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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1948
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Mohawks Nip Waverly 26-24 for 7th Straight **• Joe Nips Try for No. 8 Mason Cirv '•^•JJ-J-I-'-^-JL-*..* *.-.•...<.. _ Joe Nips Rudd 44-41 for 10th Win Ma- were hot the first " to a 15-9 lead, trim th( Jim Try for No. 8 Against ISD at Fieldhouse The Mason City high school cage team, a specialty club in taking close games, goes after victory No 8 Wednesday night at Roosevel fieldhouse against Iowa School for the Deaf of Council Bluffs The visiting club has won 5 of « games this season and all 3 de- were close margins and St Joe's continued to ^wayin t ^1>;° a3 ^lead St D Jn* Co U oton " was the star-for break alfd * *? ear ^aded the fast eaK and chipped in with 9 field- on 11 of 12 free throw *;„ , to Press the. winners to final whistle. »;w? 6 Rudd reserves won the preliminary game 36-22. The next Johawks will be game for the Monday night at Roosevelt th? S V n Mason Cit y against the Holy Family Maroons. The boxscore: ......... lattimcr ...... "" * D. Colloton ....... '.'.\'.'.'. 4 J. Colloton ...... . ..... j rr Totals KUBD— 41 E. Stiles ............... KUckner ..... ...... ~t Folkerls ...... .- ..... "[', 5 Newton ....... ."....'J'" 0 Norby ............. ^.^ % Morrison .••.».,... ..... 3 Totals ................ 15 Score by quarters: • T. JOSEPH'S ........ fl ................ 15 FT i K 0 41 1 11 21 a 11 11 44 PF TP 0 5 1 12 IX 0 4 7 41 44 41 ~ throws missed: Welsh 4, latUmer, Cabbell, J. Colloton, Kleckner. NBA Rates Wo/cotf Logical Contender for Louis' Crown Washington, (/P)—The Nationa Boxing Association said Wednesday it thinks Joe Walcott is th logical contender for Joe Louis title. The NBA didn't name any logical contender for Louis' crown But it listed Walcott as the mos likely looking of the lot. Next came Ezzard Charles, the Cincinnati light heavyweight who knocked out Joe Baksi, the pride of Kulpmont, Pa., in the llth round of their fight in Madison Square Garden a couple of weeks ago. Following Savold, and ahead of Woodcock, are such boxers as Billy Conn, Joe Maxim, Jimmy Bivins, Johnny Flynn, Joe Baksi and Rusty Payne. A - +• "— ***U4.^1X1Q bra ham Lincoln of Council Bluffs, one of the powers of south- Starting Lineups j MASON CITY Chuck Murr Leo Chimbidis Delmar Diercks B. Bennett . Bill Postma . , IOWA DEAF • • £ Rod Kay ward •••* Don IrwlH O Murvin Tuttle ••«• .lack Covert O. .Wayne Christian or Korer Taylor 7 between BASKETBALL SCOPES NORTH IOWA Alcona 32; Swea City 31 (overtime). Belmond 28; Ventura 19. Britt 44; Klemme 29. Buffalo Center ttH; Thompson £1. Burt -15; Grant IK. Hanlontown 2!); Thornton 28. Hansell «7; Meservey JO. lAWler S5; Waucoma JO. Little Cedar 40: Elma 31. Marble Rock 26; Flaiiifield 21. Mason City 28; Waverly 24. Nasbua 30; St. Anggar 31. Nora Springs 31: Rook Falls 21. Northwood -IS; Manly 31. Flaiiifield 39; Marble Rock 31. St. Joseph's <U; Rudd 41. AROUND THE STATE EsthervJlle 49; Spencer 48 (overtime). Burlington 50; Washington 31. Sao City 32; Manning 2*. Roland 9; Fernald 2. JUNIOR COLLEGE Grand View 47; Webster City 46. Esthervllle 37; Northwestern HU. Ellsworth 53; Marshalltown 52. COLLEGE GAMES CCNY 53; Oklahoma 51. St. John's (Bkn) 71; Iowa State 47. Colgate 74; Boston U. 52. Boston College 47; Harvard 45. Illinois 71; Cornell 47. Western Michigan 59; Ripon 4*. Purdue 71; Drake .18. St. Louis 74; Rice 47. Southern Methodist l>9; Missouri 49. Nebraska 83; Western Reserve 80. Indiana 51; Washington (St. Louis) 44. Assumption (Ont.) 42; Omaha 37. Stanford 78; Yale 32. Southern Cal 36; Wisconsin 31. Michigan 5»; Santa Clara :17. l/CLA 4S; Northwestern 44. Ohio State 74; California 00. Stanford 78; Yale 62. Tarel Sound 48; Washington 41. Montana State 4!>; North Dakota 41. SHOP • • • • l • • • • WE HAVE A large auto repair shop and employ experienced mechanics So when you want a job that is right We are definitely the folks to see. PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. T»«r Friendly Ford Denier 1st St. S. E. Ph. 922 Nlfht rh«n» 45M-J Officials Lemcke and Wilcox. west Iowa, was forced the limit tf» gain a 53-48 verdict and last Saturday the unbeaten Lenox crew went into an overtime game to triumph 46-42 over ISD. Standout in Tuttle The Mohawks will have to concentrate their attention on the fine pivot player of the visitors, Marvin Tuttle. A 3rd team all- state selection last season, he was recently named by the Council Bluffs Nonpareil in a co-rating as Southwest Iowa's outstanding prep athlete. Besides his proficiency in basketball, Tuttle has captured the class B state football throw title in track and has boosted the shot- put more than 50 feet. He also is a fine fullback in football Tuttle has averaged 18 points a game on the court this season. The ISD club is a veteran club with 5 lettevmen on the squad and it's expected that Mason City will have to be up to par to gain a victory and preserve a good winning streak. Sheffield to Show Stuff The preliminary game will give local fans a chance to see one of tforth Iowa's outstanding B clubs in action, the Sheffield Claydig- gers. Coach Fred Omer's club has rolled over 9 opponents without a setbacjc this season and will plaj the Mason City B team in a game starting at 7 o'clock. Only once this season have the Claydiggers been held to less than 50 points and 6 times Sheffield has passed the 60 mark. At the intermission of.the preliminary game, E. L. Noble, principal of the Iowa School for the Deaf, will give a demonstration of how pupils are taught at the school. Nate Lahn, coach of the Bobcats, will do a special pantomime feature at halftime on "Casey at the Bat." This is an act which has been a favorite for entertainment in the southwest part of the state. City Never Headed Win Gives Mohawks 5-4 Edge in Series By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The Mason City Mohawks kep their undefeated winning string intact Tuesday night at Roosevel fieldhouse by posting victory No 7 m nosing out the Waverly Go- hawks 26-24. The game was strictly defensiv* as both clubs clayed cautious bal all the way. The victory gave Mason City an all time edge over Waverly in their series 5 wins to 4 and served as consolation for the Mohawks for 2 Waverly victories last season. Scoring: Aces Stopped A year ago on the Roosevelt court, Waverly squeaked out a 24-22 triumph and except for changing victors the pattern of play was the same. An expected scoring battle between Bernard Bennett of the Mohawks and Dale Coonradt of the visitors didn't materialize as both were well bottled up by tight defensive play and both finished with just 6 points. Bennett's 6 topped the divided Coring for the Mohawks while Johnny Sullivan, pint-sized guard for Waverly, netted 8 for the losers. Big 9 Cage Clubs Win 5, Drop 2 in Tuesday Contests Chicago, (/p) — TWO Big Nine teams suffered losses on the Pacific coast Tuesday night but Michigan and Ohio State emerged with victories. In a doubleheader at Los Angeles, U. C. L. A. scored its 6th straight win by downing Northwestern 49-44 while Southern California edged out Wisconsin 36-31. At Berkeley, Ohio State defeated California 74-60. Michigan bounced back from a loss to Stanford to whip Santa Clara 53-37 at San Francisco. The win was No. 5 in 6 non-conference contests. Michigan grabbed a 22-16 halftime margin and expanded it to 30-18. The scoring was well divided with Bob Harrison of the defending Big Nine champions leading with 12 points. Ohio State, clicking behind Dick Schnittker and Bob Donham with 23 points apiece, rolled up a 13-0 starting margin over California for an easy victory. It was the 3rd win for the Buckeyes against one defeat. Northwestern lost its 3rd decision in 4 starts to the Uclans despite the 17-point output of Ray Ragelis for scoring honors. U. C. L. A. was ahead 29-20 at halftime. In the Wisconsin-Southern California defensive engagement, Don Rehfeldt tossed in 15 points to score nearly half of the Badgers' 31 total. In other games Tuesday night, Illinois ran up a 6-1 record by ourying Cornell university 71-47 as Dike Eddleman flicked in 20 markers; undefeated Indiana added its 6th victory with a 51-44 ount over Washington of St. Louis, and unbeaten Purdue made t 5 wins in a row wtih a 71-58 romp over Drake at DCS Moines. Purdue is at Drake again Wednesday night while Texas Chris- :ian invades Iowa and St. Mary's 's entertained by unbeaten Min- Mason City was never headed in the game although Waverly offered a stiff threat in the final period when the Gohawks pulled within one point at 22-21 Off to 5-0 Lead The first 2 shots taken by the Mohawks, long pokes by Bill Post- rna and Bennett, both split the nets and Delmar Diercks put in a free toss for a 5-0 lead. Dick Row- ray broke the ice for Waverly with a fielder and Sullivan scored on a fast break to cut the count to 5-4 but the Mohawks then went to work and led 11-5 at the quarter. The 2nd period was almost a freak. Coonradt opened with a fieldgoal and more than 5 minutes then elapsed before a point was made. Bennett broke the slump with a long shot and Roger Moon counted a follow-in for a 15-7 Mohawk lead, the widest in the game. Coonradt's free throw trimmed the score to 15-8 at the half. When Roland Arns scored pivot shot in the 3rd period, the margin for Mason City was cut to 17-15. But the Mohawks came back with 5 points and led 22-16 going into the last stanza. Sullivan Leads Rally Sullivan staged a one-man spree to get Waverly back in the game. His 2 fielders and a gift shot cut the score to 22-21 but Bill Postma scored on a drive-in to give the Mohawks a 3-point lead. Coonradt made a free shot just before the automatic timeout. Big Red Johnson scored on a follow-in for a 4-point Mohawk advantage but Coonradt counted with a fielder for Waverly with about 15 seconds to go and Mason City was in possession of the ball as the game ended. Turning in good defensive games for Mason City were Leo Chimbidis and Postma whiJ*. Johnson dm some rugged rebounding. Arns turned in a fine rebo^jfiding game for Waverly as well as doing some great defensive work. Sullivan and Rowi-ay played good floor games for the losers. A feature of the game was that neither team took a time out and the game was finished by 9:25 The Waverly Sophs took the preliminary game 25-15. The box-scores: MASON CITY—2<! FG Chimbidis ;> "Hurr '_H S >lorcks '.,'.'. 0 lennett 3 'ostma. ., '. ;> fnhnson ,.." •> the ffrst quartet' of' the MkScSi rVw * m ! ddle - so ™where. TK* action happened front 11-7? Kg Red JoLson (on finn^T" / ^ am f,Tuesday night with the Mohawks At.- „__, ,. 6 ttu ^opnson {on iioor) looks as thnneHh VIP ima n^n^ „ i,~i~ „„,.. the goal line, or n — V -~ O .i_ v .»*u«j. u AI 4. WA 1. 14 V» J\.£> JLli looks as though he has opened a hole across Arns of the Gohawks. Mason City won 26- ^mia-M-o^ ' -Jji • -K- f vpc4ieu rt 11UI« HCrOSS . {squatted in middle is Dick Rowray (33) of Waverly who umhidia nf theMohawks. Standing at right is Forward RoK •24. FT I n i o 0 0 0 FF TP •t .-v 2 4 (> 7 Totals ] 2 iVAVERLY—24 FG Coonradt 3 Arns 2 lorrton [ J> ullivan ;i Rowray 2 Totals ~jj Score by quarters: ifASON CITY 11 VAVERtY 5 FT 0 »G PF TP If! Tulane Ready to Sid for Big Time n College Football New Orleans, (/P) — Tulane's Green Wave has embarked upon a 2-year pain to win top nationa football rating the hard way—by beating Notre Dame. The plan was revealed Tuesday night in a routine announcement of the 1949 and 1950 schedules which include a home-and home series with the Fighting Irish Navy, Virginia and 6 southeastern conference opponents also are on each card. And on both schedules, for the Saturday preceding the Notre Dame contest, are 2 highly significant words—"open date." That means Coach Henry Frnka will have 2 weeks each time to point a victory over the Irish. And what's more, he should have one of the country's strongest team to point with. The next 2 years are expected to see the culmination of a rebuilding process which Frnka started when he took over Tulane's war-wrecked grid machine 3 years ago. He whipped up a better team than most people expected for the past season, winning all games except for an early-season 13-7 loss to Georgia Tech. BOWLING Free throws missed: Murr 2, Johnson 2, coast invaders wind up nesota. Three heir trips Thursday with Ohio State again meeting California, Northwestern taking on U. S. C., and Wisconsin facing U. C. L. A. GET THE SCORE! For All Sports Event* Call 1161 TIPTOP TAVERN 516 South Federal Gordon. Rowray. Officials: Gnrmley and Page. VAVERLY SOPHS—25 FG X Ward a aschen 3 tcinbronn i Delnema o Wclfrman •> Curtis |) J. Ward ','.'. o Pflock o Lynch <> FT 1 1 n it n n o o PF TP 0 !> » 7 Totalii , . M. C. SOPHS— IS Claybnrg FG Stewart ...... ' ......... j Buechle ................ ( Price Van Rye Braby Berger Total* ................ 6 Score by quarters: WAVERLY SOPHS ..... 8 MASON CITY SOPHS . 4 FT n o 7 0 0 J 0 1 11 9 n 2,5 PF TP n o 3 11 15 18 25 13 15 OSAGE MATMEN COP 6TH STRAIGHT 31-6 Osage—The heavy artillery of the Osage mat team conquered Cedar Falls 31-6 here Tuesday night to keep the Green undefeated in 6 duals. Osage counted 5 decisions and 2 falls in brushing up for its Wednesday night test here against West Waterloo. In the closest bout Keith Olson edged the Tigers' Morgenson 4-3 in a 165-pound overtime. Results: 9f—Boerjan (O) dec. Boysen 5-0. 10,'S—Ketelsen (0) dec. Smith 7-0. 312— Seeber (O) dee. Frohn fi-4. 118—Klepfer (CF> dee. Maurice Comisky in-4. 123—Angell (O) threw Rose in 4:29. 12!)—Laaghtln (O) dec. Johnson fl-2. 13S—Kobzrt (CF) dec. Cameron 4-X 145—L. Olien (O) dec. We*«el!x 4-0. 15S—Bailey (O) threw Burington in 3:75. 185—K. Olson (O) dec. Morgennon 4-3 overtime. Hwi.—Marlow Cominky (O) «le». Horns 8-2. CITY LEAGUE STANDINGS W. Groh Spray Paint an KICM in Co-Mo Photo is The Hub 17 Rcab D-X 17 Davcy-Moen ifi Tip-Top ]5 Johnston's Flowers 14 Nichols Farm Equipment 33 Argos Bros ]•> Vorth western Cement 12 Barta Transfer 11 Decker Brothers ]l " F- W 8 Elks 7 Kozy Korner 6 CITY BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS Won 1st 2nd Sri! H.C. Tot. Argos Bros. .. 2 758 8ISO 81fi 417 2821 Kozy Korner 1 7!) I 700 724 420 L. Espinosa 204, 534. Decker Bros. . 1 701. .%2 75i> SfiS KICM 2 000 844 84:1 204 Bob Ikenbcrry 211: Fred Wall 5(>4. Davcy & Mocn 2 8{i5 85i) 91)1 a IB The Hub 1 747 780 897 :t3» Stan Fremgord 213; W. Bender 5(H Tip Top 3 7(iS 010 858 450 Co-IHo Photo . 0 81« 874 78» .234 Jackson White 220, 5fi4. V. F. W 2 K49 821 7.W Nichols Farm. 1 944 830 738 Bob Salier 232, 584. Groh Ttf 2 81S >«2 849 N. W. Cement. I 813 858 836 Leonard 21)0, 568. Elks 2 fiG7 8ir> 754 Barta Transf. . 1 789 808 742 McDonald 215, 53G. Johnston's FI.. 1 844 8ofi 000 Reab D-X .. 2 825 810 80« B. French 225, 580. 438 336 42!) 396 201 417 2725 287S 2791 2844 2757 2932 2713 284-1 2848 2830 2819 26155 2735 2801 2874 EAST WATERLOO DRUBBED BY CRESCO MATMEN 24-8 Cresco—Losers only to Osage this season, Cresco wrestlers stormed over East Waterloo 24-8 here Tuesday night for their 7th dual win of the year. The defending state champs gained 8 decisions while losing one in the 135 pound class and dropping a fall in the heavyweight division. Winners for Cresco were: Dale DeSart, Wayne Sovereign, Don Ratz, Kenneth Shea, Ray Rucker, Ray Steiger, Bob Thdrnson, and Roger Mohs. West Sterner got East's 135-pound win and Lynn Chesmore took out Joe Vokaty in the final match, the only fall of the dual. A nrn mi • i- , •, -, Globe-Gazette Photo ACT—This action took place under Waverly's offensive basket with about 53 seconds of play remaining in the game (note dock). Five players have a hand in grabbing a loose ball. No. 13 is Leo Chimbidis of the Mohawks, No.'25 is Dale Coonradt of Waverly and No 25 is Bob Gordon of Waverly. Between Coonradt and Gordon is Red Johnson; player behind Chimbidis is unidentified. Schedule Prep Bowling: Decorah —The Decorah Public Opinion, with the co-operation of the Junior bowling league, Decorah high school and the Oneota bowling center, will sponsor an annual bowling event for high school students. The first tournament will be held Dec. 30 with events in singles for both boys and girls, mixed doubles and teams. Awards will be made for high single and team scores. Drake, Iowa State 3oth Take Beatings By the Associated Press Both Iowa State and Drake fell Tuesday night before high-geared basketball combinations from the east. At Des Moines, Drake bowed to a fast-breaking Purdue team 7158. Iowa State absorbed a 71-47 seating by St. Johns university of Brooklyn at Madison Square Garden in New York. Purdue's fast break was simply too fast for the Bulldogs, and the Boilermakers' deadeye accuracy in the first half left Drake with a 12-point deficit. The Boilermakers hit 19 of 37 attempts at fieldgoals in the first, half. Guard Howard Williams, Purdue's highest scorer, again led his team with 19 points. Herb Rothbart and Jack Rosser were high for Drake with 10 apiece. The Cyclones trailed St. John's from the opening whistle, but managed to stay in the running with flawless free throw shooting They dumped in 10 gratis tosses out of 10 in the first half. PREP CAGE CARD (THURSDAY GAMES) East Waterloo at McKinley C. R. West Waterloo at Franklin C. R. Decorah at Cedar Falls. Elma at Mclntire. St. Cecelia's Algona at Bancroft (Sunday). THE FINEST AUTO BODY AND FENDER Repairing Service by Skilled and Experienced Men at John Gallagher, Inc. 22-24 3rd N. W. Phone 1144 ORDER YOUR CLOTHES NOW! Delivery Any Later Dare We Tailor to Your Measure in the Cloth and Style You Pick Come In — Let Us Show You the MADE IN u.s. A. New Woolenj Just Reccired. ARGOS BROS. First Door East Park Inn Hotel — Phone 596 M*««n City GUb*-O»e<lc, Mnen City, Is. D M> 22, 11 North Iowa Basketball PLYMOUTH STAYS UNBEATEN; POSTS NO. 9 Rockwell—The undefeated Plymouth Pirates posted their 9th straight without defeat and 6th in the Cerro Gordo conferenc by besting Rockwell 25-18 her Tuesday night. The Pirates wer. off to a 14-4 halftime. Wendel Stevens topped Plymouth with ' points in the defensive battle and Richard Gossweiler collected 6 fo Rockwell. Rockwell girls took a 30-13 game behind Marcella Pet ersen's 13 points. Shirley Grovei pegged 10 for Plymouth. ALGONA NEEDS OVERTIME TO DEFEAT SWEA CITY Swea City—The undefeated Algona Bulldogs were forced into an overtime period by the Swea City Trojans before gaining a 3231 triumph here Tuesday. Algona led at the end of each of the firs 3 quarters of the game. Jerr> Lauritzen, Bulldog center, dropped in 19 points and Allen Montgomery netted 12 for the losers. The Algona 2nd team won the preliminary 26-22. NASHUA TAKES CORN BOWI/ PINNACLE 50-31 St. Ansgar—With 6-foot-3 Don Kehe getting the range for 2: points, Nashua sent St. Ansgar from the Corn Bowl loop lead 5031 here Tuesday night. The Brownies have a 2-0 conference mark and Manly 1-0 while the Saints record is now 3-1. Nashua built up a 32-14 margin in the first 2 periods. Andy Houg bagged 11 points for the losers. St Ansgar 2nds won 40-32. NORA SPRINGS BAGS FIRST TRIUMPH 31-21 Nora Springs—The Nora Springs Orioles came through with their first win in 7 tries here Tuesday night by stopping Rock Falls 3121. The losers have yet to win. The Orioles sported an 18-7 halftime and got 14-point scoring from Harlan Lucas. Roland S a 1 i e r turned in a good floor game. High for Rock Falls was Jack Craw with 12. The Rock Falls girls won 40-25 with Marjorie Wyborney sinking 1 R^ points: Marilyn O'Rourke gm 10 for the hosts who trailed 17-12 at the intermission. HANLONTOWN CAPTURES PAIR FROM THORNTON Hanlontown — The Hanlontown boys won their first basketbai: game of the season by defeating Thornton 29-28 here Tuesday night. The winners had to erase an 18-11 Thornton advantage at halftime. Jennings with 8 points led the victors while Winther topped the losers with 12. The Hanlontown girls won 77-35 as Muriel Peterson pumped home 40 points BtJRT BOYS, GIRLS WIN FROM GRANT - Burt — The Burt high school cagers took 2 games from Grant here Tuesday. The boys won 4516 after leading at the half 21-7 The girls took a 40-33 game LaVonne Bleich with 21 points and Charlotte Dremmel with 15 point paced the Burt team. LITTLE CEDAR POSTS 7TH WIN IN 8 TRIES Little Cedar—Elma bowed to Little Cedar 46-31 here Tuesday night to become the 7th victim in 8 games of the home team. It was 20-10 in favor of Little Cedar at the half. Earl Warrington's 17 points and Carroll Johnson's 31 led the victors. Eugene Meyer tossed in 10 for Elma. The Elma girls, with Mary Kirnhner hitting 23, claimed a 51-29 decision. Jeanette Webber netted 15 for Little Cedar. LAWLER RACES PAST WAUCOMA BY 35-16 Waucoma—The Lawler basketball team sped past Waucoma 3516 here Tuesday night. Costigan hit 10 points for the winners. Dick Kruse looked best for Waucoma. The Waucoma girls won 34-22 with Janet Gabriel hittins 14 points. Schmitt had 9 for the' losers. BISON IN 38-21 WIN OVER THOMPSON Buffalo Center — With Kent Winter scoring 13 points, Buffalo Center showered Thompson 38-21 here Tuesday night. The Bison led at the half 16-6. Bravick counted 11 for the losers. The host 2nds won 12-2. NORTHWOOD KNOCKS MANLY FROM UNDEFEATED RANKS Northwood — The Manly Railroaders suffered their first defeat in 8 starts' this season as the Northwood Vikings posted a 42-31 triumph here Tuesday night. The Vikings were in front 25-10 by halftime. Hubert Hinds, center, and Alvin Anderson, forward, counted 17 and 11 points to lead Northwood. Bob Grefe and Dave Ford made 11 and 10 for the losers. Northwood won the reserve contest 23-14. BRITT EAGLES WIN OVER KLEMME 44-29 Britt — The Britt high school Eagles scored their 6th victory in 7 starts this season by downing Klemme 44-29 Tuesday night. Britt was slow in starting and didn't score a point the first quarter as Klemme led 6-0. But the Eagles took over by half time 16-10 and never again lost the lead. Jim Harvey with 15 points and Jack Thies with 14 paced the winners while Marvin Schmidt counted 10 for the losers and Merlin Brinkman turned in a good floor game. BELMOND SPURTS TO WHIP VENTURA 28-19 Belmond—In a game tied 12-12 at the half, Belmond stopped Ventura 28-19 here Tuesday night for the Broncos 6th success in 7 tries. The Vikings, co-leaders in the Cerro Gordo loop, have a 6-2 mark for the season. Roger Kinseth slipped in 15 Belmond points and Mike Kinsella's 6 was best for the losers. Belmond sophs won 2213. KENSETT DEFEATS FERTILE 36-22 Kensett—In a North Six conference game here Tuesday night, Kensett stopped Fertile 36-22 to gain undisputed 2nd place with a 3-1 mark. Fertile is now in a tie for 3rd with Joice at 3-2. Kensett had a 16-7 lead at the half.'Carl Jaspers pumped in 17 points for the winners. Kensett girls also won 28-19 with Dorothy Weineth's 9 points tops. PLAINFIELD PULLS AWAY FROM MARBLE ROCK TEAM Marble Rock—After an 18-alI halftime, Plainfield drove to a 3831 win over Marble Rock here Tuesday night. Bill Weinberg sparked his team with 14 points. Best for Marble Rock were Don O'Hara and Wayne Lines who had 8 apiece. Marble Rock girls scored a 26-21 verdict. Wilma Parker of the winners and Plainfield's Johnson shared scoring honors with 14. ORCHARD SPURTS TO FLOOR RICEVILLE 51-30 Orchard — Dean Weatherall canned 25 points, 20 in the last half, as Orchard plastered a 51-30 defeat on Riceville here Tuesday night. The hosts now have a mark of 7 out of 9. Bill Fox added 15 points for Orchard which could manage only an 18-15 halftime. Dinger made 14 for Riceville. The Orchard girls captured a 40-19 contest as Marcele Leach hit 26. Noble with 13 was high for Riceville. HANSELL WINS 67-40; MESERVEY GIRLS WIN 13TH Meservey — Whisking away from a 26-20 halftime, Hansell handed Meservey a 67-40 setback here Tuesday night. Gerald Schultz posted 15 points for the winners while Jake Koenen of Meservey topped all scorers with 20. The strong Meservey girls rang up their 13th without defeat by tripping Hansell 59-38. Mavis Faaborg with 28 and Phyllis Fekkers with 21 led the unbeaten lassies. Van Dyke made 18 for Hansell. ELLSWORTH J. C. NIPS MARSHALLTOWN 53-52 I o w a F a 11 s — The Ellsworth unior college basketball team won ts 4th game in 6 starts by nipping Marshalltown J. C. 53-52 here Tuesday night. Durwood Busse made a free throw in- the final seconds of pJay for the victory. High for Ellsworth was Jerry Surls with 17 points while Johnson made 14 for the losers. CRYSTAL LAKE WINS PAIR Crystal Lake—In a recent pair of games at Woden, the Crystal -,ake boys won 53-35 and the girls ook a 36-27 contest. Kluver can- led 28 points for the Crystal Lake 3oys and Iversen topped the girls ffith 17. we join with your many friends who greet you with A Jffimjj (Eijriatmaa M.K.GOETZ BREWING CO,,SUo*«ph & Kamai Oty.Mo. (3UHTRY(LUB PILSENER BEER O7IX)

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