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Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa Cl ear Lake 70 Belmond 58 at 21 Belmond guard is shown getting off a shot over nuP ITO In 1the of Wednesdays district finals he shot was good and the Broncos took 1413 lead on the goal basket are Neal Waddington Belmonds allstate performer and position for a possible rebound In regional tourney Marshalltown JC tops Trojans 9784 TtlimsKAVS SKCONl HOUND rni Vcirlt Neh vs firnvr line Ion vs Marshnll ICIIswnrlh vs W r h i I e r DES MOINES Marshalltown had netted only Ifi points but led a strong comeback This closed the season for the Trojans with a 712 record Eagle Grove takes on York and Marshalllown played Burl ington in second round games defeated Mason City 9781 in the Thursday afternoon At night regional junior college basketjCenterville was paired against Ellsworth and Webster City ball tournament here Wednes day for Iowa and Nebraska schools This was a makeup game from Tuesday and led ofi Wednesdays action to complete the first round In other games Wednesday Eagle Grove beat Kcokuk 116 80 Ccntervillc slopped Waldorf 30087 Webster City smashed Fort Dodge aV57 and York Neb fought off Esthervillc 8fi8I Each club had a good half but the Marshalllown margin in the first half was decisive The win ners held a CO3S lead at inter mission ns he Trojans scored only nine points in the last 10 minutes of the first half Mason Cily oulscorcd Mar shalltown 4637 in the second Jhilf and knocked the point spread down to 10 points at 81 71 with seven minutes to go in the game against Crcston Steve Millers 36 points paced Eagle Grove to its win over Keokuk Center v i 11 e bumped Waldorf 10087 with three play ers contributing 79 points Al Van Dyke and Dave Wickctt each scored 27 points and Larry Niles 25 Waldorfs Lnrry Vernon who tied with Ccntervillcs Van Dyke for the towa scoring lead each with a 271 average scored 37 in the Warriors losing effort The boxscore MASON Ff FT 1K TI Cnyler r i7 llosmike i 1111 i i Wood i iin i B Slrnllman Slaurtt x 11 llticl Hcrsl Kircliwrn TOTALS Extennis star nabbed in robbery JACKSON Miss AP Torr Falkcnburg once a nationallj known tennis player has been arrested on a charge that he robbed a small Mississipp bank He is the brother of Jinx Falk enburg New York television personality and Bob Falken burg also a noted tennis player FBI agents met the tanned 6 foot4 socialite as he walked of the ninth green al Shady Oak Tom Falkenburg Accused of holding up bank 1 IV tl 1 1 1 Six Tigers scored in an i f i r ii h iip HartKrare Pi slfi igiircs bill the big show 7 ii II in laic Iloneck mainly with fi Ii l li ourt shooting He notched fi II i It mints in the game For II l Jily 45 of the points came 0 00 I 0 he starting guards with tl IX2X 12 U7 iaxton gelling 26 and fmil score Marshalltmvn fill ilrollman 19 At halftime Oil M Koufax7 aches Dodger brass By HAL last season before slump Vssociated Press Sports badly and remarked If I poorly last season and Sandy Koufax hurls all strong and wound up nd Los Angeles Dodger the same wonlost record ouldnl be happier about probably would have of Koufnx reported the me a raise asc of winter hibernation which Giant Vice Presi nd pains following his Chub Feency replied If vorkout of the spring pilched in the first half the ay Then why the he did in the second half round the Dodgers wouldnt have been on the Jcach Fla he would have been in Well Koufax left arm a farm team ne that wins all those rames and has earned Giants got some moral ircc straight National from Baseball Commis a fried run titles Ford Frick in the Murak irough its first test in case The commissioner the Giants have proof lounlry Club Wednesday where he was practicing for a tourna ment Falkenburg 41 is accused of being Ihe gunman who1 wearing a woolen ski mask took from a woman teller at the Bank of Ridgeland 10 miles north of Jackson Feb 25 The arrest was made on the basis of a green I960 model car used in the robbery said Roy K Moore special agent in charge 7 of the Jackson FBI office Sheriff Jack Cauthen of Madi son County said slate charges also would be filed against Falkenburg a native of Spain Falkenburg was charged with violating federal bank robbery statutes He waived a prelimi nary hearing and remained in jail in lieu of a bond Falkenburg moved to Missis sippi from Los Angeles in 1949 after marrying Bcrnice Allred of member of a prominent Mississippi family They have two daughters 17 and 14 Gary Player on pro circuit again to defend title PENSACOLA Fla AP Gary Player officially joined the 1965 pro golf tour Thursday with the first round of Ihe Pensacola Open and he thinks they legally purchased Murakahc may gel his season off to Pocahontas Catholic next foe at Algona By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor CLEAR LAKE The Clea Lake Lions waited a long tim for another crack at the Bel mond Broncos In their singl regular season meeting back o Nov 21 Belmond took a 655 overtime triumph over the Lion at Belmond Coach Garj Boeyinks club erased all in spades by downing th Broncos 7058 here Wednesday night in the district finals Thats the end of the trail fo the Broncos who finished will a 192 record while Clear Lake still is alive with an 183 record Oddly the only other defeat season for each club were tc Eagle Grove the champ of th Central Conference The Eagles nipped Belmond th Vorth Iowa champ by one poin while they also beat Clear Lake twice in a pair of North Centra ames Next stop for the Lakers is a first round substate contest Fri iay night at at the Algona Garrigan gym The foe will be Pocahontas Catholic which won a district title at Humboldt Wed nesday night by nipping Hum soldi G968 in an overtime game Plans call for an advance licke sale at the Clear Lake schoo Friday morning The first quarter of the Bel mondClear Lake game was a thriller but after the Lion ook command in the seconc period they maintained thei edge the remainderof the con test The player who made the difference for the Lions was 6 center Doug Grabinski who had 24 points in the game to lead al scorers He used his height tothe ut most advantage in simply goin up and over the Belmond de ense to score An allloop firs team choice at center Grabin ski also played well defensively and his rebounding was good Belmond had an early 82 leac n the game but Tom Anderson hit three fielders in a Laker rally to get his club on top 108 t was dogfight the remainder o he quarter with Clear Lak inishing on top 1514 The Lions were more active than the Broncos after the firs period and by halftime they held Boys district cage scores At Humboldt Final Pocahontas Catholic 69 Hum boldt 68 At Clear Lake Final Clear Lake 70 Belmond 58 At Des Moines Final Des Moines Roosevelt 87 Des Moines North 65 THURSDAY FINALS At Algona AJgona vs Algona Garrigan At Chariton Osceola vs Indianola At Clinton Clinton St Marys vs Clinton At Davenport Davenport Central vs Daven ort West At Fayette Sumner vs Elkadcr At Newton Pella vs Grinnell At Orange City Rock Rapids Central Lyon vs Hull Western Christian At Sioux City Sioux City Central vs Law on Koufax missed the mis contract If he fails to re port and is suspended we ex weeks of the season with an inflammalion of his left elbow suffered in a slide at Milwau kee The 29yearold Dodger southpaw gave iis arm its first test Wednesday and was quite content with the results I ache all over Koufax said after hurling 15 minutes of bat ting practice About the time I started to gel loose I got too tired to pitch anymore Hut there was no trouble with my arm Everything is fine And while Koufax first work out was brightening the Dodger camp the San Francisco Giants werent making much progress with two other tchcrs veteran Bob Shaw and Japanese left bander Masanori Murakami Shaw 74 last year it resist ing an slash to and is busy tending his orange or chards in Jupiter Fla while the Giants go through their first week training in Casa Grande Ariz Shaw won five games in relief pect the suspension to be recog nized in Japan the as it is in the United Stales Frick said the Japanese Baseball Federation docs not recognize the Giants rights to Murakami the proposed trip of the Pittsburgh Pirates to Ja pan next fall will be canceled Sports calendar Dis trict 10 finals at Roosevelt fieldhpuse St Ansgar vs Ma son City at Second round of regional junior collcge tournament at Des Moines FRIDAY basketball Sub slate first round hoys game at Algona Clear Lake vs Po cahontas Catholic time Sub state boys tournament at Wa terloo doublehcader beginning at 7 oclock Finals of re gional junior college tourney at Des Moines good start Here its not how hard you hit the ball but how well Play er said Wednesday after touring lo 6142yard par72 Pensacola Country Cluh course in 69 The avccage greens today are being built too big he said This is a good course The bantam belter from South Africa who has been vacation ing at his home the past few months is one of 52 topflight pros teeing off in the 72hole open Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus neither of whom has won a tournament this year arc favored to give defending cham pion Player the hardest fight Palmer sank a 140yard hole inone on the llth Wednesday with a seven iron as he carded a 71 in the proam warmup won by Frank Beard with a sizzling 65 Miller Barber who tied Pal mer and Player in last years Pensacola Open hut lost in the playoff was second wiUi 66 THURSDAY SEMIFINALS At Odebolt Breda St Bernard vs Sac my At Fort Dodge Eagle Grove vs Fort Dodge t Ed mond At Jefferson Carroll vs Jefferson THURSDAY SUBSTATE At Marshalltown Ames vs Marshalltown At Firragut Red Oak vs Council Bluffs J Lyle named ref oi prep division at Drake Relays DES MOINES Lyle track coach at Des Moines North for 17 years Thursday was named referee of the high school division of the Drake Re lays here April 2324 Lyle has been a part of the Drake Relays for more than 30 years as coach or competitor He ran on a North twomile re lay team in 1934 that set a rec ord that remained on the books until 1955 when his son Ralph helped another North team erase it CORNELL FAVORED 3N MAT TOURNEY MONMOUTH Cor nell College is a big favorite to capture its 22nd Midwest Con ference wrestling crown in 24 tries in the conference cham pionships at Monmoulh College Friday and Saturday Monmouth and Grinnell are expected to be the main challengers The boxscore CIKAR FT T Anderson li 00 Morlsky ii Grablnikl HI tX D Anilerscin I Wjirren II Berjje I TK Wlnkler I TOTALS PF TP FO FT Waddinflon ll Boiler is P i Stadlliiider I Mianer B7 Jenlson t 01 S Iaavex I 11 17 70 PF TJ1 TOTALS a I Score by quarters CLEAR LAKE BELMOND I 11 i i 25 ii Officials Priska Frediii a 3325 lead and had netted H fieldgoals to only eight for Bel mond Veteran guard Bob Mis ner had 13 points for Belmond at the half but otherwise the Broncos were held in check Tom Anderson another all loop player for Clear Lake drew the tough task of guarding Neal Waddington Belmonds allstate performer in football and bas DOUG GRABINSKI way with 24 Upper Iowa into NAIA Wesleyan beaten in district playoff FAYETTE slates Upper Iowa hottest small kctball the first half He did a collcge basketball team will tremendous job as Waddinglon carry its laiircls to Kansa Cjtyi Mo next Monday as District 15 was held to two points Belmond could not get the ball to the scoring ace who has led the North Iowa Conference three straight years in scoring Belmond was able to set representativein the NAIA na tional tournament The Peacocks fired up by the Big 8 swim meet opens Oklahoma heavy favorite at Ames AMES Jim Manring takes air Thursday at his first record in the Big Eight swimming championships Manning has a season best of for the 500yard free style 12 seconds slower than the con ference mark ace who already has qualified for the NCAA championships also leads Big Eight swimmers in three other 200yard free style the 200yard individual medley and the 1650yard free style Manrings best time of the year in the 200yard free style is nearly a second faster than the Big Eight record With Manring setting the pace the Sooners are expected to win their llth straight confer ence title in the annual cham pionships which last through Saturday The 500yard free style was the featured event on Thurs days schedule which also in cluded the 400yard individual medley the 50yard free style one meter diving and the 400 yard medley relay Fridays schedule includes the Albcrs twins Larry and Al butterfly the 200yard the district playoff here Weclnesback slroke the 200yard breast screens for Waddington in lhuclay lcla second half when he cut loose with 19 more points 11 in the final period But it was too late to help the Bronco cause In the third period the Lions hit five of their first seven shots from the field and when they shoved their lead to 14 points at 4632 Grabinski already had notched 18 points for the night The big guy had 11 points in ihe third quarter and Clear Lake finished the period on top 5039 About all Clear Lake had to do in the last quarter was play it cozy which the Lions did by turning back Iowalstrokc lne 200yard free style The Lions took only eight shots in the last quarter but capital ized on Belmond fouls and dropped in 14 free throws in the stanza For he night Clear Lake made 22 of 30 free throws Belmond made nine goals in the last quarter off 21 shots aftei getting off only 39 through the first three quarters of action In shooting Clear Lake hit at 4fi per cent from the field to only 35 per cent for Belmond Don Anderson who made 8 of 11 free throw Irics got 16 points for the winners and Tom Ander son had a dozen in addition to Maying a good floor game and being strong off the boards Mis ner finished with 16 for Bel mond Clear Lake had the clamps on another good Belmond scorer Laaveg who was held to points He had scored 30 vhcn the Broncos beat Buffalo enter 6139 in a second round listricl game Helping the Clear Lake vic ory was reserve guard Tom Bergc He was brought into the ineup when regular Denny War en got a third foul early in the ame Berge a senior had been regular in his soph and jun or years but suffered a bad nce injury near the end of the ootball season This was only lie sixth game in which he has ecn action near the end of the cason More than 2000 fans jammed he Clear Lake gym to see the cature game with several hun rcd standing Clear Lake will take an 183 ecord into tour cy the first time the Lions lave won that many games ince 1953 when they had an 87 record Wesleyan 8374 Larry scored a diving exhibition 24 points and Al added 20 It was the third time this sea son that the Tigers were bumped by Upper Iowa which has a 203 and the 200yard individual med ley On Saturday the schedule calls for the 1650yard free overall record with two gamesstyle the 100yard free style left The Peacocks can pin down the Iowa Conference title for an other year by beating Wartburg the 100yard breast stroke the 100yard back stroke the 100 yard butterfly threemeter div hcre Friday night or Bucna ing and the 400yard free style Vista at Storm Lake Saturday relay night Preliminaries will start at 1 The National Association of pm daily with finals in those Intercollegiate Athletics will determine the pairings for the national tournament next week Upper Iowa drew a bye and played only one game in the District 15 playoff Iowa Wes leyan beat Central and North western to reach the final Bears Morris broke receiving record by nine NEW YORK AP Flanker back Johnny Morris of the Chi cago Bears was the National Football Leagues outstanding pass receiver last season the official statistics have con firmed Morris established a league record by catching 93 passes led in yards gained via the aeri ai route 1200 and tied Bobby Mitchell of Washington and 3ucky Pope of Los Angeles for he most touchdown passes re ceived Each had 10 Morris broke the standard of 84 passes caught established by Tom Fears of Los Angeles in 1950 Mike Ditka another Bear was the 1964 runnerup with 75 receptions He was followed by Frank Clarke of Dallas 65 Bobby Joe Conrad of St Louis the 1963 leader 61 and Mitchell with 60 Morris and Terry Barr of De troit were the only receivers to top 1000 yards The Lions play gained 1030 Pro scores WEDNESDAY RESULTS Tos Anjreles 101 Boston Baltimore 151 i Cincinnati ins Detroit 110 San Francisco 107 St Ittuis 124 Philadelphia 110 Eyansyille No Aces may face rugged Southern Illinois again fcy The Associated Press Evansvilles undefeated Aces efending NCAA collegedivi ion basketball champions and 1 in The Associated Press mallcollege poll for the second traight season are looking for vard to a third meeting with outhern Illinois Evansvilles closest brushes ith disaster this season came n two oncpoint victories over oulhern Illinois which placed third in the final AP poll The Aces and the Salokis starting the NCAA tournament trial in regionals this week can meet again in Evansville for the smallcollege championship To make it each will have lo de feat four opponents in lourney games Evansville Coach Arad Mc Cutchan said From Ihe stand point of winning youd possibly like to play somebody else but Southern Illinois is a great team and they deserve another shot at us We wouldnt like to see them rubbed out by some other team McCutchan said he and his players have been feeling no special pressure from being un beaten and favored Wt try to takt casual atti tude toward it he said It may be this is the time it may start We realize its one defeat and out To avoid staleness McCut chan is keeping workouts hard but short no more than 90 minutes for his starters Evansvilie wont get a tourna ment shot at Central State of Ohio No 2 in the small college poll and the only other undefeat ed team in the Top Ten Cen tral State is not in the NCAA tourney The final Top Ten with won lost records through Saturday Feb 27 and total points 1 Evansvllle 3 Central St i Southern Illinois 5 Fairmont H North Dakota 7 Gannon 8 Grambllnf ti AuKshuric 10 Philadelphia jia ii0 JIS III Give Your Car That Spring Look It Deserves JIM DANDY 25c Coin Operated CAR WASH 6th and South President OPEN 24 Hours Day events starting at 8 pm Stallworth AllValley third time Drakes West on second unit KANSAS CITY itas Dave Stallworth general regarded as one of the top play ers in Valley history was near ly a unanimous choice on th 1965 AllMissouri Valley basket ball team announced Thursday by the Associated Press Gary Thompson the Wichita firstyear coach who adjuster to Stallworlhs midseason de parture and led the Shockers to March 4 W5 Mohawks St Ansgar Finals postponed to Friday night The district basketball finals between the Miv son City Mohawks and St Ansgar has been post poned to Friday night at at Roosevelt fieldhousa because of Thursdays snowstorm A year ago Mason City defeated the Saints 7tf 57 to advance to the substate where the Mohawks were ousted by Belmond The winners of Fridays game will move to Waterloo to play the first game of a Saturday night twin bill at 7 oclock in the subT state The substate foe will be Waukon which won the district championship at Decorah St Ansgar which has a 145 record took a paih of games in district action on the Roosevelt court from Mason City Newman 7564 and Stacyvillty Visitation 7562 The Mohawks gained their finals berth by clowning Rockf orcl 8750 and Greene 5942 A pair of 511 guards have been the top scorersr through two district games Jerry Kline has notches 37 points in the two wins for the Saints While Steve1 Harpster an allBig Six first team selection has col lected 33 in the Mohawk victories Mason City wifl carry an 118 record into Fridays contest MachenTerrell winner may fight Cassius Clay a league crown was a solid choice for Valley coach of the year Joining the 6foot7 Stallworth on the first team were John Reuther 67 Louisville senior Rick Park 62 Tulsa senior and Kelly Pete 61 Wichita junior All were strong first team choices The fifth first team spot went to Eddie Jackson 66 Bradley junior by a scant one vote margin over Gene West 64 Drake senior Drakes Gene Bogash and Bob Netolicky were given hon orable mention It was Stallworths third straight first team selection In lis 80game career at Wichita iie averaged 242 points 104 re bounds and shot 534 from the field West headed the second team ith Willie Davis of North Tex as Rich Naes and Gil Becke mcier of St Louis and Ernie Thompson of Bradley Gerard doubie winner in SCI track victory f CEDAR FALLS College of Iowa won every event but the high jump and 60yard dash Wednesday in amassing 20 points for a top heavy vic tory in a triangular track meet Parsons was second with 23 and Wartburg had 19 Undefeated hurdler Ron Ger ard Bill Taylor in the mile and 1000 and Bill Rauhauser in the triple jump and broad jump were double winners Rauhaus er uppcd his own triple jump record to 45 feet 5 inches REGIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE TOURNEY Marihalllnwn Mason City SI Kajfle Grove MS Kenkuk X6 Centerville 100 Waldorf X7 Webster City 85 Fort Dortff r7 Vnrk Neb 8fi EstherTllle HI Basketball scores WEDNESDAY COLLEGE EAST St Josephs 9j SI Bonaventurt HI Scion Hall li Connecticut 101 Colgate 6li Princeton XI Tcnn 71 Dartmouth HI Rrown 70 Syracuse Nlagara IK Pitt SO Carnegie Tech Rutjers 7K ii SOUTH Louisville Wichita 70 Eastern Kentucky III Marshall K Duquesne Memphis Slale 87 MIDWEST Delinil m Hlllsdale 11 Cincinnati 10 Xavier 7i Bowlinr Green 88 Chicago Loyola 8J Toledo 73 Kent Stale 71 Upper Iowa Iowa Wesleyan 7 SOUTHWEST Arizona 97 Arizona State 87 FAR WEST Denver SI Air Force HO GA1LIS AVERAGED 143 POINTS IOWA dual meet ieason ended Iowas Glenn Jailis allaround gymnast ooked back on 343 points in ten meets an average of 343 per meet He gathered 43 first places md two ties In many of the meets his event point total was lot far short of a perfect 10 Next for the allAmerican ath ete The Big Ten individual championships and the NCAA egionals and finals ED FINNEGAN CUSTOMMADE CLOTHES fcr Men and Womer By JERRY LISKA CHICAGO AP Winner of the World Boxing Association sanctioned heavyweight title bout between Ernie Terrell and Eddie Machen Friday night may get a September match here with Cassius Clay general ly accepted heavyweight cham pion Sponsors of the 15round Ter rcllMachen scrap at the Inter national Ampithcatre disclosed Thursday that Clay spokesmen approached them concerning September bout possibly at Comiskey Park Irv Schoenwald copromoter of Friday nights fight said that if Clay chose to fight Terrell or Machen a better site would be McCormick Place capable of seating 20000 We could get closedcircuit television coverage equal to any available elsewhere and it would be better holding the fight indoors for TV purposes said Schoenwald Ben Bentlcy veteran fight publicitor handling the Terrell Machen bout said Herbert Mu hammad son of Black Muslim head Elijah Muhammad and John Ali secretary of the Negro sect to which Clay belongs as Muhammad AH expressed in terest in a Chicago title defense against Friday nights winner Clay reportedly now is in Mi ami Fla gearing for intensive preparation for his May 25 re match with Sonny Liston in Bos ton It was because of Clays agreement to a rematch with Liston that the WBA stripped Cassius of his title in the48 states under its jurisdiction New York and Massachusetts plus the British Boxing Board still regard Clay as reigning heavyweight champ Meanwhile Terrell 6foot8 Chicagoan rated No 1 contend er by the WBA and third ranked Machen father of four from Redding Calif took it easy the day before their tangle for the WBA crown Machen 32yearold veteran of 10 pro seasons is guaranteed or 30 per cent of the re ceipts His record is 4752 Terrell 25 will get a straight 30 per cent of receipts Terrell has a 364 record including12 straight victories Mere 6 Stiff b SAVfm your Gtasses FIRSTQUALITY GLASSES AS LOW AS mauots MY DOCTORSPMSCWTION ACOJRAm YfltlfD VERILITFCONTACT LENSES Budget Terms at no extra charge Satisfaction In 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