Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 20
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 20

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 23, 1966
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MT. VERNON REGISTBR-NBWS CHRISTMAS OPENING t areached the grouna at tne U.S. Army Specu ,, f Jor the experience despite a slightly battered crate. Live animals are being airWted re| if f to be kept lor food when needed. mifMi DEL2.98- How do the states rank in scholarship of thefr high school students? To find out, th« v()v Council for Basic Education in Washington, D.C, took the National Merit Scholarship tests as a nationwide common denominator and figured out the percentage of tach state s % high school juniors scoring in the top 6 per cent on the 1965 test. Newsmap shows the j;]' results. Connecticut placed highest, with 3.22 per cent of all its juniors in the top bracket. J. National average wds 1.69 per cent, with 18 states and the District of Columbia scoring i',]' above and 32 states below. Syracuse Takes Gator Bowl Bid A CINDERELLA PLANE is this test yehicle built by -Lockheed. Wind tunnel tests haVe indicated the craft can be transformed from a slow-moving helicopter to a high-speed fixed-ving airplane in flight. The change is made by stopping the 33-foot diameter rotor blades and fbldhig them back at speeds of 90 to 160.m.p.h., after ascending in a vertical take-off. Enghieers believe a later jet-pow3red version conld fly forward at 500 m.p.h., and still land and take off using small sites such as roof< tops or jungle clearings, for either commercial or niili* tary use. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 196^, Coosf Votes Todoy Did Upset Give UCLA The Roses? By FRANK O'REILLY LOS ANGELES (AP) UCLA's surprising upset triumph over Southern California is recorded Iiistory, but coaclies and players in both camps are^awaiting still another equally significant decision. Pacific 8 Conference athletic directors meet in San Francisco today to choose the West's representative to play the Big 'Ten's Purdue in the Rose Bowl Jan. 2. On the field Satui-day, UCLA's remarkable effort against tlie more sizeable Trojans, produce ing a 14-7 victory, was the pix>duct of a brilliant performance by No. 2 quarterbaclt Norm Dow. Dow. called into sei-vice when Gai-y Beban broke a bone in his right leg ii week ago, had played approximately one full game in three years. But tlie 6- foot, 175-pound senior was unquestionably the outstanding player in the game. .\fter a scoreless first half, Dow took cliarge, loading the Bruins on a <12-yai-d drive and scorinc tnm the five on a rollout. use retaliated to tie the count on fullback Dan Scott's one-yard dive, set up by Mike Hull's 57- yard dash on tlw previous play. But Dow came back to guide the decisive march. The winning points came on Cornell Champion's 21-yard run. Afterward, Dow sat In thd locker room, cradling the ftm^ ball awarded by teammates. "It was very strange," he said. "I can't explain it. At the start o£ the week, I felt tremendously, nervous. It was the longest* week of my lite. Holiday-Time And The Givingt Easy When You Visit THE WOODEN INDIAN 1015 Broadway UNUSUAL GIFTS Imported Wines, Champagne, Cordials, Liqueurs, Brandy, Beer. Attractive Decanters Lot Us Help You With Gifts, Parties and Ctlebrcrtioni. PIPES — TOBACCO — CANDY Free Parking Lot In Bock Free Delivery 242-0474 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (.-VP) — Hard-hitting Syracuse has accepted a bid to the Gator Bowl football game Dec. 31. The Orange's opponent, to be announced today, will be Ten-' nessee, Mississippi or Miami. The Gator Bowl Commission announced Sunday that the Syracuse players voted unanimously to accept the bid. 1*% '1 First Quality Gifts For The Entire Family! CHICAGO (AP) - Final Big Ten Football standings: Conference All Games W t T W L T Michigan State ..7 0 0 9 0 1 Purdue 6 1 0 8 2 Michigan 4 3 0 6 4 0 Illinois .4 3 0 4 6 0 Minnesota —.3 3 1 4 5 1 Ohio State 3 4 0 4 5 0 ^Northwestern ..2 4 1 3 6 1 Wisconsin — 2 4 1 3 6 1 Indiana 1 5 118 1 Iowa 1 6 0 2 8 0 OSCAR'S HOLIDAY BARGAINS PRICES GOOD OPEN TIL 6:00 P.M. DAILY We Reserve The Right FRIDAY and SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25 and 26 TIL 8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS To Limit Quantities CHRISTMAS OPENING Italian jMiniature Lights, 35 Replaceable Bulbs. ; Set $259 Set Of 35 Flashing Weatherproof Lights . Set $219 LADIES' BATH POWDER and COLOGNE SET $|99 CHRISTMAS DECORATIVE PLATES Us* at cord holders or gift items. Make wall plaques. SALE 35^ MARY POPPINS GIFT SETS Bath powder, Beauty Tips, Manicure Sets 79^- MAVIS BUBBLING BATH OIL In plastic decorative bottle. Assorted colors. Each 79» MAVIS BATH POWDER and COLOGNE MIST SET $149 DUSTING POWDER In assorted decorative boxes. 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