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1O Dtc. 17, •• 19*4 Glob«.G«ztH*, Meson City, la. North Iowa basketball CHARLIS CITY* NEW HAMPTON VARSITY: Charles City 03 Now Hampton 58. Scoring Marty Millard (C) 22, Ron Han son (N) 21. Charles City is 1-1 in the Northeast Iowa Confer ence. New Hampton which Ice 33-27 at halftimc is 0-2. RESERVES: Charles City 47, New Hampton 38. WAVERLY-OELWEIN VARSITY: Wavcrly 81, Oelwein 53. Scoring: Fred Grawc (W) 28, Don Chapman (0) 19. Waverly is 2-0 in the Northeast Iowa Conference. Oclwein is l-l. SOPHS: Oclwein 51, Wavcrly 37. DECORAH-CRESTWOOD VARSITY: Dccorah 85, Crest wood 71. Scoring: Jim Burns and Jim Rassmusson (D) 18, Bill Seelc (C) 23. First loss after five wins for Crcstwood. Both teams arc l-l in the Northeast Iowa Conference. SOPHS; Crostwood 53, Decorah 49. BOONE VALLEY-VENTURA HOYS: Ventura 63, Hoonc Val Icy 47. Scoring: Joel Ilollatz (V) 1(5, Tom Anderson (V) 10 Don Lerdal (B) 14. Ventura led 2.9-2(; at half in North Star Conference game. GIRLS; ttonnc Valley 37, Ventura 23. Scoring: Beth Schlpull (13) 25, Phyllis CJrclman (V) 20. MESERVEY-THORNTON- LuVERNE HOYS: Lu Verne 70, Mcscrvcy Thornton 53. Scoring: Bruce Abrams and Doug Winter (M) 14, Bob Maass (L) 33. LuVcrne is 2-1 !n the North Star Conference and Mescrvcy-Thornton Is 2-2. GIRLS: Mcservcy - Thornton fit), LuVcrne 47. Scoring: Cnthy Kiihlcrs (M) 2(>, .Line Hanselman (L) 20. Mescrvcy-Thornton Is unbeaten this season. CORWITH-WESLEY- SHEFPIELD HOYS: Corwllh - Wesley 70, Sheffield on. Scoring: Andy Moore (C) 20, Jerry Hrockman (C) 10, Dick Larson (S) 16. Corwith-Wosley is 4-1 and Sheffield Is 0-4 In the North Star Conference. GIRLS: Corwith - Wesley 55, Sheffield 50. Scoring: Stephanie Rartik (C) 24, Rcneldu Schul/ (C) 22, Donnie Focll (S) 22. The score was tied 24-24 at hniftlme. GOLDFIEUD-KANAWHA BOYS: Goldfield fit, Kannwhn 51. Scoring: Hill Ihiscnuin (G) 15, Dennis ICIinson (K) 11. Gold field is 3-1 in tlio North Star Conference and Knnawha fs 0-4 GIRLS: Goldficld 48, Kann- wha 43. Scoring: Emy Carlson (G) 23, Lois Stuflick (K) 25. Knnnwha led 17-14 nt halftlmo. CAL-KLEMME VARSITY: Klemmo 53, CAL 30. Scoring: Don Strntman (C) 10, .lorl Hack (K) 20. Klemmo is now 1-2 in the Norlh Star Conference and CAL is 2-2. RESERVES: CAL ".0, Klemmo DUMONT-PARKERSBURG BOYS: numont 7'_>, Piirlcrr.s. Mirg 40. Scoring Jim Oonitta <D) 18, Roy Burlon f!'1 10. Du- Jiionl Ird 30-21 at halftimc. GMILS: Parkorsburp , r )3, Dumont 47. Scorinp: Bonnie Men- men (D) 25 Sandy Dickny (P) Conference standings BIG SIX W. L. Pe Maton City 3 0 l.OOC East Waferlc* 3 0 1,00 Fort Dodge 1 Q i.oo West Waterloo 0 2 .00 Cedar Fall* 0 2 .00 Ea»t D.M 0 3 .00 NORTHEAST IOWA Wavtrly 2 0 L00( Charla* City 1 1 becorah l i Crettwood 1 1 O«lw«in ^ i N»w Hampton 0 2 NORTH CENTRAL Clear Lake 3 o Eagle Grove 3 eagle Grove 3 Q Algona 3 i Clarion 2 2 Webster City 2 2 owa Fall* l 3 •lumbofdt 1 3 •iampton 0 4 NORTH IOWA lelmond 4 o Forett City 4 ] Like Mfllt 3 2 Norlhwood 2 2 Buffalo Center .... 2 3 Ot«o« 1 3 Britt l 3 Garner ] 4 CORN BOWL St. Aruger 5 0 Greine 4 o Rockford 2 1 Naihua 2 2 Rieevill* i 3 Nora Springs 0 4 North Central 0 4 NORTH STAR Rock.-Swaledaie .3 0 Corwlth-Wesley ... 4 1 Goldfield 3 ] Ventura 3 l LuVerne 2 1 CAL 2 2 vlesorvey-Thornton 2 2 Klemme l 2 Boone Valley 1 3 <anawhe 0 4 Sheffield 0 4 STATE LINE Armstrong 4 0 Tltonka 4 ] -akoU 3 ] Swea City 3 7 ientral 2 2 -edyard l 2 llngstcd 1 2 Rake ] 3 Thompson 1 3 Burt o S 24. Parkcrshun- halflimc. led 32-27 nt STACYVILLE VISITATION. LANSING ST. GEORGE VAKSITV: Lnnsinfi S5, Stacyville K. Scoring Tom Meyer (S) 28, Boh Wagner (L) 21. Slncyvillc led 20-2:i nt hniftlme RESERVES: Stacyvillo :is, EMMETSBURG-SHELDON VARSITY: Kmmet.shurp Sheldon .V). Scoring: Craig Lewis (K) 2(1, Vcllinpn (SI 27. Emmotshurfi led 27-23 nt half in Lakes Conference panic. TOPS IN COTTON . Southwest Conference trams have won 12 and lost 10 In Cotton Bowl competition. .sot .50C .50C .5(X .0<K l.OOC l.OOC .75 .5CK .500 .250 .250 .000 1.000 .800 .400 .500 .400 .250 .250 .200 1.000 1.000 .M7 .500 .250 .000 .000 1.000 .800 .750 .750 .667 .500 .500 .333 .250 .000 .000 Bfi. Scoring: Mike McDermot K) 25, Don Leonard (G) 21 First win for Garner after four osscs. Britt, which led 32-28 a halftime is 1-3 in tho North Iowa Conference. SOPHS; Garner 40, Britt 15. NORTHWOOD-FOREST CITY VARSITY: Forest City 71 Northwood 51. ScorJntf Mark .uod (F) 21, Glon Kittleson (N) G. Northwood had led 37-31 at half. Forest City mado 17 of 25 hots in hot second half. North- ,vood made only one of 15 in last uartcr. North Iowa Conference ame. SOPHS: Forest City 44, North- vood 32. ROCKFORD-NORA SPRINOS BOYS: Rockford 77, Nora prints 45. Scoring: Ron Gregry (R) 21, John Brandau (R) 7, Harold Albortson (N) 24. lockford held 46-14 lead at half n Corn Bowl Conference game. GIRLS: Nora Springs 58, Rockford 55. Scoring: Joyce Kel- 1.000 .800 .750 .750 .500 .333 .333 .250 .250 .000 NFL eastern goes to wire division title The eastern division tltlo In the National Football League hinges mostly on tho Saturday «nme at New York where tho liiKhly f nvorod Cleveland Browns play the Now York Giants. If tlio Browns win, they're the division champs. The Browns went into the nationally televised name with a 0-3-1 record while tho Giants had a 2-D-2 nark. Should IJio Giants fashion the upset of tlio season, the tllle then would «o on the line in tho Sunday fiamc at St. Louis lie- Iwncn tho second-place Cardinals and Philadelphia. St. Louis, which upset (ho JJrowns 28-1!) la,sl week, hus un 8-3-2 record. Should tho Browns loso and the Curds heal Philadelphia, St. Louis would take the Eastern title. The other final regular season ames Sunday have Green Bay at Los Angeles, Minnesota at Chicago, San Krnnrisco nt Detroit, Washington nt Baltimore ami IMttsburRh at Dallas. Tho only other Important spol in contention i.s No. 2 in tho West (Baltimore already has clinched the title) with Green Bay, ,S-. r ), and Minnesota, 7-5-1, In contention. SENTRAL-RAKE VARSITY: Scnlral 58, Rake r >2. Scoring: Tom GciUnnanor (S) 14, Marc Bondickson 2 Sciilral is now 2-2 in the State Lino Conference. Rake U 1-3. RESERVES: Scntral 33, Rake BELMOND-LAKE MILLS VARSITY: Belmond 79, Lalt Mills 32. Scoring: Neal Wadding ton (B) is, Tom Moen (L) 9 Belmond, which led 43-16 a halftimc is now 4-0 in the Norti Iowa Conference, Lake Mills i 3-2. SOPHS: Belmond 50, Laki Mills 48 (ovt.) BUFFALO CENTEft-OSAOi VARSITY: Buffalo Center 60 Osagc 54, Scoring: Mark Smith ) 55, Pat Mackin (0) 14 Osagc had held a 33-32 lead a intermission. Second win for Bison In North Iowa Conference SOPHS: Buffalo Center 31 Osago 27. GARNER-BRITT VARSITY: Garner 68, Brit ey (N) 39, rand (R) 24 Sheryl Van Den NORTH CENTRAL-NASHUA BOYS: Nashua 69, North Conra! 50. Scoring: Gary Olson (N) fl, Jim Frcdrickaon (NC) 14. Nashua led 36-24 at halftimc and s now 2-1 in the Corn Bowl onference. North Central is -4. GIRLS: Norlh Central 63, Nashua GO. Scoring: Sandy runsvold and Tcrri DeWitt NC) 20, Connie Walsh (N) 36. •forth Central led 32-28 at half- mo, RICEVILLE.ST. ANSGAR VARSITY: St. Anfigar 7fi, :iccvillc 42. Scoring: Roger lichanlson (R) 14, Darroll Anerson (R) 13, Brad Pcrau (S) l, Dick McKlnley (S) 16. St. \nsgar led 27-17 at halftfmc. lorn Bowl Conference game, t. Ansgar Is unbeaten this sen- cm In six games. RESERVES: St. Ansgar 49, Riceville 48 (ovt.) SWEACITY-RINGSTED VARSITY: Swea City 44, lingstcd 42. Scoring: John Marin (S) 10, Ron Knapp (R) 12. lame wns tied 19-10 nt half- mo. Winners have 3-1 record n Stale Line Conference. Clear Lake Lions nip Clarion 62-58 CLEAR LAKE — The Clea Lake Lions won (heir fourti Same In five starts this ie»oor ind their third in the Nortt Central Conference ba»k«tbal race for a fl-0 loop mark b; downing the Clarion Cowboy 62-M here Friday night. The starting lineup for thi Lakers played the distance in the tight struggle with Tom Wrestling OSA6I WINS 24.10 OVIK CIDAR FALLS OSAGE — The Osage Green Devils won their third dua wrestling meet in four starts this season by drubbing Cedar Falls 28-10 here Friday. Through the first eight weights Osage lad seven wins and a draw Cedar Falls won the reserve matches 26-15. »*— Funk (O) d«. Bojer g-s. 105— rrnei (O) dec. Mtutrlr 1»-0. 11} — Miller (O) dee. Sloddir 4-0. 1*0 — B lahnel (O) drew with OUi*n 4-4. 127 — n. Grimm (O) tfee. ]>aniie«i»« 4-0 .13 — Kitltr (O) dte. ai*»* S-o. 12*D. Jihntl (O) dec. Pelr» «-3. 145 — D A«k <O> Kunj«n 5-J. 154 — MoClfferej C) ««<). D. Ortrnm 2-1. ]»s—Loflen O) 4tc. Aimiii 4-1. Ilwt. — Jahl (C die. Soudtr 3:36. COMET MATMEN BEAT NEW HAMPTON 31-8 NEW HAMPTON — The Jharlcs City High wrestling cam won its fourth dual meet n five starts this season by drubbing New Hampton 31-8 here Friday as the best the osers could do was a pair ol wins and a draw in the 12 matches. Charles City also won the reserve meet 33-11. 09 — rinr. (0) die. Ruffmin 4-1. O: — Hertnoa <N) dec. MJDun 13-J. 11 — Blew»rl <C> ihreir I,flchtm«n 141. no — Nlit <0> dto. Rorlon 4-t. J7 — Moen (N) dee. 8*eh»r M. 135— <o»h (C) dec. Oirner t-1. l.tg — Ron C) ilte. Biltei Z-fl. 145 — Hlbbi (N) rew -with Spenoe t-t. 1M — Miller C) tie. Kooni 1-2. JH5 — fall (C) «e. Bill 4-S. im — Ftrrclt (C) dee. •tnnedy 4-2. Hwl. — Ellin* (C) die. »nn Z-<l. EAGLE GROVE MATMEN WIN 4TH EAGLE GROVE — The Eaglo Grove wrestlers won their fourth straight dual meet by edging Hampton £0-i5 here Friday night. Kent Spanglcr of Eaglo Grove recorded the only fall of the meet. The Eagle Grove reserves also won their meet by a score of 30-11. 9fi—r«lir« (H) dee. Moier 4-0. 103 —Dillon <Ht dec. 8loohdal« <-«. IIJ— Kelland (E) dee. Eltel 114, 1M — Ner»1r (E) dee, Orr 4-0. 187—SpanfUr tf.t threw llrarnmer 1:44. HI—Cnfeli (Et den. P»(len U-O. 181—Whltmtr* (ID dee. Abeli 4-J. 145 — Tldm.n III) due. Click 4-0. 1S4—D. Ohrlilen- lon (K) dee. Burni M. MS — McDowell (II) dec. M. Chrlilenien 2-1. Hwt—Ornft, (K.) dre. V»» Hltlr »•«. CLARION WHIPS ESTHERVIULE 38-2 CLARION — EstherviUe was nblo to salvage only a draw as the Clarion Cowboys recorded a 38-2 win In a dual wrestling meet here Friday night. Clarion won the reserve meet by a score of 27-12. US — B»el (C) piamd y r |t i3S. 10.1 — Ilrand (0) drew with Ka]| T e4 2-t. 112—Kerileln (0) dee. Ce«y 7-1. r.'fl — TouH'Inlu (C) pinned M. Dtlen AilT. 1*7 — Ritd (0) die. D. Dale* 6-2. 1X3 — W»t«on (C) dee. Fox U-0. US — NlchoU (0) dee, N«pp«l 1-0, 145 — Cramer ((U dee. !.«« 8-J. 154 — RESERVES: wen City ,10. Ring sled 46 ONTOOMERY WARD 102 So. Federal OPEX SUNDAY December 13 Noon to 6P.M. LAKOTA-ARMSTRONG HOYS: Armstrong 57, Lakota i. (Ovt.) Scoring; Stanlc' 'jnden {L) 20, Dick Barrett (A 2. Hnrrctt sunk Uic winning nsket lo Hive Armstrong (4-0 he State Lino Conference lead ^nkota i.s 3-1. GIRLS: Armstrong 81, Lnkota 7. Scoring: Sue Carls (L) 25 iathleen Erickson (A) 40. Arm tronii led 37-20 nt halftimc. LEDYARD-THOMPSON BOYS: Thompson 57, Lcdynrd 3. Scoring: Kugeno Dontje (L H, Jnck McGrath (T) 27 'hompsnn is now 1-3 tmd Led (ml Is 1-2 in the Stale Line Con (URLS: Lcdynrd 85. Thomp on 37. Scoring: Eugcnin Klockc I.) 4.1, Cheryl iJurke (T) 19 Ledyiml Jed 43-16 at luilftlmc. Partners each score eagles to take golf lead SKHRING, Via. (AP) - Tho gallery gasped when Dow Fin stcrwnlit, a .standout on the men's professional golf (our for more thnn a decade, snapped " ynnl wedge shot into the cup for an Gloria Armstrong, a player 01 only modest accomplishment In feminine ranks, applauded po litoly. Then she lifted a nine- iron from her bag, took a crisp .iwlnjj and holed out from 3J yards lo match it. The hnck-to-hack cnglcs came on the 352-yard, llt^i hole In Frl day's_second round of tho $40,000 Scotch Tournament. Mixed Foursome Main Start Only The event, sponsored hy Halg & Haig, is the only one bringinj men ant! women pros toRethei In competition. Finstorwald, trylnR to p himself out of a slump, and Miss Hagec shot a slx-undcr-par 08 Friday, the best round of the tournament to jump from a fifth place tie to a two-stroke tend. First round leaders Julius Boros and Betsy Ruwls took 71 and dropped back into a four- way tic for second. FIGHT RESULTS Dulcli Writ r-nllpir-J/ick Jf'hiwon, 131, Curacao, milpnlnlrd Walker Slmmonr 1J9, New York, 10. Hardliner (C) dec. Hunll«y 7-<l. A«kcl»on (C) dec. Sch>ncK 1-0. IIwl. —Slndir (C) pinned Wlli»n lilt. Celts boost loop lead to 5 games By Th* Attoclattd Pratt The champion Boston Celtics are beginning to pull away from tho field in the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Association. They whipped the Philadelphia 76ors 118-109 Friday night for their fourth straight victory and seventh In t he last eight games. They now have won 22 against six defeats, two of which cnme earlier nt the hands of the 76ers, and boast a flve- gflme lead in the standings. Th» Celtic* took »n aarly It- point iead and then held off a 76er rally that cut the gap to four points at 108-102. Sam Jones, who scored 33 points, led a Boston spree at this point as the Celts pulled out of danger. Lucious Jackson was high for \nderson the leader with 16 joints and Bill Morisky next A'ith 15. Mike Kailcbrermer lotched 18 for the losers. The Lions held the lead at '.he end of each of the first three periods by small margins but Clarion got in front 49-48 with six minutes to go in the game before coach Gary Boeyink's club pulled away for the victory. Shooting was good on the part of both clubs with Clear Lake hitting 45 per cent from the field and Clarion 48 per cent. The loss dropped the Cowboys to a 2-2 mark in the North Central. Clear Lake also won the junior varsity game 48-46. Saturday night Clear Lake plays at Eagle Grove as the two clubs engage in a battle for sole leadership in the conference race. The boxscore: CLEAR LAKE—«'J ro FT rr TP T. Anderion ft (Ml 4 ]g Mtrliky I S-4 I is This week af the theaters Grtblnikl s 4 i D. An4«r»n Wtrrm T«UI§ !7 CLARION—j fa Olion n Hull B Kalkkrtnmr n n McCUlltlH 8»nn ... (Ml X-4 Z-7 A-0 3-J S-M I *'T l-l n-i ft-O 0-1 ToUli Score by qu»rttri; B-ir, n (I) I'i) (.1) (11 (ear l.«kt 13 39 <B (a l»'l»n II 38 41 58 WEBSTER CITY-IOWA FALLS VARSITY: Webster City 69 Iowa Falls 54, Scoring; Randy Wilson (W) 25, Bruce Simpson !W) 19, Hocky Weaver (I) 17. iVebster City is now 2-2 in the »Jorth Central Conference while Iowa Falls is 1-3. RESERVES: Webster City 57, "owa Falls 42. HAMPTON-ALGONA VARSITY: Algona 48, Hamp- on 45. Scoring: Dan Merryman A) 17, Jeff Judy (H) 18. Merryman's fleldgoal at final buzzer won for Algona, now 3-1 in 'ia North Central Conference. SOPHS: Algona 34, Hampton 32. Shantz out of baseball He quits after 16-year career PHILADELPHIA (AP)—Slx- een seasons and 218 games later, left-handed pitcher Bobby 5hantz is closing out his major eaguc baseball career right where he started, in Philadelphia. Shantz, 39, announced his retirement Friday, explaining that no longer felt he could do the ob the way he liked to do it. Throughout 1ils 12 yean in the American League and four in he National, Shantz won a total of 119 games and lost 99. Noted as one of the best fielding pitchers in the game, he had won tho }olden Glove every year since 957. The 5-fool-7, 151-pound south- Jaw from Pottatown, Pa., broke nto the majors with the Philadelphia Athletics of the Ameri- EOBBY The Detroit Pistons whipp«d the San Francisco Warriors 104 100 in the other NBA game scheduled Friday. IMayer-Coach Dave DeBus schorc pumped in five field goals in the last four minute pacing the Piston victory. Wilt Chamberlain, tlcJellrwd for two games with a broken nose, returned to the Warrlon line-up and scored 40 points for the losers. In an offcourt development I was disclosed that veteran Bol •tit fitlding [ pitch«r for th« majors can League in 1949, and stayed with the A's through their move o Kansas City in 1954. Durin hat stretch, In 1852, he hat wsted a 24-7 season record t >e named the league's Mos Valuable Player. In 1957 he was traded to th York Yankees and pltchcc or them through 1960. In D«c«mb«r, 1960, during th Lmerican League expansion hantz was drafted by Washing with the VOHM lovers ^f teen ase problems teen age pruoiems. . * ' * * ge Palae « and L ^« Theaters. James Franciscus Suzanne Plesh. ette and Gen *vieve Page star in the new Warmer Bros, picture. Delmer Draves was producer-director, Yale defies NCAA Sends trackmen to AAU meet NEW YORK (AP) Yale announcing it would not be dictated to by any outside source sent a token squad to an AAU track meet Friday night in defiance of an NCAA memorandum banning such activity. Yale Athletic Director DeLaney Klphuth said the Elis took the action "at the risk of whatever happens as a result. "Yale does not intend to have its athletes used as weapons in this fight," he said, referring to the long-standing power struggle between the National Colic giate Athletic Association and the Amateur Athletic Union over control of amateur athletics in this country. The other seven members of the ancient Ivy League an nouncod agreement in principle with Yale's action, the first defiance of an NCAA ban on collegiate athletes competing in meets not sanctioned by the U.S. Track and Field Federation. The action came only a few hours after the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference, representing 144 Eastern colleges and universities including the Ivies, had called for a coalition of the AAU and the NCAA-spon- sored USTFF. In Kansas City, NCAA Executive Director Walter Byers had no immediate comment. His AAU counter-part, Col. Don Hull in New York said the Junior High program set at Hansell Philadelphia with 23 points. (on, which traded him two day Pottit, star of the St. Louis Hawks, suffered a "questions blc fracture" in his back when be fell during a game at Los Angelas Thursday. Bass have taste ior spoon, foil JACKSONVILLE, Fl«. Ml — Fishermen jay that occasionally a bass will strike at just about anything. But the bass near lere seem to have gone beyond he limit. They hit viciously at a homemade plug fashioned out of a spoon decorated with a tall of mclal foil Christmas tree cicles. Oldtimers laid they'd never scon anything like U for laying the bass. later to the Pittsburgh Pirates The following year, the Na Uonal League e xpansion sen him lo Houston in another draft Shantz was traded to the St Louis Cardinals In 1962. Earl last year he was sent to the Chi cago Cubs. Th« Phillies pur chased him from the Cubs las August IS. For hi* final season, Shant had a won-lost record of 2-5 and was 1-1 with the Phlh. Former football pro now on line for government LEXINGTON, Ky. W) _ For mer pro football lineman J.T Frankenberger has turned gov ernment prosecutor. After serving as an assistant state attorney general; he became an assistant U.S. attorney in Eastern Kentucky. Frinkenberger was a tackle at Kentucky in 1954-56, played one year with the New York Slants of the National Football League and three years in the Canadian League. PIGHT RESULTS M2H^?- LK u v J'-! k * b '. iro » l<!r ' I7S ^. *" ** "' " Htnry HAMPTON - Al Stewart, principal of the Hampton Community Junior High announces hat the annual Christmas program will be held Monday at i p.m.. The band, directed by Dave Hamilton, will play several numbers and Bill Melton will direct the vocal groups. Seventh grade mixed chorus, 8th grade mixed chorus and an 8th grade mixed ensemble. The concert is open to the )ublic. CHRISTMAS OPERETTA RAKE—The grades of the Rake Community School will present their Christmas operetta Doc. 16 at 7:30 p.m., at the school auditorium. The two-act operetta, entitled "Windows of r Christmas," is under the direction of M r s. Grace Anderson, grade school music instructor. ECAC proposal sounded rather unwieldy and difficult to administer. "Personally, I see no need for a coalition," he said. And in Cleveland, USTFF President W. H. Crowley of Santa Clara said he was opposed to a coalition. Meanwhile, in Chicago, the powerful Big Ten formally adopted a declaration of policy ruling any conference athlete ineligible if he participated in an event not sanctioned by one of the NCAA-sponsored federations, thus supporting the NCAA position. The whole squabble started several years ago when the NCAA, representing the colleges, sought a larger voice in the selection and administration of its athletes who engage in international competition, such as the Olympics. The AAU is recognized internationally as the administrative and sanctioning body for such competition and refused to relinquish its power. At your theaters {Times furnished by theaters) 2ECIL _ "The Young Lovars," starring Peter Fonda, Sharon Hugueny, Nick Adams and Deborah Walley, l:lo, 3;10, 5:10, 7:10, 9:10. 3 ALACE — "Youngbiood Hawke," starring James Franciscus, Suzanne Pleshette and Genevieve Page, 1:20, 4, 6:30, 9:15. .AKE — "Youngbiood Hawke," 7, 9:30. STRAND — "The Kettl«s In th» Oxarks," 2:30, 5:25, 8:10. "Francis in the Haunted House," 1:15, 4, 6:50, 9:40. FUN GALORE — "The Kettles in the Ozarks," starring Marjone Main and Arthur Hunnicutt, has the top spot on a double bill of fun at the Strand Theater, Co-featured is "Francis in the. Haunted House," starring Francis the Mule and. Mickey Rooney. The twin bin of comedy pictures is featured through Sunday. These are reruns of former top comedies in their respective classes. ENDS SUNDAY! Continuous From 1 P.M. 2 All-Time Comedy Rlotsl MA& PA KETTLE "The Kettles In The Oiarks" Plus—_ Francis The Mule "FRANCIS IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE" Also: Color Cartoon fie ft a Pre-Chrlstmis Fun Show FRI. and SAT. M»tine« Only 1:00 P.M. "FLIPPER" Hll Tint full length Movie —F!u«— "CAPTAIN SINBAD" All, In Color Both First Hun — Clear Lake Sal., Deo. 12th CHAPTER AQ. T.T.T. CHARITY BALL NEW YEAR EVE. ALLEN WELSH & ORCH. 1C all - Horns Noli e makers $].r>0 Advance Includes Statin? & Checking. 9^.00 Nltnl of the Dance FILET MIGNON • Potatoes • Salad • Coffee • Hot Loaf of Bread — at the — TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT —Ev«ry Evening— N«i» To Yonnktrj THE ALL NEW , COLLEGE INN With The 60 FT. BAR il Is Now Reopened J To Serve You ^ ANNOUNCEMENT FRONTIER BALLROOM 725 North Kentucky Price Changes Effective Saturday, Dee. 12, 1964 • REDUCED PRICES ON MIXED DRINKS • BOTTLE BEER. JR 20c • PITCHER BEER, 64 Oz $1.00 • BOTTLE BEER, Nam* Brand 35c Dance , . . 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