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Seek Revenge with Ranked Cherokee ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, THURS.,JAN.25, im p ag e 6 Midgets Clash with Braves With the cage season going into the home stretch, Estherville has an opportunity to extend its Lakes Conference mark to 6-4 when the Midgets clash with 18th-ranked Cherokee at Cherokee Friday night. The Braves sport a 11-2 overall mark and are in second place in the Lakes Conference with an 8-1 record. But Cherokee had a rough go of it in their latest Lakes encounter when the Sheldon Orabs put up a good fight only to have the Braves nip them in the last 11 seconds 5653. Sheldon led the whole contest except for the last five minutes of the game. In the Midgets' first meeting with the Braves Dec. 1, Estherville's Terry Poulos missed the first of a one and one foul situation to let Cherokee squeeze past 63-62. In that game, Cherokee's Kelly Perrin collected 18points but Estherville Coach George Hess said Wednesday that Perrin is not the one he's worried about now. "Cherokee is undergoing a change in its lineup to involve Dude Phipps," stated Hess. "Phipps is one of the best shooters in the conference." The senior was named as an all-conference forward in 1972 and scored the most points of any player in the conference last year. The Midgets put it all togeth-. er against Sibley after two straight losses the weekend before to down the Generals 6357. In that contest, Hess used a man to man defense for the first time this year and said he may use the defense part time against Cherokee. "Cherokee is a fast breaking team and is a good rebounding team," noted Hess. "They have one of the more agile centers in Mark Schnoes." Hess said that senior Bob Hartman will start at one of the forward positions but the other spot is still up for grabs between Chris Rullestad, Kevin Buell and Tom Hackett. In the Sheldon game, the Midget men- Bill Horine Reports Walleye Fishing On, Off; Big Perch Biting at Spirit Listen! Estherville girls basketball Coach Les Lammers hollers out instructions to his Midgetettes in a recent practice session in the Estherville gym. Lammers, who took three Pocahontas teams to the girls' state tournament inDes Moines, has led the Estherville girls to two straight Lakes Conference wins in the high school's first interscholastic action in history. The Estherville girls tangle with the Cherokee girls Friday night in the Estherville gym.— Photo by Jim Ferree. Warren Spahn Gives Credit To Dad for Pitching Ability By HUBERT IZELL ^•octated Press Snorts ^Writer NEW YORK (AP) A Hall of Fame twinkle appeared in Eddie Spahn's 77-year-old eyes. He taught his boy how to pitch and now Warren was headed for Cooperstown. "That twinkle was reward enough," said Warren. Spahn pitched heroically for the Braves of both Boston and Milwaukee, winning a left-handed record 363 games with 13 seasons of 20 or more victories. "It was almost midnight Tuesday when the call came," he said. "We were at my dad's house in Buffalo, N.Y. Suddenly I was in the Baseball Hall of Fame. I almost cried." Spahn was an overwhelming choice with 316 of 3S0 votes from the Baseball Writers Association of America. A 75 per cent approval was needed, and he had received 83 in his first year of eligibility. "The emotions flowed and I couldn't take my eyes off my father," he said. "He was the one who taught me to pitch instead of simply throw ... the high leg kick, the style . . . everything." The 51-year-old Spahn will be enshrined next summer at the Baseball Hall in Cooperstown, N.Y. "Right up there with Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb and Walter Johnson," he said. Whitey Ford, one-time clutch left-hander of the New York Yankees, fell 29 votes short of three required 284 in his first shot at the Hall. By chance, he ran into Spahn at a restaurant after Wednesday's announcement. "Nice going, Spahnie," he said. "Maybe Mickey and I can make it as a two-man entry next year." Mickey Mantle, the old Yankee slugger, becomes elligible in 1974. Spahn is bald, but athletically trim at age 51. He pitched in the major leagues until he was 44 and still wings a few in batting practice for Cleveland as the Indians' pitching coach. Bill Meyers, a scout for the Boston Braves, signed Spahn to an SSO-a-month contract to play for Bradford, Pa., of the Pony League in 1940. Two seasons later, he was called up to Boston for the end of the season. World War n horned in, taking 3% seasons from him, and Spahn didn't win his first ajor league game until 1946 at the age of 25. After that, it was gahgbus- ters. Spahn was a 20-game winner 13 times in a 17-year stretch and wound up with a record of 363-245 plus a bushel of personal records. By BILL HORINE For The Associated Press Walleye fishing is an off and off thing. It can not be taken for granted. Every dyed in the wool fisherman is aware of this and perhaps it is this one factor that keeps him coming back again and again to try for the "tastiest of all Iowa fish" (trout and catfish fishermen may not agree). I can count on one hand the times I have had consistent red hot walleye or saugsr fishing. So when Dave Comes of an Arnolds Park bait shop phoned last week and said the long awaited walleye fishing could be getting good on Lake Okoboji, I hurried up. Comes, Roy Keller and myself were out on the ice at Smith's Bay while it was still dark on Saturday morning. After sitting on the ice for a couple of hours and catching only one walleye, a four-pound- two-ounce beauty, we decided the abrupt change in the weather had upset our expected good fishing. Changing of baits and techniques did no good. Saturday .afternoon was more of the same — no walleyes. Sunday morning I managed to catch one one-pound walleye on a Swedish pimple and half a minor, and that was it But that's the way it goes with Gump" Worsley States Goaltending Career Done BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Lome "Gump" Worsley says his 20-year National Hockey League goaltending career is finished. But the Minnesota North Stars, hoping that the 43-year- old Gumper might change his mind, are going to delay in filing voluntary retirement papers with the NHL office. "This isn't a split decision," said Worsley, one of the last of the unmasked goalies. "I talked it over with my wife, mulled it Skating INNSBRUCK, Austria - Helmut Schmalzl led an Italian sweep of the first three places in the International Ski Federation giant slalom for men with runs of one minute, 56.30 seconds and 1:51.64. BLOOMINGTON, Minn. Diane Goldstein, 19, Denver, Colo., took the lead in the school figures at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, upsetting four-time champion Janet Lynn, Rockford, Dl. Football Hockey MORRELL LEAGUE WEDNESDAY Cold Cuts 8 4 VFW 8 4 R & J Yamaha 8 4 R & K Sales 7 5 National Guard 7 5 Credit Union 6 6 VFW Canteen 6 6 Smokies 1 4 8 Smokies 2 4 8 Concrete Products 2 10 High Team 3 Games VFW 2727 Cold Cuts 2643 Credit Union 2497 High Team 1 Game VFW 931 VFW 898 Cold Cute 885 1 High Individual 3 Games Chuck FuHeir ' - 597 Earl Ostheimer ; 582 LeRoy Slingerland 578 High Individual 1 Game LOS Knox, Chuck Fuller Leo Krenn Earl Ostheimer 215 213 211 ANGELES - Chuck an assistant coach for the Detroit Lions, was named head coach of the National Football League Los Angles Rams, replacing fired Tommy Prothro. BALTIMORE - Veteran Baltimore Colt running back Tom Matte was traded to the NFL San Diego Chargers for an eighth-round draft choice. Snowmobiling Three Estherville men were top place finishers in snowmobile racing Sat. Jan. 20 at the Okoboji Speedway. Clair Meyer was a first place finisher in the Modified IV 441- 650cc division. Meyer was riding a Polaris. Jerry Daien powered his Polaris to a third place finish in the Stock C Class 296-345cc. Pete King placed second in the Special Class E 401-440cc with his Speedway. CHICAGO - The Chicago Cougars of the World Hockey Association fired Ed Short as general manager and said the position will be shared by the club's two owners, Jordon and Walter Kaiser BLOOMINGTON, Minn. Gump Worsely, veteran National Hockey League goal tender, retired from the Minnesota North Stars. over for some time. I came to the point where I don't think I can do it anymore." Wren Blair, North Stars' general manager, feels otherwise. "I had no alternative but to reluctantly accept his decision," Blair said after meeting with Worsley Wednesday afternoon. "I told him I didn't agree with him—that he had just lost some of his timing. That doesn't mean he's finished." The 5 -foot-7, 180-pound Worsley, known for his quick wit and ability to cajole his teammates to better play in front of him, appeared in 831 NHL regular season games, more than any other active goalie. He had a 6-2-3 record this season with the second-place North Stars in the West Division, and a goals-against average of 2.88. His average in 19 previous seasons was 2.89. A pulled hamstring muscle knocked Worsley out of action early in the season. He played only Dec. 31 against Detroit and last Thursday at Philadelphia since the injury, losing both games. Worsley had his greatest years with the Montreal Cana- diens 1964-70. He shared the Vezina Trophy, symbolic of the fewest goals allowed by a team, Tennis LONDON - Arthur Ashe, Richmond, Va., and Ken Rosewall of Australia, moved into the quarter-finals in the $47,000 Rothmans International indoor tennis tournament, defeating Australia's Bob Carmichael 6-2, 6-7, 6-3, and France's Pierre Barthes 7-6, 6-3, respectively. LA COSTA, Calif. - Rod Layer, Australia, beat Frew McMillan, South Africa, 6-3, 7-5, in the second round of the $50,000 World Championship of Tennis Michelob Classic. The Marines Are Looking For A Fow Good Mon Who Want To Loarn. CALL COLLECT 515-424-3*24 For An Appointment Sports Jim Ferree, Editor walleyes — perhaps next time will be better. Red Rock Dam is anothen place that is really off and on when it comes to fishing. Several days ago I was checking on the fishing at Red Rock and visited with Robert Taylor of Centerville. He was having no luck on the wallleyes that day, but a week earlier had caught four that weighed 22 pounds. He also had a xO- pound northern to go with them. All were caught on a "sonic" from the shore. Walleye fishing on the Mississippi River has been spotty, too. When it's hot, it's hot, and you take them as you find them. Someone should indorm "Outdoor Life" magazine that the jumbo perch have not disappeared from Spirit Lake as reported in the February issue. That reporter should have been in on the perch fishing I had in December. The big ones hit like it was going out of style. Fishermen as a whole are showing more concern for the environment than in the past. I Pro Basketball Standings Pro Basketball Standings By The Associated Press NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston 39 7 .848 — -New York 39 12 .765 2V2 Buffalo 15 32 .319 24V 2 Philadelphia 4 47 .078 37'/ 2 Central Division Baltimore 30 17 .638 Atlanta 27 24 .529 5 Houston 18 30 .375 12V2 Cleveland 17 31 .354 13V 2 Western Conference Midwest Division Milwaukee 36 13 .735 Chicago 29 19 .604 6>/ 2 K.C.-Omaha 25 29 .463 13 l / 2 Detroit 20 29 .408 16 Pacific Division Los Angeles 36 11 .766 — Philadelphia at Cleveland Only gaes scheduled ABA East W. L. Pet G.B. Carolina 37 16 .698 Kentucky 33 18 .647 3 Virginia 27 25 .519 91/2 New York 18 32 .360 17»/ 2 Memphis 18 35 .300 2oy 2 West Utah 34 18 .654 Indiana 29 21 .580 4 Denver 26 26 .500 8 Dallas 18 31 .367 I4V2 San Diego 20 35 .364 151/2 Golden State Phoenix Seattle Portland 31 16 23 26 16 36 12 38 .660 5 .469 14 .308 22V2 .240 25V 2 Wednesday's Games No games scheduled Thursday's Games Buffalo at New York Houston vs. Milwaukee at Madison, Wis. Seattle at Phoenix Kansas City-Omaha at Golden State Only games scheduled Friday's Games Baltimore at Chicago Milwaukee at Detroit Golden State at Los Angeles Phoenix at Portland Houston at Boston Atlanta at Buffalo Wednesday's Games Denver 98, Kentucky 87 Utah 111, Dallas 103 Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Kentucky at Indiana Only game scheduled Friday's Games New York at Dallas Utah vs. Virginia at Richmond Indiana vs. Carolina at Greensboro Denver at Memphis Only games scheduled Reports Fairbanks To Boston Pats BOSTON (AP) - WBZ-TV reported during its 11 p.m. broadcast Wednesday night that Chuck Fairbanks, head football coach at Oklahoma, had accepted a job with the New England Patriots of the National Football League. Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help* Reason 2. We're human, and once in a great while we make a mistake. But if our error means you must pay additional tax, you pay only the tax. We pay any interest or penalty. LOCK THE INCOMI TAX PiOPLI 1121 CENTUM. »E. ppon fsm-tpm Weekday., * am-Spin Saturdays-Mi. MMMII saw a lot less garbage lying around the ice houses and on the ice than in years past. Many ice houses now have pails inside for garbage and cans and explicit instructions to use the pails. Trappers in Iowa and surrounding states have had a much better market for their furs than in previous years. Fox pelts are bringing up to $25 with coyotes bringing somewhat less. Muscrat are selling at $2. Mink is averaging $19. All of us are aware of the continuing loss of wildlife habitat that is affecting our song and game birds. There is still time to order wildlife packets from the Iowa Conservation State Forest Nursery. The cost is $5 per packet Use them to plant unused acres and corners to much needed cover. Write State Forest Nursery, Box 823, Ames, Iowa, 50010. Graettinger Wrestlers Score Win Graettinger used two pins in the final two matches of competition to edge the Sioux Valley wrestlers 29-26 at Linn Grove Wednesday night. Pirates Ray Blinkman, J. R. Brown and Gary Boecker paced the grapplers with pins in their matches. 98— Roy Striever CSV) pinned Steve Fljnt, :39. 105-John Wlnterboer <SV) pinned Mike Crowley, 2:49. 112- Mike Guinn (G)dec. Mike Driver, 6-2. 119— Randy Jorgensen CSV) dec. Glen Blinkmann, 5-4. 126— Jeff Gens on CSV) pinned Kevin Clasing, 2:08. 132— Ray Blinkmann (G) pinned Jeff Krummen, 1:49. 138—Paul Ferrell (G) dec. Jim Nelson, 2-1. 145— Soren Raveling <SV) dec. Dave Ferrell, 9-3. 155-Dwight Schmitt (G) dec. Steve Rohrbaugh, 7-0. 167—John Anderson (G)drew with John Englert, 4-4. 185—J. R. Brown (G) pinned Shawn White, 1:59. Hwt- Gary Boecker (G) pinned Greg Bodenhammer, 3:35. PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR EMMET COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Lawrence N. Nelson, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 5086 NOTICE OF PROOF OF WILL WITHOUT ADMINISTRATION TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Lawrence N. Nelson Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 22 day of January, 1973, the last will of Lawrence N. Nelson, deceased, bearing date the 19 day of August, 1965, was admitted to probate in the above named court and there will be no present administration of the estate. You are further notified that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the see* ond publication of this notice or any such action theresfterwltt be forever barred. Dated this 22 day of Jaauery, ItH. W£ 1 ;i Mary Petersen •<m$ftMi<,yi.^<® ' Clark of the District Court SEAL , xft FUlsawarth* FUleewarta .< / ,i Attorneya for said Estate f Date of second nsMtottkii Ida* of February, ItW. (Jan.Feb. i, m» i tor freely substituted his forwards inter-mixing Buell and Hackett with Rullestad and Hartman. Brian Guge is currently leading the Midgets in two departments. Guge is shooting at a 12- point clip per game and has connected on 67 of 128 attempts from the field for 52.3 per cent. Rob Bothwell is averaging 11.2 points a game and is the team's top rebounder with 9.4 retrieves per game. The senior is- also Estherville's best free thrower- sinking 52-70 shots from the line for 74 per cent. The Estherville sophs, winners of the Fairmont Invitational Tournament in December take the court against the Cherokee sophs starting at 6:45. Varsity action starts at 8 p.m. LAKES CONFERENCE STANDINGS WON LOST Spencer Cherokee Storm Lake Estherville Sheldon Emmetsburg Sibley Spirit Lake 9 7 5 5 4 3 1 1 0 2 4 4 5 6 8 8 GAMES FRIDAY NIGHT Estherville at Cherokee Spirit Lake at Spencer Sheldon at Emmetsburg Storm Lake at Sibley Terril Grapplers Pin Arnolds Park The Terril grapplers used seven pins on their way to a 51-9 trouncing of the Arolds Park matmen at Terril Wednesday. Tiger grapplers, under Coach Bob Strouse, were paced by falls from Steve Johnson (98), Dale Nelson (119), Ron Eick (138), Vic Hales (145), Steve Olson (164), Bryan Goldtrap (185) and Dennis Hildreth (Heavyweight). 98—Steve Johnson, T, pinned Gary Wittrock, AP, 4:13. 105—Craig Ehwegen, T, was dec. by Gene Robinson, AP, 11-2. 112—Double Forfeit. 119—Dale Nelson, T, pinned Kelly Curry, AP, 5:25. 126—Bill Torreson, T, won by forfeit 132—Mike Rouse, T, dec. Kit Curry, 1-0. 138— Ron Eick, T, pinned Ken Mankle, 4:15. 145— Vic Hales pinned Ed Rice, 3:31. 155—Doyle Leiss, AP, pinned Kurt Gunderson, 1:19. 164—Steve Olson, T, pinned Kevin Hagenson, 2:23. 185—Bryan Goldtrap, T, pinned Dave Foxhoven, :44. Hwt — Dennis Hildreth, T, pinned Dave Nelson, 3:22. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Estherville Community School District, in the Counties of Emmet and Dickinson, State of Iowa, that a special school election has been called and ordered to be held in and for said Community School District on the 8th day of February, 1973, whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, to-wit: Shall the Estherville Community School District, in the Counties of Emmet and Dickinson, State of Iowa, issue bonds in the amount of Nine Hundred Fifty five Thousand Dollars ($955,000.00) for the purpose of building and furnishing an additional junior high school building in and for said School District? The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock Noon until eight o'clock P.M. of said day. For said election the whole of said Community School District is consolidated into and will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place will be in the Emmet County Courthouse located at 609 First Avenue North in the City of Estherville, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This notice ia given by order of the Board of Directors of said Community School District and the Emmet County Coauntsslonsr of Elections pursuant to the pro- vlatons of Chapter 2M, Code of Iowa, 1971, aa amended, and to • sufficient petition with tbi requisite signatures In accordance therewith. Dated at Estherville, tows, this 3rd day of January, W73. Bitty Jew Itonolda Uan.4,1 -,':ii..i.;"j ,v *tfrvi-' . -tv ,^r»,. _. _ .