The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 7, 1959 · Page 13
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Vonderbilt Coach to See Upset NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)-Vanderbilt's basketball coach Bob Polk, didn't see his team upset mighty Kentucky Tuesday night. He didn't even hear the radio broadcast. His doctors forbade it. But after the game he received the news and relaxed, saying, "it was terrific. It was terrific. I felt like they would do it. They were really great weren't they? Were you there?" Polk suffered a heart attack nine weeks ago. His assistant, Roy G. Skinner, has piloted te Commodores through the season, which was a so-so 5^5 until Tuesday. FIGHT RESULTS ~ W1U Newort? . WooUward ' 162 ' . RICHMOND, Calif. - Art Bamponl. 137, Richmond, outpointed Jimmy .->eaf.ter, 137, Las Vegas, Nev., 10. Camille Henry of the New York Rangers is the lightest National Hockey League player at 151 pounds. Larry Regan of Boston, Kan Wharram of Chicago and Billy Harris of Toronto each weigh 155 pounds. NCAA Council Will Report on Any Code Infractions By JIM KENSII, Associated Press Sports Writer CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) - The 53rd annual convention of the National Collegiates' Athletic Assn.. starts officially today. And it could open with a bang and screams of anguish if the Council finds any member schools guilty of NCAA code infractions. The committee on infractions, headed by A. D. Kirvan of Kentucky, delivered its report to the Council Tuesday, but there was no indication of its findings. Investigations are conducted in the utmost secrecy so that an innocent institution will not draw unwarranted bad publicity. The in Kansas report. In sity of Southern California from probation, since the school has served out its probationary period The report of the NCAA television committee, which met in two days of preliminary sessions, was also expected today, but all indications are it will merely indorse the current program of restricted TV. It was learned the Big Ten put up its usual stiff fight for unrestricted TV, but was again thwart, ed by committee members from other regions. The number of national and regional telecasts may vary slightly from last year, but the "split-network device." an arrangement to City to assemble the met last month salisfy NCAA regu | nlions reqillr . o assemble thej iM g at ]east me telmist to origj . «,««,», „ »i r -, ReSSi °? "^ina'e i" each district, will probably morning, the Council was to dc- be retninecl Ululer thjs J * PlnP lr nnv onfinn tiTrtuM K« folrrt.. ! ' cide ,f any ac ,on would be taken Assn., swung into three days of intense meetings after making on the basis of ftndmgs by the in or more names are .shown "na-!time out. r - .lionally." but the network is split! fractions group. ! so tha| _ each area gclg mly ^ In a routine action, the Council i game, s expected to remove the Unive,-- The American Football Coaches probably its biggest news Tues. day with the announcement of recommendations by the rules committee. Lou Little, chairman of the rules committee for action at a meeting starling in Los Angeles next Monday: Return of the goal posts to the goal line. Further libornlization of the substitution rule. Retention of the current method of recording substitutions. Retention of the present conversion rule. Rewording of the one-arm blocking rule thnt would place less restriction on the offensive team. A rule permitting one player to confer will) his coach during a semi-annual LEARANC Top quality, famous make men's furnishings at clearance prices. Limited quantities will go fast. You'll find all sizes and styles - all in the tradition of Gildners - a leader in fashion for 60 years. DRESS or SPORT ••••••••• SHIRTS Longsleeve sport shirts, fancy dress shirts and white shirts — all from our regular stock. Sizes for most everybody in these two large groups. Stock up and save. Formerly 3.95 to 5.95 2 88 3 88 ONE GROUP - MEN'S ONE GROUP - MEN'S WINTER SWEATERS : JACKETS Imported Italian and Catalina bulky knits. Limited quantities. Formerly To 19.95 12 Surcoat and regular lengths in this group. Most sizes but not in all styles. Formerly To 19.95 $ 12 TWO GROUPS - MEN'S SPECIAL GROUP SPORT COATS STORM COATS 6 only in small size in the first group. Single garments in most sizes in second group. Formerly to 29.95. $ 12- $ 18 Save over one-half on some of these. t Not all sizes in this group but if we have your size it is a "best buy." Formerly 49.95 to 69.95 33 be sure to shop our V 2 PRICE TABLE • Slacks • Pajamas • Sweaters • Ties • Hats • Etc. (one of a kind, soiled and returned merchandise, etc.) BOYS' DEPARTMENT PARKAS and ' CARCOATS Formerly 12.95 to 19.95 • Sizes 8-18-Knits, Broadcloths, Flannel* • Formerly 2.98 and 3.98 1/2 PRICE LOTS i • SUITS • TERRY ROBES • SLACKS SPORTCOATS • TOPCOATS PAJAMAS • SWEATERS • SHIRTS ETC. C«* •• Kiwy DRESS RIGHT- When you look your best you do your best! Mims in TV Bout CHICAGO (AP) — Bobby Boyd, trying to regain the form that made him the No. 1 middleweight contender in 1956, is a 7-5 choice tonight against veteran Holly Mims. The 10-roundcr in Chicago Stadium will be televised and scored under the five-point must system. Boyd, a lanky . 25-year-old Chi- cngoan who licked the top of the middlewieght crop then skidded out of the rankings, counterpunched his way to victory over the crafty Mims in Chicago Stadium in HI5(i. Mims, :)0, battled him to a draw in Miami Beach a year ago. The Washington, D.C., battler NO JOCKEY — Rocky Marciano seems amused on jockey's scale at the El Comandante Race Track, San Juan, Puerto Rico. The former heavyweight champ sends needle almost to the 250 limit. MILLION STRONG NEW YORK — The number of golfers residing in Greater New York City is estimated at a million. Nasser, Grotewohl Agree to Relations CAIRO (AP) — East German Premier Otto Grotewohl an- j nounced today that his govern-1 ment and the United Arab Republic have agreed to establish consular relations. The agreement was only a par- went on in 1958 to score a surprising upset of highly-rated Spider Webb lick Sammy Wnlkerjtiai victory for the Communist and stop Johnny Cunningham. He preml er, who had come to Cairo- now is ranked No. 7 by the Na-lto seek full diplomatic relations Uonal Boxing Assn. and No. 4 by between his regime and President' Ring Magazine. Nassei , s B0vernment . Nasser ob .i The odds favoring Boyd are vi °usly held back because of the! banked on his renewed desire, ar i S 00 ^ relations existing between! ingredient that evidently had been| tlle U.A.R. and West Germany, i lacking at times in his unpredict able ring ventures. Boyd's defensive lapses have cost him six de LONGEST DROUGHT ENDS JERUSALEM (AP) — The Holy feats by knockouts. But he lias: Land's longest drought in memory nailed 2,') opponents in winning 51 i ended Tuesday night. The rains, bouts. He has dropped six deci-j which continued today, were the sions and fought to three draws. \ first in 11 months. Olmedo Hurt in Net Test; May Not Play By WILL oniMSLKY , PERTH, Australia (AP) — Alex Olmedo, who won hack the Davis Cup for the United States last, week, suffered a badly sprained stomach muscle in the Western Australian Tennis Championships today. He may he forced to withdraw from both the singles and doubles. Olmedo disclosed the injury after he had advanced to the semi finals by beating Rod Lnver. top- seeded Australian, 6-2, 6-3, 4-ii, 3-fi. G-3. ' "It happened in the first set when I reached for a ball," Alrx said. "I will talk it over with Mr. Jones (Perry Jones, captain of the U. S. Davis Cup team) and see whether I can play in the rest of the tournament." Olmedo and Barry MacKay arc scheduled to play Sweden's UU Schmidt and Jan Lindquist in tin- doubles semifinals Thursday. 01 medo's next singles match is scheduled against Andres Gimeno of Spain on Friday. Olmcdo's victory over Laver gave (lie American Davis Cup 'quad three players in the semis. Earlier MacKay of Da.vlon, Ohio, mid Earl Buchholz of St. Louis has reached the round of four. MacKay crushed Ulf Schmidt of Sweden 6-2, (>-<!, li-2 and Bnchholz whipped Spain's Luis Arilhi 7-ii, (i-4, 4-7. 7-5. Olmedo, a Peruvian from Southern California, had to singe a great finish to beat Laver. Apparently weary and suffering from emotional strain, he relaxed after winning the first two sets easily. Andres Gimeno of Spain also gained the semifinals by beating Tony Ryan. Australia, (i-2. fi-4, 7-5. HP is Olmedo's next, opponent. Wildcats' Ruklick Holds Scoring Lead CHICAGO :/V> - Northwestern's Joe Ruklick has regained the Big Ten all-games basketball scorinst lead and is ahead of Iowa's Dave Gunther by the narrow margin of six points. Ruklick has 243 points in 10 games—including Monday night's —for a 24.3 average. Gunther has averaged 23.7 on 237 points in 10 games. Ruklick and Gunther are well ahead of the No. 3 man, Willie Merriweather of Purdue. Merriweather has 204 points in 10 games for a 20.4 average. LEAGUE BOWLING AUSTIN BOWL ItECREAtlON NlVtfl'g R42 B<M AJO—2332 Sehelds Plbg. KM 802 S20— J457 Ideal Hontlnf? All fllo 7fl7—2C24 Us«m Chov B:U 811171)4—3486 3\\n UfO of CnnnclA »H 875 845—27611 Austin Clrnlii Oil SflS W6--2752 Lfifty'S Hnr ,,....80G n<ll 848—25SS Wftt.erm«tlc 877 801 IMO—2C18 ttfimm'* Beer n»7 824 ROC.— If,-,-, CHldnern ...012 Bin H7' J 2(Ui7 Mike's Bur .,., r,B7 ' SSO 7<M — ?Sil' Unknown RC,;I RIO ;I;M r>07 Wheeler mu am azn—scoj AUSTIN (Minn.) 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Tnii.ii/.cr fiiu Htimiy Brt'ad 7H5 draff Conocii 7011 A.WI.TS l.l-:u; 1108- B33- IT" lil',4 linrmaliy , vny Unknov. n 7(•.;') si-uy' .:..;;;:;;;;;;:;7oi H n \Vli 11 .«......,,.,,, fir,2 Helfflinil 700 2014 201!4 -2354 •-2221 K rule wife h to Boss New York Boxing i ALBANY, N. Y. (AP) - Melvitv Krulewitch. «3, is the new chair-' man of the New York State Ath-i letic Commission, replacing Julius i Kelfand who served as chairman' for four years. ! Krulewitch, a New York attor-; ney and a retired Marine Corps' major general, thus automatically' becomes a power in boxing. Krulewitch was named Tuesday by Republican Gov. Nelson A. j Rockefeller to fill a commission' seal vacated by Francis J. Souhan of. Seneca Falls. Souhan's term had expired. Rockefeller designat-j ed Krulewitch to the $lfi,900-a-year post as chairman. JANUARY TIRE SAFETY-CHECK DAYS IN AUSTIN In the interest of advancing motoring safety in this area, we are conducting a concentrated tire-checking campaign...to help reduce accidents and deaths resulting from worn-out or damaged tires. We invite your cooperation in this great safety campaign. WATCH FOR THIS CARD It means that one of our tire inspector) has Safety-Checked the tires on YOUR ear ... when you receive this card in the mail read it carefully. It could save your lifel TEAR OFF THE STUB Tear off the stub of your safety check card . . . bring it to your Firestone Store and you'll receive your Safety Check Sticker. IF WE SHOULD MISS YOUR CAR... Drive in to your Firestone Store . . . have your tires safety checked . . . and they will put your Safety Check Sticker on your car. Continues Thursday SCHULER'S Semi-Annual SHOE Clearance WOMEN'S VELVET STEP DRESS SHOES Values To $12.95 $588 TO $()88 NOW WOMEN'S CASUALS AND SPORT SHOES NOW Values To $8.95 TO GIRLS' DRESS FLATS AND CASUALS Values To $7.95 £*1OO NOW a/ott TO MEN'S City Club and Wesboro Dress Shoes Values To $15.95 NOW TO Service Stores CHILDREN'S Weatherbird and Happy HikeV Shoes Values To $7.45 NOW $388 TO $488 WOMEN'S SNO-BOOTS - Button Down Cuff or Side Zip NOW TO "" ' - "'^^^^^^^^^^MPBBMBHBBBHJ 15% Discount on 101 South Main Street Austin, Minn. HE 3-3439 House Slippers & O'Shoes SCHULER'S SHOE STORE "Home of Peters Shoes" 229 NORTH MAIN Alt Sale* Final • No Approval* . No Exchanges

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