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January 30, 1957

Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 10

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Dm In Herald 82 Wed.. Jan. 30, 1957 PORT Parsons Beats Wesleyan 89-88 in An Overtime, Tops the Iowa Cage Loop MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa Oft-Parsons defeated Iowa Wesleyan 89-88, in am overtime game Tuesday night to take undisputed possession of first place in the Iowa conference basketball race. The two teams were tied for first place before the game. Parsons held a 46-44 halftime lead, but Wesleyan pulled into an 86-86 tie when the regulation game ended. Wesleyan scored first in the overtime when Bob Ballard sank a field goal, but Arnie Ditch countered for Parsons. Wesleyan then took the ball down the court and shot, but missed. Parsons got the rebound with about 3 minutes left and went in to a stajl. With 3 seconds left, the ball was passed to Frankie Harper under the basket, but he was fouled before he could shoot. Harper calmly stepped to the free throw line and sank his first shot. But he missed the second and Wesleyan got the rebound. However time ran out before a shot could be tried. Stu Steiner led Parsons with 29 points and Don Gibbs paced Wesleyan with 27. » Delta Gals Win; Boys Fall in 4th Period DELTA f Special) -- Delta's Farson 58 to 48 · 13. Larry Mcllrath sank 16 for the , visitors. Actually, Brooklyn had ' built up m 16-11 lead in the second frame before Sigourney came back to tally the next 16" points for their halftime total. Sigourney led 23-14 at the half as they won the freshman-sophomore contest 43 to 32 behind the 22 point effort of Denny Heaton. Dave Gilhland also sank 11 for the victors. Stan Musiai Signs For Reported $80,000 BY UNITED PRESS Stan 'The Man; Musiai was still the highest paid player in the National league today and just as determined to prove he is the league's best batter. Mus:a! signed his 1957 contract late Tuesday for a reported $80,000, the same figure he got last year although his batting average dropped nine points to .310 from 1955. He was the last of the 42 ' players on the St. Louis Cardinals winter roster to Sign. Musiai, who holds the highest lifetime slugging record of .578 and more miscellaneous records than any other player m the ;, said he is sure, "the way nght now," he will capture ; the circuit's batting title for the seventh time this vear. THREE OTHER XATIOXAL league clubs, the Chicago Cubs. Philadelphia Phillies, and Pittsburgh Pirates, also were active Wednesday in the contract department. In the American league, the CHARLES HAWTRY (center), son of Rev. and Mrs. CHariet Hawtry Sr. of Ositaloosa. and Bill Simmons of Centerville. c«~ j captains of the Grinnell college swimming team, ar* shown as jthey discussed plans with Coach Irv Simone for * recent dual jmeet with Knx college. Hawtry. a senior, has boon · standout - in the free style events and has helped the Pioneeers go undefeated in Midwest conference competition. (Grinnell college ·photo) f OB RESULTS ~| . .. .. !P GH SCHOOI. Pella 1. Center-rule 41. Slfourney tt. Brooklyn 41 Monteziuna 58. Toledo 53. Toledo 47, Xotttezuma 40 · Chariton C7, Knoxville 47 Fremont C2, Barae* City SS. Fremont 73. Barne* City 43 (rirLi) Bddyville «7. Odar 38. v *TM'- Lac«y 7S. South S4. Lacey 54. South 4* (girl*). Lvccrille-Sully 50. Carlisle 38 Carlisle St. Lynnrille - Sully loped Loyola of the South. 79-53. for its ninth straight victory ar.d also a 13-3 record. 1 THE ST. LOl'lS victory mo\ei 'the Bilhkens into a second-place tie with Wichita in the Missouri Valley league at 5-1, only ·-·n- .game behind Bradley. St. LOJ..S and Bradley still are scheduled :o meet twice next month, on Fcb 13 and 23. , Oklahoma A M. ranked 20:h. rallied from a 15-point deficit with five minutes left. Then they battled on even terms, point for por.i 1 until Roy Carberry of the Aggies scored at the end to cut the fma! margin to four points. Jack MJIK- litz and Harold AJcora had 12 , points each for St. Louis, but 6-6 : Henry Kemple had 13 for the Ag- ·gies. Duke, ranked 19th but minus Ali--n y^ar exam "vacation" Wednesday r.-g'r~ and seeks to extend its per- :e*.t record to 16-0 against little \\Vs-.ern Carolina. Kentucky, the ration's No. 3 team, can gain un- .i^puted possession of first place r. the Southeastern conference by seating Georgia in another feature. Tracy Cagers Roll -r son boys came. ^ ^ aLllne came: L0 terl up with a hot fi- ; second attempt at a reported nal period to win ; ··sn nnn the nightcap 71 j to 58. I Kalinc signed after a Tuesday P h y l l i s Mc-| ni S ntom .f et » ^ * perS ° n * got i the L_ ,, Stimed in a stel- wno is one of tte few Bayers to a r performance i ma it e the big hop from high n the back court ( gd^i sandlots to a starting posi- the Delta gals j Uon ^u, a ma j or league team. the way against · Jim Billey had 21 points and Jack .Williams 16 for Wake Forest and ·Bob Vemon tallied 16 for Duke. j Louisville was held to a 29-28 · halftime lead by Loyola, but scored j 17 points at the start of the second before Lovola hit a basket to TRACY (Special)--Tracy's girls gamed revenge for their one-point defeat in the county tournament by whipping Dallas 67 to 44 at Dallas Tuesday night while the Bobcat boys also won 51 to 22. The Tracy lassies tolled up quarter leads of 15-8, 39-20, and 5434 as Sandra Houser sank 38 and Janis Krouse 21. Hunt had 20 and Warner 14 for the hosts. Tracy's boys made it their eighth win in 12 starts with easy quarter leads of 12-4, 28-6, and 4116 as Kenneth Veenstra got 14. Jerry Fridlington 13, and Merril! Ward 12. Ireland's 14 led the losers. S . OUte 4*. edrick 53 (cute) Russell 62. Boaaey 51. Bussell «. Bu*»ey 3f (cirta). Parson 71. Delta 5*. Delta SS. Pmnon 48 (Ctrl*). Tracy 51. Dalla* 2t Tracy 67. Dallas 44 (girl*). KeoU 56. AinsworUt 31. Burlington 70. Fail-field 5L Ztes Moine* Dovltag «9. Davdel 51. Indianola S3. Wusterset 45- Keokuk 75. Mt. Pleasant 27 Muscatice K. Ft. Madison JT. Melrose S3. Melcher 48. West Chester 67. Brighton 34. Tama 4«. Belle Plaice 39. COLLEGE . Simpson 63. Central 59. 1 Parsons SS. Iowa Weslevan SS. ' WartbarK 72. Luther 63. Notre Dame *4. Indiana 82. . St_ Louis 49. Oklahoma A £ M 45. Louisville 78. Loyola. La. 53. North Carolir-a State 80. Virginia S3. Wake Forest 77. Duke 59. Oklahoma City 107 New Mexico SS. I Washington 64. Oregon 63. j Early Panther Freeze Costly As Chariton Retains Loop Lead KNOXVILLE, (Special)--Knoxville's Panthers improved after a poor first quarter but the effort' was to no avail here Tuesday night and Chariton's Chargers- protected their South Central Iowa conference lead on a 67 to 47 ·triumph. t Chariton, now 7-1, moved a full game in front of runnerup Valley i which was idle last night and Indianola which made it 6-2 on a' victory over Winterset. Valley,! now 5-1, sun holds second place' HEKE AtE THE WHAT CHEER South high school girls who will be seeking their fifth victory when they play host to Eddyville on Friday. Now with a 4-11 record, the VVarrioretf es will also go against the strong New Sharon Drivers in a first round sectional tournament game at Barnes City next Monday. Left to right are: (Front row)--Shirley Ladely. Phyllis Tancer. Shirley Morrow. Sharon Cox. Shirley Burggraaf and Elinor McCurdy. (Middle row) --Mam* McKay, Marie Ladely, Loretta Synhorst, Virginia Krumm. Dottie Coulter, Mary Oawson and Cc-rh Charles Piper. (Back row) -- Sharon Sypherd, Betty McKay, Sally Beasley, Mina Olin. Carol Ridgeway and Laura Brackin. (Her* aid Photo) with percentage points over Indianola. Knoxville just about matched the Chargers after the first period but in that opener they ran ice cold and were on the short end of a 19-4 score going into the second act. The Panthers cut the spread to 33-22 at halftime and came on to trail only 43-36 at the end of the third stanza but Chariton again broke loose with a closing burst which left no doubt as to the issue. The Panthers, caught in that! early freeze, could hit only 24 per- ] cent of their shots with Graham] Fee caging 22 and Larry Ellis 13* to lead the way. Van Zee and- Cam were the top guns for Chari- j ton with 20 and 19 respectively, j In the "B" game opener Chart-! ton was also the winners 54 to 48 after leading 28-25 at halftime., Eubank led Chariton with A'ex; Barbour hitting 15 for the Little' Panthers. ' FIRE DESTROYS TRACTOR SIGOURNEY (Special) -- A tractor owned by Earl Noller was destroyed by fire Tuesday about 11:30 ajn. on a farm northwest of Sigourney: Russell Noller and Earl Baird were burning brush along the roadside when the tractor they were using became ignited. The Sigourney fire depart* xnent was called but the tractor Lt * complete loss. liled up quarter SHIP^T rVd S 7 .»: St. Louis, Wake Forest Sauer hit 24 for Farson. | r , . Parson's boys led 22-1* at the SeCKIM quarter but Delta came back! * strong in the second act and trailed Qf fnP only 41-38 at halftime Farson i had only a 53-50 quarter edge but I B ? JOHN GRIFFIN got hot in the final act and rolled i Cnited Press Sports Writer ewav I St. Louis and Wake Forest, two Larry Coble burned th« victor's 'mi«*ty good teams that have been ! hoops with 37 tallies while Don forced to P la ? "second fiddle" so ' Kerr got 18 for Delta and Larry i far m ^^ own l*ag«es. launched Williams turned in an excellent'. ^"^ drives Wednesday for a big- rebounding performance. S er share of basketball glory- 1--» I The St. Louis BilUkens, ranked !l6th nationally but overshadowed |in the Missouri Valley conference 'by llth-ranked Bradley, racked Lynnville-Sully Boys Win But Girls Lose SULLY (Special) -- LynnviUe- Bully's boys downed Carlisle 50 to 38 here Tuesday night after the Carlisle girls defeated the L-S sextet 66 to 54 in the curtain raiser. ! Tuesday night over the Oklahoma j Aggies at StiHwater, Okla., to season record to an 12-5. Wake Forest, ranked 14th na tionally but faced with the tough Lvnnville-Sully's girls held Car-'? 4 *,?* beat ff top-ranked North ,-,: ^ ,,,, -· o.« r»._.- »* Carolina, notched an impresKvi e Jts e «* *--v i *H t °^ an o^!f ^^° S P ^ n0d - T7-59TM-ictor7o7er DUke^t*Wins- lead and a 29-24 halftime advan-, ton . Sal N c t tage but the visitors got away in , 133 the third act for a comfortable' _. " . . . 53-37 edge as Bunce scorched the' , ^ , victories hoops for 40 counters. iranked foes stole Ford also hit 20 for the victors j while leading the hosts was Diane! Wisgerhof with 27, Pheryl Stew-1 . . . o v e r t a g h the spothght Lou.sviUe, the team - which wal- art with 13, and Kay Nelson with 11. It was L-S's seventh loss in 18 starts. j The hosting boys racked up , quarter leads of 14-2, 32-13, and! 37-24 as Bob Lewis got 16 and j Terry Schultz 14. Hughes had! 16 for Carlisle. I HOW con OB ordinary WAX APPI/C470JU Sigourney Defeats Brooks; In 2nd Spot SIGOTJRXET r Special j -- Sig- ourr.ey's Savages, who won the Keokuk county boys tourney Saturday night, stayed in a second place tie in the South Iowa Cedar conference here Tuesday night by trimming Brooklyn 61 to 41. ' Sigourney is now 5-3 in the South Cedar behind undefeated Tama along v.-.th Montezuma. Brooklyn !ej| the Savages 14-11 at the quarter but Sigourney took over 27-16 at the naif and led 39-23 going- ir.to the nnal frame as they h:t 41 per cent of their shots from the f:eid. Bob HoIIe paced the attack with 18 while Joe Hollingsworth had OH, MY ACHING BACK "ow! 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Get CouT* fiUt todari I Pte A New Coaling for CONCRETE, BRICK and METALS Wont chip, peel, ertck or Resists both beat and moistar*. A permanent, beautiful coatiac that's easy to 03*. Apply ONCsim --with brush, wax applicator or paint roller -- to painted or ocpatnted snrfaces, indoors or out E^en when applied to damp mrfaces, ONCBXTX drie* fast. te » gerttemt tplen. Abo iit black, tctait and dear Tlurrt; nothing tltt lik* U Orttr ttitmi»* PLENTY OF FREE PARKING points. IX OTHER LEADING games Tuesday night: John McCarthy scored 35 points and Tom Hawkins 30 to lead Notre Dame to a 94-82 victory over Indiana as Archie Dees led the losers with 24; North Carolina State romped to an 80-62 win over Virginia in the Atlantic Coast Conference despite 19 points by Virginia's Boh Hard}'. Oklahoma City trounced New Mexico, 107-86, as Lindon Lee scored 29, Hubert Reed 26, and Leon Griffin 25; Arkansas nipped Texas Christian, 62-58, in the Southwest conference; New Mexico AM rlo-R-ned Arizona Tempe St_, 95-80; St. Francis of Brooklyn edged American International 71-69; and Furman beat Wofford, 89-74, in the Southern conference. North Carolina ends its mid- Fremont Takes Two From Barnes City FREMONT (Special) -- Fremont's cagers picked up a pair of victories here Tuesday night at the expense of Barnes City as the girls won 73 to 43 and the boys took a 62 to 55 decision. Ths Fiemonc gals racked tip their I3ih victory in 17 starts with easy quarter leads 'of 14-9, 35-21, and 54-30 as Jane Estes sank 34 points. Linda Cook also had 17 and Betty Keaslmg played a fine defensive gan-.e. Cheryl Hildebrand got 19 for the BeeCees. ' Fremont's boys didn't win quite as easily as they led 18-8 at the quarter. 31-21 at halftime and 4733 going m:o the final frame before the BeeCees cut the final deficit to seven points. Larry D:rsmore socked in 24 counters for the victors while Larry Meldrem Mt 15 for the visitors. PROOF OF PROGRESS! Greoter Circulation! New and Speedier Methods of Delivery! Newly Established Herald Territory! The relentless search for new ways and methods to improve and speed-up delivery and fo offer carrier service tn more and more towns has led to one outstanding result; A POUND A DAY... FOR 14 DAYS WITHOUT SUFFERING HUNGER PANES OR LOSS OF ENERGY! There are reaily only two bask reasooc for reducing . . . we need to reduce because overweight is dangerou* or there is a desire m reduce so thai we msj look better, fee! better, be mote fit However, to reduce we must eat fen (fewer calories) and when we do e»t less we may feel the uncomfortable, almost painful pangs of hunger 'We tntj »lso become nervous and irritable because of the bck of sufficient Yitam,n* and minerals in a restricted diet No» ·with Kessamin Tablets. Formula yJ4^ and the Kessamio Reducing Pbn tbit can never happen! SEE WHAT THE KESSAMfN REDUCING PLAN OFFERS! t. A reducing diet (The KRsirato prepared br » pftrsiaia zad grce best possible diet. 2. VTomira 10 prncn; defiaeeoes CAUX oervoosoess, imtib:!i*y zstA c;ac - -.-.t wonvcnK feeling. Also scppfcmeoca! c-aerrift «nd iioo ID bdp prereat omrmooaJ taesw. J. Vlmniai phts tbe bulk. Ort-oxr oriiolosc. bdp oocmil masatai. «. The "haoga eoamt t*aot.~ Mcthyicrihilose. e rrdocc tccordiog to 8073 AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION FOR DECEMBER 1956 A Progressively Greater Herald Circulation! During the summer of 1956, the Daily Herald established motor route service between Oskaloosa and Montezuma, Knoxville, and Eddyville. This new service provides all the homes along these highways with same day service, and in many cases, only · few minutes after th« Herald presses have started to roll. r One of the first customers fo take advantage of the newly organized Herald motor routes was Mr. Fred Ketels shown here receiving hit paper. Mr. Ketels, who lives about one mile south of Montezuma, receives his Herald about forty minutes after the paper has gone to press in Oskaloosa. JMcKfSSON'S S« yonr drafgat. The Redocing PI»n a in aiKta Tabke. Formoli #14' *THE KESSAMIN REDUCThJG P I GUARANTEED TO TAKE OFF \ A DAY FOR 14 DAYS Of. YOCX BACK! TRY m K E S S AM IN TABLETS fl** far GkmMor Ob«:, r ) At All Drug Stores ! N«w earner i«r«ie* wai established in four more towns in 1956. Webster, Ollfe, Martinsburg and Pershing ar« ·11 enjoying the same service now that so many Herald Subscribers have enjoyed for years. This continually expanding territory provides a greater marketing media for the new subscribers and a greater customer "potential" for the advertiser. OVER 107 YEARS OF NEWSPAPER SERVICE NEWSPAPER!

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