The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 16, 1958 · Page 11
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 11

Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 16, 1958
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First Setback for Kentucky Has Close Call Bj SHELDON Atwdited PKM 8p«H* Write* KlfttM 8t*te, much to its cha- f rln, found out "you cwi't win 'em til." But undefeated Kentucky breathed t sigh of relief today after surviving a close call. Kansas State lost its first Moti» Gophm'Johnson 3rd in Point (tact CHTCAGO (AP) - Minnesota's Ron Johnson is in third place in the Big Ten all-game basketball scoring race, ranking behind a couple of Purdue hotshots, Wilson Eison and Willie Merriweather. Eison heads the list with 104 points in five games for a 20.8 average and Merriweather is second with 07 points for a 10.4 average. The top percentage shooter, however, is Northwestern's Joe Ruk* lick. Ruklick has 81 points in three .games for a whopping 27.0 average. In total pouts, Ruklick is in fourth place, one notch lower than Johnson who has 84 points 1 in four games for a 21.0 average day night, 77-68 to Brigham Young at Provo, Utah. Second-ranked Kentucky beat upstart Maryland 58-M in overtime at Lexington. It was its sixth straight victory, The K-State Wildcats played most of the game without their 6-8 stalwart, Bob Boozer. He twice wrenched his left knee and was used only about 10 minutes, scoring eight points. Sophomore Gary Earnest scored 21 points for BVU. The Cougars pulled away to a 16-point lead mid way in the second half after Boozer was forced out for the second time, Big Bob returned as the Wildcats cut the deficit to «6-54 with five minutes to play, but his ailing knee again put him on the sidelines. Kentucky had to win the hard way after trailing by three points with three seconds to play in reg ulation time. Benny Coffman drove in for a three-point play and sent the game into overtime. Adolph Rupp's Cats tallied four points on a basket by Johnny Cox and Dick Parsons' pair of free throws and then staved off the POLAROID* Land CAMERA POLAROID® HIGHLANDER LAND CAMERA Th* exciting gift that costs IMS than you think! Ideal snapshot camera—just snap, pull tab, and there's your print—In 60 seconds. New Panchromatic film gives magnificent prints—indoor* or out, dim or bright light. Compact, lightweight, •asy-to-ui«—single dial select* correct lens, shutter combination. Se* It today at AUSTIN DRUG ft. Paul «t Werttr St. HI 3-2105 OPEN 7 NITO A WRK Till 10 P. M. Terfs, whose record is 1-3. Charlie McNeil of Maryland opped the scorers with 21 points. Cox was high for Kentucky with 8. Eighth-ranked Mississippi State was the only other member of the «p 10 to See action Monday night. Bailey Howell produced 38 points as the Maroons romped over Arkansas State 98-71 for their sixth straight triumph. Beat Non League Foes Elsewhere, the Big Ten Confer* ence beat three nonleague foes. Illinois built a 66-46 victory over Iowa State, Wisconsin led all the way in downing Missouri 68-60 and Purdue broke loose in the second half to turn back College of the Pacific 7842 as Lean Wilson netted 26. Seattle, Ho. 16 was the Only other ranked team to pay. The Chieftains, who seemingly have not missed Elgin Baylor in the early going, beat Portland State 85-36 for their fifth success in a row. Duke Wins First Duke won its first in four out- Ings with a 68-61 conquest of South Carolina. Sophomore Bill Shinn •cored 32 points and paced Davidson to a 98-71 lacing of Washington * Lee. Nebraska bowled over Texas Tech 54-46 for its fourth victory at home. Marquette outclassed Drake 79-63 for its fifth victory in six starts. LSU hit consistently from the free throw line to humble Texas 52-47 and Rice handed Tulane its first setback in five games 60-51. More Running Room in Seals Stadium SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - It should be harder for home run hitters and easier for centerfield- ers next Reason at Seals Stadium, the temporary home of the San Francisco Giants. The front office announced Monday removal of the 10-foot centerfield screen below the Scoreboard That atretqhes the home plate center measurement by 15 feet — to 425 feet. That additional depth of 15 feet should help centerfielder Willie Mays although the Giants didn't mention it. It gives him more room for catches. But it will make it tough for the hitters. Not in the past 20 years has a ball cleared the scoreboard. 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The real problem is the flies. This West Australian capital, with its subtropical climate, breeds a strange Crop of these pesky insects. "You have to try to brush ,a half dozen away before you return service," said Ham Richard- DeMaw ..//..\Y/.:r>V^\~:«A\ a0 n t "and they don't brush easily. *» I • • • • The * are hard to discourage." Consider Ward Pen ""° *"* otad ° """"*"' for Terp Job AMES tf) - Bob Ward, assistant football coach at Iowa State College, reportedly is being considered for the vacant head coaching job at the University of Mary"and. Maryland Athletic Director W. W. Cobey said Monday that Ward iad not made formal application, but his name probably will be discussed when the list is consider- •son's cup teammate from the Uni-! versity of Southern California, said "You get ready to hit the ball and buz*, buzz, one of these things will land in your ear or park on your nose." Jtt? " Sioux Spills Denver, 4-3 out there. You know how horses keep twitching and jerking to discourage flies? 1 find myself doing the same thing." The players are experimenting with spices and ointments designed to keep the flies at a distance, but none has been successful. Center Joe Poole William Woodward's Gallant Fox was unplaced but once in 17 races. He won 11 starts and $328,165. N. ». (AP) blasted a goal with less than two minutes to play in a sudden death overtime to give the North Dakota University hockey team i 4-3 victory ovet Denver University here Moadiy awning. The two teams meet t|»in tonight on the Sioux ke. The overtime rally provided sweet revenge for the Sioux, who had dropped t M verdict to the Denver Pioneers in the finals of the NCAA tournament in Minneapolis last march. It also left Den- ' AUSTIN (Minn.) HtftAlS ft Turtictay, Dtt, 1*» tflt II ! ro Coach Murrly AfrtrtfWl without * victory ftt OfWtd f tfrtl sine* he took over Hit coaching duttel two fttffMi Denver was down S*l it point hi the tMrd frame, tort ettSt rbaring back to knot ttti outfit If 3-3 on a pair of foals with Ust than eight minutes left to lit* game. RAT fttCBAftfiS QtlW LOS ANGELS9 Cfl - Rty Rfch- ards, the Green Bay t>«ektfs* ft> femivt coach, announced hi! ft* tirement Monday. fh« tomtf IMM4 coach of tht Chicago Ctfdlttl* said he will enter prtyaU taal* ness here. R« joined tM Paclttrs 1 staff last year. ed. However, Cobey said that names are still being added to the list and no one has been discussed as yet. Ward said he believes friends placed his name before Maryland officials as a candidate. "I would very much like to have i the job," he commented. The vacancy at Maryland developed last week when the school did not renew the contract of Tommy Mont. Ward is a 1952 garduate of Maryland, where he was a guard for two years and an assistant coach six years. He joined Iowa State's new staff this year. Ward was an unsuccessful candidate for the Maryland head coach job that went to Mont. No Pay, but Players Will Use Pro Rules MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Although they won't get paid, college players in the North-South game Dec. 27 will play by professional football rules. Officials will move goal posts at the Orange Bowl to the goal line and allow free substitutions. Quarterbacks can talk to their coaches at the sidelines during time outs. The team behind will get a choice of receiving the kickoff. For Modern Life Insurance ITS MODERN WOODMEN $623,000,000 life Insurance In Force $840,000,000 Returned to Po/lcyno/c/ers and Beneficiaries Afters fxceed $207,000,000 DARWIN GRAY District Manager 1200 WEST COLLEGE Austin, Minnesota MODERN WOODMEN of Am«rlc» • Horn* Offle* • Rock Uland, Illlnol* m r^ ^ I WHEN YOU CAN BUY KENMORE AT THIS 1OW, LOW PRICE! Alabama was first settled by the French in 1702. Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION. STATK OF MINNESOTA. County of Mower—ss. in Probate Court In Re Estate of Harry E. Rossow, Decedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto en. titled; IT 18 ORDERED. That the hearing thereof be had on the 31st day of December 1958, nt 10 o'clock A. M.. before this Court In the probate court room In the court house In Austin Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by publication of this order In the Austin Dally Herald and by mailed notice as provided by law. Dated December 5th; 1958. LUCILLE BAUDLER Clerk of Probate Court (PROBATE COURT SEAL) PHILIP RICHARDSON Attorney for Petitioner, Austin, Minnesota Pile No. 11724 Dec. ». 1«, 23 Notice of Hearing On Acceptance Of Plat A proposed plat of certain real estate has been filed with the City Recorder of Austin, Minnesota, by the owners of the premises hereinafter described, which said plat purport* to be a plat to Southlawn Third Addition and said plat Is open to the nspection of all Interested parties. Said plat describes the following real estate, to-wlt: All that part of Subdivision 1 of Out Lot, 4 and all that part of Out Lot 5 located in the Northeast Quarter of Section 9. Township 102 North,- Range 18 West. Mower County, Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point on the North line of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 9, 903.48 feet West of the Northeast corner of said Section 9. thence West along the North line of said Section 9 MO feet, thence South 188 feet, thence West 60 feet, thence South «70 feet, thence East 600 feet, thence North 858 feet to the point of beginning, In Austin, Minnesota, , NOW THEREFORE NOTICE IS! HEREBY GIVEN that at the Council! Chambers In the Municipal Building on East Water Street in Austin. Mln-; nestoa, on the 2nd day of January, i 1959, at 8:00 p.m., the Council will 1 consider said plat and publicly hear! all persons Interested either in the; rejection or acceptance of said plat! and thereafter will act th«reon. i Dated this 6th day of December, i 1858. 3. H. WEILAND City Recorder Dec. 9. 16 Legal Notice ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION. LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS AND FOR BEARING THEREON STATE OF MINNESOTA, County 01 Mow«r—es. In Probate Court In Re Estate of Jens Peter Mortensen, also known as James P. Morten- jeen and James Mortensen. Decedent i Lloyd O. Mortensen having filed ' herein a petuion for general admln- tutratlon stating that said decedent died intestate and praying thati ' Amanda M. Mortensen be appointed administrator; : IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing' thereof be had on the 31st day ofi December 1958. at 10 o'clock A. M., before this Court In the probate court i room in the court house In Austin i Minnesota; that the time within i which creditors of said decedent ma\ I tile their claims be limited to four, months from tht date hereof, and I that tht claims so filed be heard on lh« «U) day of April. 1959. at 10 o'clock A. U.. before this Court in the probate court room in tht court h""« In Austlu Minnesota, and tha' notice hereof be given by publication' of this order in the Austin Daily! 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