The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1954 · Page 22
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February 25, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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F«b. 15, 1954 CM? OUfc*-C»i*tt«, M»»on Ciljr, Wont Changes- Cage Rules Probably to Remain Same NEW YORK (UP).--It's now certain that a carload of suggestions to change basketball rules will be offered next month when the coaches hold their annual powwow, but it's not at all certain that ev'eii one important change will be made, · ',The rules come, up for, possible revision when'the NttionarAssoci- ation 'of '"fCollegiite Basketball Coaches holds its 'annual meeting in ^ansas City in'conjunction with the NCAA^tournament. And rightjnow a preview of that meeting looks,like it could be a retake of Jast'year's--most of the coaches agreeing that they don't like the present rules too much, but not agreeing on how to change 'em. , At a; New York meeting of college court tutors the other day, for example, seven of the eight men present agreed that they watited\rule changes -- and they suggested seven entirely different changes. Among the most sweeping pro- posals made so far are those offered by Coaches Ed Rickey of St. Louis, Howard Hobson of Yale, and Ken Norton of Manhattan. And those three top mentors don't conic close to agreeing on what" they want. WOMAN HONORED CHARLES CITY -- Mrs. George Palmer observed her 85th birthday. A group of neighborhood women; met with her in the morning when cake and coffee · were served. The three-tiered angel- food cake was baked by Mrs. Lyle Kyle. There were 85 candles on the cake. The wholesale value of motor vehicles produced in 1952 was estimated at $9,000,000,000. ITS ALL MEAT AND READY TO EAT BONELESS -SKINLESS NATURAL JUICES · GELATIN E A D Y T O E · " ' * " · t . O E C K E H l S O I I J TENDER! COOKED! BONELESS! SKINLESS! "FOR THAT A P P E T I Z I N G SUGAR CURED FLAVOR" the newMer-Iowana Canned fifcnic Trout, Perch Fishing Seasons to Open March 1 Ipwa anglers.are reminded that iwo new. fishing seasons will begin on March 1, the date when the new 1954 fishing regulations become effective., ' ..... All species of trout and yellow perch will be open to fishing on that date, and will be under a. continuous o p e n season thereafter. Daily fishing hours for'trout;.will continue to be from 5 a.m. to 9 p. m., with a catch and possession limit of eight fish. The daily catch AP Wlrephoto DEJECTED TRIO--Nancy Bannister, 5, and Elttm Woodward, 7, along with Nancy's mongrel, "Spat," are a sad trio as they sit on the steps of the exhibitors' entrance to the Boston Dog Club. They wanted to enter "Spat" in the annual show but to their disappointment the event was open only to dogs with pedigrees. Wildcat Success? Simple-Just Hit the Hoop CHICAGO (UP) -- Waldo Fisher had a simple explanation Thursday why his downtrodden Northwestern University basketball team suddenly has become one of the tsvo hottest teams in the tough Big Ten conference. "We just started to hit," he said. Fisher couldn't quote figures to prove his point, but the Wildcat publicity specialist, Walter Paui- son, could. '-We've hit 44 per cent of our field goal shots in the last five games," he said. "Forty-eight per cent against Ohio State, 45 against Indiana, 47 against Michigan, 41 against Purdue a n d 40 against Michigan State." The Wildcats, who had won only one of seven conference games previously, won all five of these battles, e v e n upsetting Indiana then top ranked in the nation. To day Northwestern boasts a .500 rating in conference play. The fifth place position in the conference w a s what surprised Fisher. Before the season began he had a doleful outlook. "We have the same boys we had last year," he said, "and we didn't win then. So how can we expect to win now?" Fisher said, though, that his club had developed despite t h e loss through ineligibility o£ guard John Biever, because of two of his players, Frank Pctrancek and Larryj Kurka, had recovered from illnesses. SHOP AT YOUR HOME OWNED COFFEE FROZEN FOODS PEAS, 2 Pkgs. Wholsun ORANGE % J U I C E . . * OLEO SHURFRESH ..... ......... ; ., lb. 21C BLEACH BRIARDALE ........... , gal. APPLES 4 Ibs. 59c CARROTS 19c Crisp Heads LETTUCE each 13c TOMATOES tube 2?c Juicy ORANGES doz. 29c Fresh, Pure Ground Beef lb.3Sfc Lean, Tender BEEF ROAST lb. 4Sc ROUND or SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 65c Minced Ham lb.3Sc · WE'RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CUT JRAT-E GROCERY, 512 First S. W. -- Phone 112 JAMES GROCERY, 2424 So. Jefferson -- Phone 1287 KLUXER'S MERCANTILE -- Nora Springs/ Iowa UVILLE'S CAROLINA GROCERY, 703 So. Carolina ,' t Phone 226 SUGAR . . . . . 51bs.49c Carnation MILK . . . 3 tall cans 39c Briardale PEACHES . . . 2cans59c PEAS^ L M 3con,39c Case $3.11 COOKIES OREO P '£39c TIDE Bring Us Your Coupons pkg. 25c SPAM Ready to Eat 49c Briardale PORK BEANS.. 2 cans 29c ORANGE JUICE . . . can 2?c limit of yellow .perch will be 15, with a possession limit of 30. Other, speqies of fish now open to fishing include crappies, yellow bass, wArmouth bass, sunfish and bluegills. These fish will continue to bo on the "continuous fishing" list, but with a change in possession limits. ' On March 1, the new possession limit of these fish will bo 30, with the daily cat,ch limit remaining at 15. · A continuous open season is also in effect for bullheads, and : under the new regulations they will have a dally catch limit of 25 and a possession limit of 50. TV EXCITEMENT LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UP)--Janic Jo Doran, 4, got so excited watch- ing space ships on television she punctured the inside o[ her mouth with a safety pin. Her m o t h e r called police who removed the .pin which caused no/serious damage. Jones Replaces Wally Rise's TV Club Secretary IOWA C I T Y--E. K. Jones will succeed Wally Ris as secretary of the "I" Club of the University oC Iowa, effective March 1, it was announced Wednesday by the organization. Ris, who has served as secretary for the past three years, has accepted a position with the Reidj Ray Film Industries of St. Paul, Minn. He will be the company's representative in Iowa and will continue his residence in l o w ' a City. : . . . . ' . As secretary o£ the "I" Club Jones will supervise and carry out the objectives of the club. The "I" Club is an organization of individuals who are interested in encouraging \yorthy students to attend the University of Iowa. The dues of the club are S10 per year and provide scholarships for students who meet certain scholastic standards determined by the university. The "I" Club is composed of men and women interested in the club's program. Their membership includes · m a n y who have not attended the university, as well as graduates of the institution. Jones, the new secretary, was graduated from the University of [owa in 1951 and since that time has been assistant alumni secretary of the Iowa Alumni Association. While attending the university, he was active in campus activities, being chosen "Hawkeye Man of, the Y e a r" in 1950. His home originally was Osceola. Jones is married and lives in Iowa City now. Briardale FLOUR . . . 5-lb.bag39c WHEATIES . . 2pkgs29c Morton's SALT . . . . . . tube lie No Dodger Tryout for Rex Barney VERO BEACH, Fla. (UP,)--Walt Alston, rookie manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, learned Wednesday there's a limit, after all, to what he is expected to accomplish. Club President Walter O'Malley emphatically turned-'down former Brooklyn wildman Rex Barney's request to work out with the Dodgers, -stating, "We have no intention of launching another Rex Barney reclamation project." Barney is on the roster of the Dodgers' St. Paul farm club which also uses the parent club's training base. So Alston's assignment still is only to beat the New York Yankees in the World Series next October. THIS HAD TO BE BOSTON (UP) -- Among occu pations listed by men who recently joined the Massachusetts State Police wero those of a butcher baker and, of course, candlestick maker. SUPERETTE Food Center 1323 NORTH FEDERAL FREE PARKING Decker's Quality Beef Pot Roast Beat Cute lb. 49 Decker'* 'Skinless FRANKS Pound 39 Spring Chickens, Pan-Ready, 2 to 1V\ lb. Avg. 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