The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 12, 1958 · Page 9
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LEAGUE BOWLING AUSTIN BOWL Ctf Y IftAOUE Smlttr* faWrtt ....938 920 MB— KM Hivg*n'» ..... ........11(13 907 962—3032 Ktimtrt M ..,.,..,955 944 958— MM .... ..... 1007 907 949—2924 earn 2 .-,.857 715 Team 6 ....745 780 ream 7 ............777711 Unknown ...723630 Austin Bowl ,..«.. 8M 995 9«0-2941 vvoodland«r« ........ 872 913 9S2— 28S7 Ihigan* Sport Shop MO 633 88$— 2MB Hotsfotda . , ......... 8S1 903 89t— 2»45 COMMERCIAL tEAOUR M*d1cln« Men ...... 871 7BO 853— 2504 Colonial B«r ...... ..786 8S7 B42— 2585 Pioneer Seed Corn . .700 773 661— 8134 The OlalB Shop . . . .761 800 798—2350 R.inuesr Oolf Club . .606 859 822—2587 Aiutln Floral ....... 789830740—2359 Austin Herald ...... 793 834 Ml— 2498 niTtera ......... .....813 831'924— 2368 Cleveland* .......... 875 769 846—2490 'I cam 11 ............ 820 82« 835—2469 V luce's 8tag« Bar . . 842.' 938 815—2595 Nilte'a Clothing ....837 824 879—2940 Clnick Hall .......... 711 766 052—2329 Clilnamlen .... ..... 754 848 872—2474 Ucrhy Bar ........ ..784 949 84B— 2581 American Legion ,...825 863 894—2612 MOOSE LEAGUE Mooso Heart ........ 752853707—2332 U>viM Order ........ 855718832—2405 lUpe ................ 812 786 741—2339 ritgrlm .............. 768797751—2316 fellowship .......... 776 763 842—2381 Vuknown ........... 786749756—2291 Mooschaven ..... :...843 909 818—2570 Purity .............. 768 802 809—2377 ECHO LANES lllCinWAY 218 LEAGUE Klkton .............. 803 899 875— 257' Tomllnson .......... 690 898 720—2308 Hrlse Sc Robert* ..831 834 828— 2483 Trimbles Shell ...... 859 784 872—2515 Toolings Oarage ....826808817—2451 Trimbles Cycle Sales 818 844 880—2540 mm 11 ..,,,,, ..... 642 820 'earn 0 ... ......... 738763 Team 5 , ....... ....944 844 •earn 4 ... ......... 813 Sin ADAMS LEAGUE Rochester Dairy ..725 720 750—2195 Bachelors ........... 833 769 811—2403 Okmundftoni , ....... 738 669 627—2034 ichlMelB ............ 824 779 793— 23C6 Clayton ............. 608781837-2186 Miller Construction 755 726 747-4238 Adams Creamer; . . . .753 758 731—2352 armen Btats Bank 753 836 800—2389 Austin Austin Eleo. Serf. ..801 808794—2473 Cashway ....807 636 825—2572 Iltmsen D3C 820 837 1'rpsl Cola 788 893 ijvio Teachers 888 858 Aslil«y Diet. Co 901 609 ECHO MOOSE- .Courtesy 746756 Membership 766 879 Brotherhood ........695 843 Faith 685745 AW 671864 Progress 737 872 Charity 638799 Friendship 774 690 VFW LEAGUE Team 3 733754 Team 12 657 711 Team 8 809781 Team 10 700 760 920—2S77 896—2587 794—2538 834—2543 737—2239 827—2472 763—230! 679—206: 861—2396 782—237 638—2075 756—2286 697—2184 761—212S 786—237 748—220 4B1-M5J 755—5380 742-2230 7S7—5oiO: 8H>—S272 867—8388 775-4405 887—2466 Ml*« it Bill's ...... 723726737—2196 Fasbeeder Plumbing 693 747 802—2242 Super Value ..... .-..785 822 7H-*2 Mevier Chev. Co. . .726 849 764—2339 Johnsburg .......... 768 819 Adam* Merchants ..821843 740—2327 748—2412 Bowling s Top Five LEAGUE a, Brandt 566 I. Noble 533 L, Jannlng , 527 J. Parry .........525 - Kill* .525 ECHO MOOSE Moddentmn 554 E. Hansen 553 K. Helse MA B. Bellrlchard 6-M D. Ulven 500 MIO1IWAY 218 LEAGUE W. Austlnaon 576 C. Anderson , 55: n. Danley 538 G. Anderson 53i J. Larson 527 ADAMS LEAGUE K. saran 54ft J. Rflueu 525 D. Osmundoon 508 B. Flnbraaten ,...F,0 B. Klefer 499 CITY LEAGUE G. Hansen 65' L, Sellers 656 E. Sullivan 651 T. Johnson 625 D. Madson ..../ 617 R. Bellrlchard 61.* J. Roebke 6i; B. Kautz 612 M. eelgfreld 606 COMMERCIAL LEAGU^ R. Chaffee 654 R. Rlndfleach 606 J. Nesse 606 H. Osborn 56 R. Ostergnard 567 MOOSE LEAGUE J. Hagelund .< 61 H. Olson 58 H. Jarvls 56, A. Schmidt .....56 O. Johnson 54 CHRISTMAS TRAPSHOOt Kentucky and Xavier Snare Win Streaks By S!!EU)ON SAKOW1TZ Associated Press Sport* Writer Kentucky and Xavier "of Cincinnati, ball the NCAA and NIT basket- tournament winners last March, have taken right up where they left off last season. Both are unbeaten. Kentucky, ranked second in this week's Associated Press foil, and Xavier, No. 16, looked impressive Thursday night, clawed Southern The Wildcats Methodist .72-60 for their fourth straight While' the Musketeers coasted to a 69-52 triumph over lona for their third in a row. . Two sophomores, Billy Ray Lickert and Dick Parsons, paced Kentucky over 18th-ranked SMU at Lexington. Lickert clicked fdr 23 points and Parson chipped in Approve Rose Bowl Pact; Reject Ban on Track Aliens 9 CHICAGO (AP) — Contracts for the 1960 Rose Bowl football game are to be approved today by the Big Ten. Finalizing agreements with the Tburnament of Roses and the National Broadcasting Com pany, which televises the game, is a formality by the conference's athletic directors and faculty representatives. There probably will be some discussion as to the future of the Big Ten in the Rose Bowl beyond 1960, when negotiations would have .to be with a new league supplanting the Pacific Coast Conference, which expires next July 1. Such discussion, however, is expected to be off the record and extemporaneous. The Big Ten has 24 months to make a decision if hard pressed in getting a required | ing athletic eligibility to 4 con- majority voto of its members fori 3 ecutive 12-month periods after rn^f aneinn i\t H* A aAv*f afi I extension of the series. ithe date of enrollment. It is retro- eligibility to five athletes for recurring injuries and various other reasons. They are Dave Fahs, Michigan State, basketball; James Ger- . . - - i . . _ „» j .....u»up AWVMUI1 • Jib 00* means of financial support for ' rt GrlggaSi Minnesota) basket . Matz, Ohio State, football; aid Wood, Illinois, football; with lads 19 as Coach pulled away Adolph in the COACH FROM NOWHERE — In the strange ways of professional basketball, Tom Marshall of .the Cincinnati Royals, a substitute under Bobby Wanzer, wound up as coach after the season was underway. From Western Kentucky, Marshall—as shown here—kept himself on the bench. «, Lubanski Continues to Pace Pin Parade Rupp's second high for an invitation tended. The to the game is ex- conference may be Public Invited SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14th Come Early - Stay Late Entertainment and Lunch in Cabin Shoot Over 2 New Electric Traps For. Turkeys • Geese • Hams • Bacon Pork Loins • Ground Beef Cedar Valley Conservation Club Hiway 218 North FREE DOOR PRIZES DURING THE DAY - NO OBLIGATION FREE CHICAGO Iff) — Some of the nation's leading men and women bowlers make their final bids today for the honors in the World Invitational Tournament. There was a possibility both defending champions would fail to retain their titles. Eddie Lubanski of Detroit held a fairly comfortable lead as the 16 men finalists started firing in the final 16 games of the 64-game head - to • head matches. However, two shqoters, including Don Carter, 1957 winner, still were considered very much in the race for the $5,000 first, prize. i In the women's division, the title held by Mrs. Marion Ladewig of Grand Rapids, Mich., appeared up for grabs. At least seven of the 16 finalists, including Mrs. Ladewig, were considered in a position to take the crown. Only 1.33 Petersen points separated the first and seventh place bowlers. Tonight's final match will be nationally televised NBC 9 p.m. CST replacing the regular Friday night boxing program. Lubanski, who has often been a contender but never a champion TYPEWRITERS for Christmas See Them At Milan Printing Co., Inc. 130 W. Maple - Ph. HE 3-2055 in this rough match game competition, led second place Don Ellis of Chicago by 4.04 points. Lubanski finished Thursday's shooting with 240.15 points compared with 236.11 by Ellis. In third place is defending champion Carter of St. Louis with 233.10 points. In the women's division, Pert Phyllis Notaro of Brant, N. Y., a suburb of Buffalo,- Equeeked into first place Thursday by the slender margin of .01. Miss Notaro, who finished second in last year's tourney to Mrs. Ladewig, had 109.41 points at the end of 24 of a scheduled 32 games. In second place is former National Doubles champion Elvira Toepfer of t>etroit with 109.40. Defending champion Mrs. Ladewig is buried in sixth place but is only 1.29 behind Miss Notaro. Cold Weather for Bowl Contest TALLAHASSEE, Fla. W) — Florida State University's football squad, 40 strong, took off in near freezing weather today for ^ its Blue Grass Bowl date with Oklahoma State in Louisville Saturday. The temperature dip was welcomed by Coach Tom Nugent as an opportunity to get his athletes acclimated to the colder weather i they'll find in Kentucky. half. Max Williams was the Mustangs with 21. Xavier led all the way against lona. Hustling Hank Stein, the NIT Most Valuable Played last season, and veteran Joe Viviano topped Xavier with 17 and 16 points. Oklahoma State, ranked 20th, bowed to Baylor 43-37, being limited to just two field goals in the second half. Oklahoma held Minnesota scoreless for a 12-minute span In the second half to turn back the Big Ten team 52-45; Wake Forest withstood a late surge to hand Florida State a 73-64 setback; Bill Telasky's' 23 points sparked George Washington to a 91-67 lacing of Richmond in a Southern Conference fray; and Loyola of Chicago whipped Creighton 67-54 for its fourth straight victory. In other games NYU throttled Boston College 81-70, LSU downed Louisiana College 59-53, Colgate thumped Columbia 72-65, Furman beat Newberry 78-66, Georgia Tech topped Georgia 73-66, Louisville overwhelmed Stetson 81-47, St. Francis (Pa.) upended Westminster (Pa.) 71-65 and Marshall (W.Va.) overcame Western Michigan 78-63 in a Mid-American Con-' ference game. * Sanders Tops Sanford Open Howkeyes Continue Light Grid Drills IOWA CITY UP)-*- The Iowa Hawkeye's apparently are saving the heavy work on their Rose Bowl preparations until they get out oi the Iowa cold and into warmer climate in California. The football team practiced indoors for 45 minutes working in pads. The units alternated in running offensive plays and defensing Bear plays. The Hawks are due to leave for California next Wednesday. MARSHALLTOWN Ml -Entries Thursday,'were open Friday for the annual first two low a Amateur Athletic Union men's basketball tournament to start here Feb. 22 Sponsors sale up to 21 teams will be accepted. Defending champion is Sanitary Farms Dairy of Cedar Rapids all and baseball, olff, Iowa, football. and Melton Thursday's action in the Big iactive to Dec embcr, 1957. Ten's annual winter sessions in • eluded: Faculty men restored a year's Athletic directors rejected a track coaches' proposal to ban aliens from NCAA track and field championships. Representatives., ruled an ath - lete must file a statement of for each school year. They also re affirmed a proposal to limit aid tenders to athletes in the upper two-thirds of their high school graduating class on a scholastic mis. The faculty group bolstefed the so-called red shirting rule, limit- FIGHT RESULTS 1X>S ANGELES — Davey Moore, 128, Springfield, Ohio, knocked out Rlcar- do Moreno, 127, Mexico, 1. PORTLAND, Ore. — Denny Moy«r, 151, Portland, outpointed Tony Du pan, 153, New Orleana, 10. BOISE, Idaho — Eddie Cotton, 164, Seattle, outpointed Boque Mara villa, 172, Boise, 10. CLABEMONT, N. H. — Tommy Oar. row, 137, Claremont, knocked out Lester Gonzalec, 144, Boston, 2. ENTRIES OPEN The group also added teeth to e penalty of athletic staff embers violating the financial! d regulation thus facing dismis-l il. The new interpretation also ! ill effect anyone who encourages: uch a violation or anyone who: onceals information from, the! ommissloner when it is sought.! ' AUSTIN fMlnn.l MfRAlO Fridoy, Dec. 12, 1958 i Funeral Scrviets for Football Great BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) ~ Funeral services were held here today for Joseph (Mike) Donahue, 84, charter member of ftttrtball'* Hall of Fame, who died Thursday after an illness of several months. The pint-sized native of County Kerry, Ireland, came to the t/nit- ed States when he was 12. He was educated at Yale, where he wbn letters in five sports, He coached football teams at Alabama Polytechnic Institue (Auburn) and Louisiana State University. In 19S1 he was one of the <12 players and 31 coaches named for the football Hall of Fame established at Rutgers University. CAROL'S BARBER SHOP £01 N. ASH NOW OPEN FULL TIME Darol Tummelien, Prep. Poultry Party... Saturday Nile, Dec. 13 8:00 P. M. at the SERVICEMEN'S CLUB Blooming Prairie, Minnesota Sponsored by the BLOOMING PRAIRIE GUN CLUB Get your Turkeys ond Hams for Christmas. Everyone Is welcome to this Annual Party. Tell your friends . , . Don't miss the big event of the year. - FREE DOOR PRIZES - From NATE'S and "AXE" JOHNSON'S TO MAKE YOUR FAMILY CHRISTMAS BUYING EASIER SANFORD, (AP) — For resident of sunny Florida, Sanders of Miami Beach pretty fair foul weather golfer. The 25 - year - old former University of Florida golf captain marched through a chill, biting drizzle Thursday to card a fine 32-33—65 and second round today started the of the 16,000 San- GENUINE SHAKESPEARE Spinning Reel, Rod and Line ford Open Tournament with a one stroke lead over a classy field. Sanders' six under par established a record for the revised May fair Country Club course, where par 71 was bettered by 31 players in the opening round despite a steady, chilling rain and fairways and greens mushy soft. One stroke back of Sanders was National Open champion Tommy Bolt of Paradise, Fla., who came in with 33-33—66. He had a two- stroke lead over eight players deadlocked in the 68 bracket. Eight more had 69 and 13 carded 70. The 68 bracket included Wei Ellis Jr., of Aldecress, N. 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