The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 1, 1958 · Page 9
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Monday, Dec. t, 1958 AUSTIN (Minn.) H6RALO-9 I Colleges End Grid Season; Pick Teams for Bowl Tests By J Associated Pr«si sports Wrttw Bowl-bound college footbal teafws began pointing toward post season . games today. But one couldn't blame Louisiana State California and Syracuse for show Ing more determination than the others. LSU, the nation's only major undefeated and untied team, wil make it's fifth appearance in the Sugar Bowl. The Bayou Tigers have yet to win a bowl game This will be their sixth bowl trip fifth to the New Orleans classic Clemson, LSU's opponent, will be playing In the Sugar Bfowl for the first time, but has a 3-2 recorc in other bowl competition. California is 2-4-1 in the Bowl. Iowa, the Bears' Rose New Year's Day foe, has a 35-19 victory over Oregon State in 1957 to show for its only outing In Pasadena. Syracuse, which meets Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, has had only one previous experience in that game. It emerged with a 61-8 pasting by Alabama in 1953. Oklahoma has won its last three in the Miami Jan. 1 game after losing to Tennessee in 1939. Clemson was one of five teams to help fill the major bowls as a result of Saturday's action. The others were the Air Force Academy, Mississippi and Florida. So this Is the way the major bowl picture shapes up: Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif. —Iowa (7-1-1) vs. California (7-3). Sugar Bowl at New Orleans- Louisiana State (10-0) vs. Clemson (8)2-. Orange Bowl at Miami—Oklahoma (9-1) vs. Syracuse (8-1). Cotton Bowl at Dallas — Texas Christian (8-2) vs. Air Force Academy (9-0-1). Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla.-Florida (6-3-1) vs. Mississippi (8-2). Among the minor bowls, Hardln Simmons (6-4) won the Border Conference title Friday and was named to oppose Wyoming (7-3), the Skyline champ, in the Sun Bowl. The Blue Grass Bowl is expected to name its teams today. Clemson earned a shot at Lou- SMU s Bell Is Unhappy as Clemson Gets Bid By ED TUNSTALL NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The Sugar Bowl Committee promises a tough, battle between Clemson and Louisiana State on New Year's Day; But Clemson's selection to face the nation's No. 1 team has left many football fans with a saccharine taste. The twice-beaten South Carolina outfit accepted a Sugar Bowl invitation Saturday after trimming 5-Year Plan by Colt Boss on Schedule By GORDON BEARD BALTIMORE (AP) — The five- year plan of Coach Weefa Ewbank Is right on schedule. Since he took over the Baltimore Colts in 1954, the former tackle coach and chief talent scout of the highly-successful Cleveland 3rowns has said it would take that long to build a title contender. Today, the Colts are champions of the National Football League's Western Conference. They applied the clincher to their first divisional crown Sunday with a 28-point second half surge and a 35-27 comeback victory over the San Francisco 49'ers. outmanned Furman 3fl-19 for Its eighth victory. LSU, unbeaten and untied and almost untested in 10 games, walked into the Sugar Bowl after clobbering Tulane 62-0 the previous Saturday. LSU now is rated a three-touchdown favorite. Many said Clemson, can't contain the talented Bayou Bengals from Baton Rouge, considered one of football's most explosive teams in recent years. The critics cited Clemson's defeats by South Carolina and Georgia Tech, comparatively soft touches this season. Clemson also was unimpressive against Furman last Saturday. The Atlantic Coast Conference champions had a 30-0 halftime lead but Furman pushed across three touchdowns in the second half and actually edged Clemson in first down during the game. There were reports that the Sugar Bowl had all but selected Clemson some • weeks ago. The logic behind that argument was that the Sugar Bowl was hampered by Louisiana's 1956 segregation law which required separate seating facilities for white and Negro* spectators. There was the theory' too that with the field reduced to a handful of teams, Clemson might take a Gator Bowl bid if not assured of a Sugar Bowl invitation. What team did the Clemson de-l Actually the Colts were in con-! tractors offer in P lace of the 12th. ention last year until the final i ranked 'Tigers? ""game, when they lost to Los An- nently geles and finished with a 7.5 mark. When Ewbank arrived in Baltimore he said he took the job with The most promi- mentioned as Southern Methodist, a 20-13 winner last Saturday over Cotton Bowl-bound I Texas Christian. j SMU Athletic Director Matty! he "sole idea to start a regime"!Bell was among the most bitter n the NFL. His employers said : °f the objectors. The Sugar Bowl, he aim was to pattern the Coltsi he complained, invited Clemson after the Browns. ' " " game was isiana State by defeating Furman 36-19 Saturday. The Air Force Academy accepted a Cotton Bowl bid after whipping Colorado 20-14. •"• " aa B« VC « *» uiree-year . ( Mississippi blanked Mississippi c ° ntract after his first team post-if™' We had been led to believe State 21-0. Florida edged Miami ed a 3 ' 9 reco «i. The 1955 team! that the y we re strongly interested had a 5-6-1 record but the follow- m us - and that they wouldn't ing year the Colts slipped to 5-7i make a decision until 5 p.m" and there was much speculation' - while the SMU-TCU Just two years ago, Ewbank sti11 in Progress, came to losing his job. i "They didn't even wait to find! Ewbank was given a three-year' ut how we did in this game," he ">ntrnr»t aflat* V.;*. r:-,... i __. , iSflid. **Wp hnri Kaon 1aJ >« u*u 12-9. Army, which frowns on postsea ton competition, put away Its first unbeaten season sinct 1949 by licking Navy 22-6. The Cadets, with only an Oct. 25 tie with Pittsburgh to mar their record, finished strong against the Middies. Bob Anderson scored twice for Army. •> Auburn, second to LSU in the current Associated Press rankings but banned from bowl play, nipped Alabama 14-8; Southern Methodist beat Texas Christian 20-13; Oklahoma defeated Oklahoma State 7-0; and Notre Dame came from behind to beat Southern California 20-13. Only two games remain on the regular season schedule. Boston College meets Holy Cross and Oregon engages Miami this Saturday. Northwestern, Purdue Tops By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Purdue and Northwestern, co- favorites for the Big Ten basketball title, and Indiana's defending . champions open the season tonight along with Iowa and Michigan. Before the week ends, all ten • conference teams will have seen action in preparation for the cham- , pionship race which begins Jan. 3. Purdue has probably the toughest test of the five teams playing tonight. The Boilermakers will be at Kansas State while the four others are home. Northwestern entertains Western Michigan, Indiana is host to Drake, : Iowa takes on Colorado and Michigan meets Pitt in Ann Arbor. Tuesday's action finds Butler at Illinois and Marquette at Wisconsin the coach would be replaced. But Colt officials gave him a vote of confidence and retained him. Last year, Ewbank was signed to a new two-year contract. Now Ewbank ha) this goal: a possible meeting with Coach Paul Brown, hia former boss at Cleveland, in the Dec. 28 NFL cham- pioriship game. Much Work for Gopher Ice Coach MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -Minnesota's reconstructed hockey team faces the U.S. Nationals and the start of another season this week "with still a lot of gaps to fill." This was the pronouncement of tlon ed: Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOB DISTRIBUTION. STATE OP MINNESOTA. County of Mower—as. i n Probate Court ; In Re Estate of George W. Mliuer, i Decedent. The representative of the above j named estate having filed final account and petition for settlement and i allowance thereof and for distribute the persons thereunto entltl- j IT ffl ORDERED, That the hearing 1 thereof b« had on the 24th day of! December, 1958, at 10 o'clock A. M., i before this Court in the probate court room In the court house In Austin, j Minnesota, and that notice hereof be; ;rlven, by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. ' Dated November 28th, 1958. i PAUL KIMBALL, JR. ' Probate Judge ' PROBATE COURT SEAL) I BAUDLER <fe BAm>LER I Attorneys for Petitioner I Austin, Minnesota ' Pile No. 11515 Dec. 1, 8, 15 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL. LIM- ITINQ TIME TO FILB CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OP MINNESOTA. County ol Mower—u tn Protmf '"nurt —- r .,„.......,, ul In Re Estate of Samuel H. Hubbard, coach John Markicci after the Go-' aJso known *? samuei Hubbard and phers defeated the alumni 6-5 Sat- 3 ' " H>lbbl iirday night on Myron Grafstrom's overtime goal, his third of the night. "Our first line of Grafstrom, while Ohio State Wednesday night. opens at Pitt All 10 teams play Saturday with Michigan entering the weekend Kent tournament at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. Indiana will miss scoring Murray Williamson and Gary Melnycheck is fine," Mariucci said. "But we've got a lot of unknown quantities on the club." The game Friday night also will be the first for the Nationals, coached this year by Marsh Ryman, the Minnesota fresh man coach. Like the other teams of the defunct Western Inter collegiate League, Minnesota starts the season as an independent. Mariucci has hopes for a reorganization sometime within the next few weeks involving at least six of the old W1HL teams. Minnesota has dropped only Denver from its schedule. Two of the sophomores on whom Mariucci is counting heavily, Jerry Norman of Eveleth and footballer Larry Johnson of Edina, did not play. Saturday. Norman was out with an injury and Johnson isn't 'ready. ace Archie Dees but still ranks as a contender. Other teams which must be considered are Iowa Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Michigan and Ohio State are given, little chance but such teams have j Don Vaia . who is being discharged won Big Ten championships in the f rom tae Army and won't be avail Junior Mike Doyle nets the Uie Bethel Pink having filed a petition for the probate of the Will of Bald decedent and for the appointment of Bethel Fink as Executrix, which Will is on file In this Court and open to Inspection: IT is ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 24th day of December, 1958. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court in the probate court room In the court house In Austin Minnesota, and that objections to the allowance of said will, u any. be filed before said time of hearing; that 'he time within which creditors of said decedent may file their claims be 'imlted to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on the 30th day of March, 1959, at 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin, Mlnne-i sola, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In th-? Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated November 28th, 1958 PAUL KIMBALL. JR. Probate Judge (PROBATE COURT SEAM PLUNKETT & PLUNKETT Attorneys for Petitioner Austin, Minnesota File No. 118-J6 Dec. 1, 8. 15 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF FOREIGN WILL. LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON STATE OP MINNESOTA County ot Mower—ss In Re Estate dent. In Probate Court of L. H. Prell, Dece- past. able until January. DIAMONDS ... A SAFE DIVESTMENT 'The foct that a much large/ fortune in ferns can be carried than in gold, and that in unexpected times of need they can be converted into the necessities of life, make diamonds «| a liquid atiet extraordinarily desirable. Diamonds pay ' important dividend! in the pride and pleasure brought to their owners: >t cored for, they do not deteriorate in general end dc not fluctuate widely in value. „ Therefore, if the need arlsei, a portion ol the original cost can always be realised quickly on forced talc- BOGCB'S CREDIT JEWELERS 12$ N. Main Austin Select Your Diamonds in tha Privacy of Our New Dianond Room A Trusted JtwcUr It Your Best Advisor Authenticated copies of the last Will of said decedent and of the In„-_ —i strument admitting It to probate In absence of letterman! the Dlf >trict court in the county of ha i. h P in* *^h.r.«l Seen^d" wlt^u * P^tlUon M well H. Kocl praying for the allowance of suld Will In this Court aud for the appointment of Lowell H. Kocl and Joseph R. Gundersoii as ad- ininlstrutors with the Will Annexed IT IS ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 15th day of December, 1958. at 10 o'clock A M . before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin Minnesota; that the time within which creditors of s»ld deceden' may rile their claims be limited to four months from the date hereof, and that the claims so filed be heard on the 16th day of March, 1959, at 10 0 clock A. M.. before thu Court In the probate court room In the court liou.se In Austin, Minnesota and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order lu the Austlu Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Duted November Hth. 1958. LUCILLE BAUDLER Clerk of Probate Court 1 PROBATE COURT SEAL) JOSEPH R. CU.NDERSON Attorney for Petitioner Medical Arts Bul'.dliig Albert L*u. Minn. Kilt Nu. llBia Nov. 17. M, Dec. 1 LHTMIMMEI • MnilWI I STMLIH WOOL SHIRTS Gam* and Lak* tntirely wathablt all wool shlrti. F!n«r tailoring in n«w pat. t»rn$. Compare yrith any thirtl $ 13 95 ° $ 15 95 By Hart, Shaffner & Mar. *45 »*85 Select a Suit for Dad - - - We'll Gladly Make Alterations After Christmas! 9E OUR«MWTH WARDROBE PLAK ^ - ' 0 ,E!ft!r^-^ in 12 6>*y woniniy pay^ .11 u »|lfta|tct- ed at one time 1 . _ g ?-&&&&& SLACKS What man «v»r had too many slacks? We'll mako any n.c.uary alterations after Christmas. 10 95 ° $ 22 50 HATS May w, suggest a new Dobbs or Champ hat? We'll exchange for right site or style after Christina*. $ 8 95 '° $ 20°° Also the New Bowler by Dobbs $13.50 Downtown Store Open Tonight and Friday Nite This Week ' Shopping Center Store Open Every Night SWEATERS The finest array in this area! Slip over and coat styles, including 4 holers. $ 6 95 ° $ 16 95 Sport Shirts Large stock of popular McGreg. or* to $8.95. (Ernest up »• $15.00) $4 $5 $395 Belts by Paris Many new colors and styles. All beautifully boxed for gift giving. WASHABLE JACKETS 3£*» «wia SPORT COATS tin. Alligator Belts at $10.95 Visit our Gift Bar. Here you'll find ideas that are different for the*e hard>to-please men. $1.50 to $19.95 You're bound to please here. •ltd coUrs. $25 ,,$39.95 Hart, Shaffnar «r Man, $50 * $55 ••••••••M^^^BMMMM^mMMIIMMIBM Gift CartificatM 'available In any amount you chats*. Ut him make hit •wn choice after Chriitmac. We could go on indefinitely with gift suggestions,,, but why not stop in and mako your selections from the largest stock of man's and boys 'wear in Southern Minnesota, and we're not kidding. VISIT OUR NEW DOWNTOWN BOYS' DEPARTMENT ON TNE BALCONY. Both Stores have a Complete Stock of Boys' Wear from size 6 to 20 Dress Right when you look your best, you do your best! Two Fine Well Stocked Stores LEUTitSLD-BBUER Downtown and Sterling Shopping Center

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