J). Crtsco 4:1; New Hampton IS. Crystal Lake HO; Hayfield 17. Decoruh 43; Waukon I?. Fertile f.:i; Hanlontown 21. Forest City (il ; Xorthwoo J •;!. Humbuldt 47: Iowa Falls 30. Joice -JU; Grafton 25. Lake Mills 5«; Garner li"). Lallmer Chapln i3. Lyle 71; Rose Creek 23. Marble Rock 4!); Floyd 27. Mclntlre 5(i; Elma I. C. A. 30. Manly :<lj Kcnsett 'id. 1'lymoutli 43; Mitchell 30. Rockwell 37; Mcscrvey 34. Rake Frost 25. Sheffield 10; Alexander 6. St. Ansgar 00; Riceville 17. Swalcdalc 22; Thornton 17. Weostcr City Ul; Eagle Grove SO. AROUND THE STATE Atlantic 20; Corning 21. Boonc 41; Fort Dodge &i. Coucil Bluffs (Iowa Deaf) 45; Treynor 29. Clarinda 41; Bedford 1!). lies Moines (Dowling) 45; Nevada 35. FairfleW ;n; Mount 1'leasant 33. Laurens 41; Emmctsburg 41). Rockwell City -11; Carroll 3U (overtime). Shennndoah 43; lied Oak 43. Sheldon 55; Sibley 40. Tama 19; Grlnnell 4','. Villisca 51; Creston 41). JUNIOR COLLEGE Fort Dodge 5(1; Boone 36. Webster City 5<(; Eagle Grove t'l. Northwestern <>3; Emmetsburg 37. . COLLEGE GAMES St. Louis 58; Long Island 47. Holy Cross 50; Chicago Loyola 58. C. C., N. Y., (14; West Virginia 50. Princeton 51; Harvard 4«. .» LaSalle 85; Baltimore Loyola Ul. DePaul 5'J; Notre Dame 38. Kentucky 03; Bawling Green (Ohio) 61. Nebraska 48; Washington (St. Louis) 45. Upper Iowa 47; Winona (Minn.) 45. Marquctte (il; St. Thomas (Minn.) 52. Kansas 42; Missouri 35. Butler 50; Miami (Ohio) 38. Westmar lit); Bucna Vista 41. Simpson ISO; Central 49. Hamline 55; MacAlester 41). St. Olaf (il; Carleton 47. Augustana <S. Dak.) 05: Dakota Wesleyan 31. Iowa Wesleyan 60; Penn 4(5. Dubuque 57; Illinois Galesburg 38. Butler 50; Miami 38. Baylor 44; Southern Methodist 37. Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, I». Jan. 12, 1949 15 Pro Football Agreement Seen as Club Heads Get Together SWALEDALE IN 22-17 TRIUMPH Thornton—Swaledale boys and girls defeated Thornton here Tuesday night in Cerro Gordo loop games. The boys won 22-17 with Dale Ames racking up 12. The girls game was 30-18 as Dodge hit 18 for the winners. WEBSTER CITY SHOWERS EAGLETS Eagle Grove —Webster City got off to an early lead and dumped Engle Grove 64-30 here Tuesday night for a 5-0 North Central mark and the 9th win in 10 starts for the Lynx. Bill Black paced the assault with 19 points. High for the Eaglets were Alvin Mourlam and Lynn Howell with 6 each. It was 34-16 at the halftime. CRESCO SPARTANS ROMP NEW HAMPTON 43-15 Cresco—The Cresco high school Spartans had a surprisingly easy time against New Hampton here Tuesday night in posting a 43-15 triumph. Cresco led 18-9 at the half. Paul Sir paced the Spartans to victory with 16 points. New Hampton took the sophomore game 26-21. DEC OR AH VIKINGS SWAMP WAIIKON 45-17 Decorah —The Decorah Vikings took an easy non-conference game from Waukon here Tuesday night 45-17. Waukon trailed by only 9-8 after the first period but couldn't stand the pace. Hamlet Peterson and Chuck Carlson each counted 10 points for the winners with Clayton Richer netting 11 for the losers. Decorah won the reserve game 38-21. ST. ANSGAR ROLLS PAST RICEVTLLE 60-17 St. Ansgrar—St. Ansgar romped to an easy Corn Bowl conference victory here Tuesday night by downing Riceville 60-17. Riceville counted only 7 points the 2nd half after trailing 26-10 at-intermission. Andy Houg counted 21 points for the Saints. St. Ansgar won the 2nd team game 45-12. CLARION COWBOYS NIP HAMPTON 40-39 Clarion—The Clarion Cowboys registered a narrow 40-39 victory over Hampton here Tuesday night. The winners were in front 18-15 at the half. Roger Sumners, center, scored 19 points for the winners while Forward Dean Botts made 13 for Hampton. Hampton won the reserve game 29-22. LYLE BEATS ROSE CREEK AS FEDSON HITS 32 Lylc — The Lyle high cagers broke loose with 51 points the 2nd half after a slim 19-13 lead at intermission to drub Rose Creek 71-23. Neil Fedson had another scoring splurge for the winners with 32 points. Lyle won the reserve game 32-13. WEBSTER CITY JAYCEES WIN ANOTHER, 50-42 Eagle Grove — Held to a tie at the intermission, 23-23, Webster City J. C. whipped Eagle Grove 50-42 here Tuesday night. Roger Madsen topped the victors on 14 counters and Bill Stewart lected 13 for Eagle Grove. col- BELMOND WINS OVER BUFFALO CENTER 46-32 Buffalo Center — The Belmond Broncos defeated Buffalo Center 46-32 here Tuesday night in a North Iowa conference basketball game. The winners led 28-16 at the half. Roger Kinsefch had a big night for Belmond with 21 points while Ken Winter topped the Bison with 11. Buffalo Center won the frosh-soph game 20-13. McINTIRE WINS PAIR FROM I. C. A. OF ELMA Mcliitire — The Mclntire cagers took a pair from I. C. A. of Elma here Tuesday. The girls won 44-19 as Bonnie Butterfield counted 29 points for Mclntire. The boys took a 56-50 game. Bernard Biggerstaff made 22 points for Mclntire but Joe McAvoy of Elma took top honors as he caged 35. CRYSTAL LAKE TAKES PAIR FROM HAYFIELD Crystal Lake —The Crystal Lake high school cage teams took 2 games from Hayfield here Tuesday. The boys won 30-17 after a slim 13-11 margin at the half. Korte led the Lakers with 12 points and Formanek %vas tops for Hayfield with 8. The girls won 22-20 as Cottington paced the winners with 9 points and Wqiland scored 11 for the losers. LATIMER ROMPS BY CHAPIN 53-23 Latimer —Both Latimer boys and girls got wins over Chapin here Tuesday night. The boys score was 53-23 as Vale Peter rimmed 17 points. High for Chapin were Melvin Kcmigsberg and Ken Miller with 8 apiece. The Latimer girls took a 37-29 game behind Elna Stratmann's 17 points. Viola Banker made 12 for the losers who trailed 23-13 at the half. St. Joseph's Seeks Basketball Contest Away From Home Father Alvin Heuring, athletic director at St. Joseph's high school, wants to schedule a basketball game for the Johawk cagers any time from Jan. 17 through Jan. 31. The Jphawks are inactive during this time and are interested in playing any strong team in North Iowa away from home. The vacancy in the schedule occurred because St. Joseph's will not compete in the county tournament. White Sox Hold Line at 22 Night Games Chicago, (U.R) — The Chicago White Sox will play 22 night games at home this season, General Manager Frank Lane announced Wednesday. Lane said the Sox did not want to play too many night games for fear the novelty of games under the lights would be lost. "We still feel that baseball belongs principally to the daytime," he said, "though night games afford a greater number of fans who can't leave their business in the daylight hours the opportunity to witness baseball contests." By WILL GRIMSLEY New York, (/P)—Settlement of neighborhood rivalries held the key Wednesday to professional football peace. If they can patch up scattered backyard feuds, the National football league and All-America conference may end their 3-year-old cold cash war when they meet next week in Chicago. The feuding hotspots are New York, Los Angeles and the Washington-Baltimore area. An effort will be made to iron out the New York problem in the next few days. New York Groundwork Dan Topping, president of the | New York Yankees of the AAC, announced Tuesday that a meeting wquld be held with representatives of the other Gotham professional teams. Sitting in on the discussion, Topping said, would be Ted Collins, owner of the Boston Yanks who recently got permission to transfer his franchise; Tim and Jack Mara of the Giants, and Horace Stoneham, head of the base- hall Giants. The Boston Yanks and Giants are members of the rival National league. Stoneham rents the Polo Grounds to the Maras. Topping, answering reports that he planned to pull out of the football venture and rent spacious Yankee stadium to Collins, said he is willing to become a landlord if it brings peace between the rival circuits. The AAC directors meet in Chicago Jan. 18 and the NFL heads get together 2 days later. Slight Disagreement Any settlement probably would call for one circuit composed of 2 sectional races. This plan was almost adopted at the last peace session in Philadelphia before Christmas but the rivals couldn't agree on which teams should be included. The National league is said to favor a one-league setup like this: A western division made xip of Cleveland and San Francisco of the AAC, Chicago Bears, Chicago Cards, Green Bay and Los Angeles of the NFL; an eastern division made up of 'New York Giants, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington, Detroit and Boston Yankees (in Yankee stadium), all NFL clubs. The AAC balked at this, insisting that the Baltimore Colts be included in any new alignment. George Marshall, owner of the Washington Redskins, , is said to have objected to inclusion of Baltimore on the grounds it would infringe on his territorial rights. Ben Lindheimer, owner of the Los Angeles Dons of the AAC, is also anxious to stay in football business and he thinks the California metropolis can support 2 clubs. The other is the NFL's Los Angeles Rams. Cedar Rapids Raiders Beat Anderson Packers Cedar Rapids, (#>)—The Cedar Rapids Raiders defeated Anderson, eastern leaders in the National basketball league, 55-50 at Coe fieldhouse here Tuesday night. Ray Ellefson, formerly with the Oklahoma Aggies, topped the Cedar Rapids scoring with 13 points and used his 6-8 height to control the boards. Frank Gates led Anderson with 10. vrt\en baby ot shoes It doesn't pay to gamble with brake shoes, linings and other parts. And when long miles of bard traffic driving have finally taken their toll, there's no gamble in having your Buick baby's brakes brought back to like-new shape by your Buick dealer. We replace worn shoes and linings with brand-new, factory- engineered Buick brake parts— NOT pick-up replacements. We re-machine and true-up your brake drums, check hydraulic lines and cylinders for leaks and fluid loss. Using Buick-engineered parts makes certain that your Buick is always a Buick—and ail that a Buick ought to be. 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