The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 8, 1958 · Page 11
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 11

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11 QUEEN OF THE COURT — Hardin-Slmmons University's basketball hopes center on Border Conference standouts Doyle Edmlston (left), 6-7 forward, and Carl Knight, 6-8 center. But as long as Ann Regan, brunette, is around it'll be a successful season. College Grid Season Over; Bowls Remain The only thing left of the 1958 college football season today is the postseason bowls. The last six diehards wrote finis to the regular schedule Saturday. The first of the larger bowls is on tap this Saturday when Oklahoma State and Florida State inaugurate the Blue Grass Bowl in Louisville before a national television audience. The other 10 major bowl combatants finish a brief vacation and return to the practice field today for workouts ranging from one-a-day outdoor drills in full togs to limbering up conditioning inside a gymnasium. Coach Paul Dietzel, with a new five-year contract from Louisiana State, leads his national champion team back to the practice field to prepare for the Sugar Bowl with Clemson Jan. 1. All 33- IS YOUR NIAN A LION? Doe* h« pote w ktag of MUts-thoush he treats you In princely fashion. P He'i fond of striking lordly attitude*, eipediHy ta range of • mimx. then you can be sure he'll like SHAVING LOTION f|00 n.ui TAX Perfect for any man members of his squad are reported In top shape. Big Ten champ Iowa begins looking for a way to stop quarterback Joe Kapp of California in the Rose Bowl. Texas Christian Coach Abe Martin has warned his Horned Frogs that they must solve the passing of Richie Mayo If they want to beat Air Force in the Cotton Bow. Syracuse will work in its gym until it leaves for North Carolina State this weekend to continue drills for the Orange Bowl game against Oklahoma. Excessive snow on the upstate New York campus has brought unrealistic playing conditions. Gator Bowl foes Mississippi and Florida get set for their Dec. 27 battle at Jacksonville, the only one of the major bowl affairs before New Year's Day. The University of Hawaii, which opened the regular season on Sept. 13 with a 51-0 loss to Kentucky, finished the campaign on a similar note, losing 47-20 to Utah Saturday. Boston College belted Holy Cross 26-8 while Miami won only its second in 10 starts with a 2-0 upset of Oregon. Arizona State • (Flagstaff) defeated Gustavus Adolphus 41-12 and will meet Northeast Oklahoma in the Holiday Bowl Dec. 20 in St. Petersburg. The Okies qualified for the NAIA attraction by defeating St. Benedicts of Kansas 19-14. At Natchitochee, La., Northwest Louisiana State won the Christmas Festival Bowl with an 18-11 victory over Sam Houston State. Davis Cup Sweep for Italian Team MELBOURNE (AP) — Italy made a clean sweep of its Davis up tennis Interzone semi-final with the Philippines today as Nicola Pietrangeli and Giuseppe Merlo scored victories in the concluding singles matches. Italy had clinched an interzone Final berth against the United States by taking a 3-0 lead in Sunday's doubles victory. Pietrangeli defeated Miguel 3ungo 6-2, 6-2, 6-2 and Merlo beat Juan Jose 6-2, 7-5, 6-1 for ,he sweep. The U.S.-Italy match will be played at Perth Dec. 19-21. The winner then challenges Australia. AUSTIN (Minn.) HEftALD Monday, Det. 8, 1958 U.S. Cuppers to Pin Hopes on Richardson MELBOURNE, Atwtralia UK -. Ham Richardson, regarded at the mainstay of the U. 3.' Davis Cup team although he never has won a match in the Challenge Round left his teammates behind today and headed for Perth to get read; for the Inter-zone final against It* aly. Richardson, as was to be ex pected, was the first named when Captain Perry Jones listed the four man team to face the Italians a Perth Dec. 19-21. The others named were big Barry MacKay, Dayton, Ohio Peruvian Alex Olmedo, Los Angeles; and youthful Earl Buchholz St. Louis. Christ Crawford, 19 Piedmont, Calif., is the other mem ber of the U.S. squad. Jones immediately dispatched Richardson to Perth, In dry, ho western Australia, to get adjustet to the conditions there. "I thought it best to get Ham out to Perth to see how he react to the climate," Jones explained "The rest of the boys will remain here until the last of our team i eliminated from the Victorian Championships." Buchholt performed sensational ly at Sydney and MacKay «n. Olmedo are in the singles quarter finals here. Jones emphasized that hi choice of players for the single and doubles matches against Ital. will be decided by head-to-hea! competition when the entire squa< reaches western Australia. Bowling Lead for Lubanski CHICAGO (AP) — A 200-aver age bowler couldn't even mak the semi-finals as the World's In vitational Tournament moved it* to the final day of qualifying fo match play finals in the Chicagi Coliseum. Eddie Lubanski, 28, Detroit won qualifying laurels as he fin ished with a total of 5,161 pins fo 24 games. This gave him a 19-pin bulge on defending champion Don Carter of St. Louis who Is automatically seeded into the finals. Dick Hoover of kAron, Ohio, th former all-star and two-time Mas ters champion, flniahed with 5,13 for third place. The women's division was paced by defending champion Marion Ladewig of Grand Rapids, Mich, who had t total of 3,439 pins Mrs. Ladewig, like Carter, is ex smpt from qualifying. Mrs. Ladewig'a was five pins ahead of the 3,434 shot by Jere Price of Fort Worth, Tex. in tin 16-game qualifying trials. The third woman was nationa all-star champion Merle Matthew:. of Long Beach, Calif., with 3,230 California Begins Rose Bowl Practice BERKELEY, Calif. «1 - Call fornia's Golden Bears start prac tice today for their Rose Bow date with Iowa. Coach Pete Elliott scheduled workouts for Monday, Wednesda. and Friday. The Bears will con tinue practice here until th Christmas holiday. Afterward, they will travel to Los Angeles and continue work outs at Beverly Hills High Schoo while bunking in the Ambassado Hotel. Elliott is expected to bear down hard on defense work, especially against passes. Iowa possesses one of the nation's leading throwers in All - America quarterback Randj Duncan. We Are Prepared To Assist You On Any Problem Regarding Life Insurance or Annuities ... ARN1E GABRIELSON Rn. HE 3-6292 UOYD BRAUN Rw. HE 7-4878 KERM NORTHWICK Rei. HE 3-4329 PHIL JOHNSON Ret. HE 3-8375 CHANCES ARE- ... You Are Not Saving Regularly, ... You Can Save Regularly. ... How Much Can You Save Each Week? Check Below and Mail to P. O. Box 45, Austin, Minn. SUN LIFE of CANADA DIAL Hi 3-2361 Jn Th* MilUr Rod Estot* Blda. Storing Shopping C*nt«r Each Week I Con Sovt $1.Q $2Q, Name Address LEUTHOLMAOER STORES OPEN EVERY NiOHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS! GIVE GIFTS TO WEAR! You still have time to do yoar Christmas shopping at both LeuHiold-Baner sloros for those men on yoar list... Hart, Sehaffner A Marx Shipped us our tntiro Lot of Spring Sport Coats //A DISCOUNT ON ALL SKY WAY LUGGAGE for Mm ft Women In 5 Celeral Singl* Pie or Entire Sen! OTHERS FRIGID FROM Just In tlmt for Christmas. If you want the finest for your man . . . this is it. i TO Fresh Shipments of Now Merchandise have arrived for your Christmas Shopping. In many instances we hav« had the manufacturer ship us some of our Spring goods so your selection will be the Last Word In I/ten's Fashion* Be Sure To Take Advantage Of Our 12 MONTH WARDROBE PLAN Select Your Entire Wardrobe, NOW, and Take 12 Months in Which To Pay For It. Your Payments Start January, 1959. Plenty of Blues In Stock $C COO AMn $£COO For The Holiday Season. *J«J AND QJ TOPCOATS Look over that old topcoat of Dad's. Remember that's the one you were ashamed to have him wear last year. You'll find the new ones hero! *50»*100 Last Week We Wired MacGregor to Ship SPRING SPORT SHIRTS • . . and they came just in time *THEY ARE FRESH *GIFT BOX FREE You'll Find Plenty of New Ideas /fere Visit Our Well Stocked GIFT BARS At Both Stores • Unusual Gifts for the Man Who Has "Everything." Another Shipment of New Styles SUBURBAN COATS Just In at Beth UuthoJoSBauor Stores // Still in Doubt We Suggest . . . Dress Right... when you look your ... you do your best! We Could Go On Forever Making Suggestions, But Better Still - Come In, Look Around, Well Help You. Stocks Are Complete In Every Department. But Do It Now! »W To. Frorn. Buy this in any amount you chocs* and he can mak* hit selection after Christ* mail SHOP BOTH STORES . . i IN DOWNTOWN AUSTIN AND IN STERLING SHOPPING CENTER BflUER

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