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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, December 21, 1964
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2O Oee. 21, O^lty, ll Warriors lose but find help in Barry Kramer SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Bar- tj4*»iv"ijiv>aiiuail UUCApCUlCUlY ry Kramer, fiust draft choice ofj tough Tulsa defense exploded the San Francisco Warriors andiMississippi's favored spot in the Bluebonnet Bowl Ole Miss criticized after loss to Tulsa HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Jer ry Rhornc and an unexpectedly somewhat of a National Basketball Association disappointment so far, could be on the verge of helping the last-place the Western Division. club of The 6-foot-4 rookie from NYU came off the bench Sunday night when the cause appeared lost and almost brought the Warriors even with Ihc Philadelphia 76ers. But the 76crs, behind Hal (Jrcer's 30 points and the re bounding of Lucious Jackson, edged the Warriors 113-111 in the only game played. With less than three minutes remaining Sunday, the 7Gers held a 109-95 lead. Then Kramer wnnt lo work. In the next two minutes Kramer stole two Philadelphia passes and scored six points on three quick ficld#ORls. His last steal and ficldgoal left San Francisco trailing 109-107. nut the teams traded baskets until Greer put the 7fiors ahead 113-100. Bluebonnet Bowl. But the 14-7 TuJsa victory led to some sharp criticism of the Ole Miss Rebels. While the passing wlm wiped out Mississippi — which had been an 11-point favorite — Rebel Coach Johnny Vaught's post- game actions ired sports writers. Vaught, a Texas Christian University graduate and long a favorite among Texas football fans, initially was upset by two late fourth-quarter rulings by the officials. Then he apparently wag ired at having lost the game, the eighth consecutive bowl game for the Rebels. He kept a group of impatient sports writers waiting in 39-de- grce cold for a half-hour after the game. They had to wait un Full action: Six dual meets in day at Iowa IOWA CITY - The quad™ ular wrestling tournament Iowa Jan. ifi will be contested G.E. Refrigerators . . . From . . . HOOMHOWER'S 113 No. Fed. 423-2752 — til all the players had filed out the door. In his Monday column, Houston Post Sports Editor Mickey Hcrskowitz described the Bluebonnet Bowl a perfect one except for Ole manners. "(At Mississippi) football is played' for blood and money, and they don't let you forget it," Herskowitz wrote. at on a dual moot basis. Six meets Try A Want Ad — 423-4270 will occur starting at 9:,'IO a.m. Wrestlers will adjourn while the Iowa-Michigan State basketball game is playrd in the .-tfternoon ind will resume grappling ;it 5 in, Meets arc Iowa-Indiana, Iowa- Ohio Slate, Iowa-Minnesota, In- liana-Ohio State, Minncsota-ln- Idiana and Ohin Stale-Minnesota. j'J'hi.s is Ilio first wrestling lour- namcnl of this lyjic ever schod- filled for the llnwkoye FIGHT RESULTS MILAN, Italy Nlnn Vcnvcniill. Itiilv. nul|uiiiiii-il I'mln* Duriin. AiKcrUimi. 111. "Ole Miss came to Houston aware that it had just two obligations to the Bluebonncl Bowl. To have 11 bodies on the field al 2:30 Saturday and to send someone around after the game to the cashier's window to pick up their check." Mississippi had given Tulsa's national pass champion Rhomej a rough lime in the early stages - he was thrown for losses ighl limes — but he scored the lying touchdown in the second tamrter and won the game with jjj^' a US-yard pass to Eddie Fletch' '"'lor in Ihc third period. Rude change IHini beat Kentucky in meet finals Ry DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Adolph Rupp and his Kentucky Wildcats — true believers in Southern hospitality — are gracious hosts each December al the UK Invitational Basketball Tournament. There is only one house rule for visitors to Lexington — don't walk off with the silverware! That may explain the Baron's displeasure with his cousins from Illinois. The once-beaten (Mini romped off with the tourney title last Saturday night, topping Kentucky 91-86 in the final despite a closing rush by the eighth- ranked Wildcats. 11 was Illinois' first victory over Kentucky since 1943 and the first UKIT title for a Big Ten team in nine tries. The host club had won seven of 11 previous tournaments. Skip Thoren scored 27 points and Tal Brody 25 for the IHini, 3-1. They blew a 16-point margin late in the game before Brody and Bill McKcown hit six straight free throws to pull IBorger Grocery 940 North Tyler Dial 423-2772 STOP AND SHOP WITH US KVERY DAY AND SAVE! Wo KeservR The Hi^lil To 1/nnit Quantities*! Prices In This Ad In Effect Monday Through Saturday T-BONE We Will Close Thursday, Dec. 24, at 6:00 P. M. and Closed All Day Christmas Day I Campbell's Assorted Soups cL All Meat Minced ROLL , 49c PURE GROUND 3 Lbs. BEEF / $1.29 STEAK Lb 89c Decker's Longhorn or American CHEESE 49c Beef Short RIBS Lb. 39c Family Size Whole or Cut-Up FRYERS E «, $1 Decker's Canned Picnics ,51.79 Docker's Tall Korn Pound Pkg. v wi.n.u« a * 1^*1 A.I.VSI. il BACON p Z d 39c 7-Bone Beef ROAST 59c CLUB STEAK 69c away from an 83-82 edge. The tournament drew 23,300 fans, a record for the two-night, four-team evenl. Dayton beal West Virginia 71-67 for third place. Three other tourney-stagers kept the home crowds happy. Ninth-ranked Vanderbilt edged Oklahoma Stale 60-58 in Ihe Commodores' Tournament final at Nashville; Arizona State outran Murray, Ky., 107-96 to capture the Sun Devil Classic at Tempc, Ariz., and Evansville's giant-killers whipped Louisiana State 93-73 for the Evansville Holiday crown. Larry Humes hit for 45 points as Evansville, the nation's No. 1 small-college club, completed a season-opening five-game sweep of major opponents and won its tourney for the sixth time in nine years. The Aces beat Iowa, Northwestern and Notre Dame before knocking off George Washington and LSU in the tournament. UCLA's defending major college champions belted Boston College 115-93 and Alabama surprised North Carolina 66-61 in the finals of the Milwaukee and Virginia Tech invitationals, respectively. A run of 18 straight points at the end of the first half sparked the Bruins to their fifth successive victory after an opening loss at Illinois. Gail Goodrich SEE US FOR KRKSIf FRUITS AND VEGETABLES We Also Feature . . . Carnation Dairy Products King Edward Cigars Borden's Dairy Products Order Your TURKEYS And Ollu-r POULTRY, 1NOW! Strc Our ('oniplrlr Linr Of OhrislnuiH • CA1NHY • PAPER • TACS • SEALS TRY THESE REFRESHERS * COCA-COLA * 7-UP * BUCKHORNBEER * HAMM'SBEER * FROSTIE ROOT BEER * OLD MILWAUKEEBEER * ROYAL CROWN COLA * PEPSI-COLA* SQUIRT * BUDWEISER BEER * FALSTAFFBEER * GRAIN BELT BEER * MILLER HIGH LIFE BEER * SCHLITZBEER more than EC's .Tohn 'Austin . . . . •*« b" »i» fc "J. •* K Lia 11 i,a J-niioJit: half with an injured j n the eight-team league. second wrist. Elsewhere, No. 1 ranked Wichita and No. 10 St. Louis won Missouri Valley Conference games while Minnesota, Indiana, Utah, Providence and Connecticut remained unbeaten. Dave Stallworth's 25 points led the Wheatshockers past Drake 7t-(iO and Randy Al- hrccht's two free throws with Trojans win 78-76 against Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG — The Mason City Trojans staved off a late rally by Emmetsburg J.C. here Saturday night to win 78-76 and make its record for the season 3-5. Big Bob Wood racked up 33 points in pacing the Trojans to the win. Holding a hot hand all night, the big center hit eight buckets and two free throws in the first half to help the Mason City team to a 44-36 intermission lead and came back with seven buckets and one free throw in the second half. The Trojans trailed through he early stages of the game but caught the Emmetsburg club at 20-20 and again at 32-32. They led from then on until the last five minutes when the home club tied the count at 69-69. With Wood, Leon Haxton and Bill strottman hitting the hole, the Trojans built a 77-69 lead with three minutes left and then held on for the win. Forward Roger Dykhus and center Mike Hermansen paced Emmetsburg with 22 and 21 respectively, while forward Ken Curry rang up 15 points. Haxton and Strottman had 14 each to join Wood in double figures. In Iowa Junior College standings, Mason City now is 2-5 and Emmetsburg is 1-5. The Trojans are idle now until after Ihe holidays. They will play next at Marshalltown, Jan. 5. MASON CITY— 7» fu FT Cojler ........... i Koionke .......... j Wood ............. IS Rtrottman Ilaxlon 7 Rogers .. '• Bertl i) TOTALS 33 EM'ETSBURG—7« KG Drkhuc it Curry 7 Hernunirn X Volgt t Hamilton t J«n»n 1 TOTALS i-i 3-1 •:-•> o-l .1.3 (-1 )Z-H FT <i-n 1-1 .1-7 n-l) .vs l-i J-f TP 3 4 i a 3 33 ]i 18 78 fF TP i 22 IS 10-17 15 78 Halftlme: Maion City 44, Emmeli- burr 36. IOWA FALLS BEATS COLUMBUS MATMEN IOWA FALLS—In a dual wrestling meet here Saturday night, Iowa Falls won over Co- '.umbus 27-18 to make its season record 2-4. Iowa Falls also won the reserve meet, 34-11. US—Face (WC) dec. SeTertion, S-0. 1IM— Kuril <IF) dec. Maal, 3-0. 112— norick (WC) pinned Newton, 4;30. 120—Hanlr (IF) dec. Sulllran, 8-'i. I-1—Caruth (IP) dec. Wagoner, 7-1. I IIS—DuHy (IF) dec. Davis, 2-«. I3S —Mitchell (IF) dec. .SandoTal. 12-8. 145—Berry (WC) dec. Hunt, 4-3. 154 —Nloholi (IF) drew with Robblni, 7-7. 163—Burns (IF) pinned Kemp, .1:26. 180—Welland (WC), pinned Ackerman. 3:.M. Hwt.—Meyer (IF) plnneit Oherke, 4:11. BOB WOOD —Leads way with 33 Upper Iowa wins 9th straight By Th* Associated Press Iowa schools head into a relatively light basketball schedule this week, leading up to next week's holiday tournaments. Upper Iowa won the West- mar - Northwestern doubleheader over the weekend and brought its victory string to nine without a loss. The Peacocks, 5-0 in the Iowa Confer eirce, play next in the holiday clinic at Coe Dec. 29-30. Others in th* clinic at the home of the Midwest Conference leaders include Buena Vista and Cornell. State College of Iowa beat Western Illinois 87-73 at Cedar Falls Saturday to end a three- game losing streak and attain a 3-4 record. Iowa State, idle Saturday, will be host to Marquette Tuesday and will be in the Big Eight tournament starting next Saturday at Kansas City. Other Tuesday games were Central at Dominican and Simpson opening a four-game California tour at Southern California College. Simpson goes on to Whittier Wednesday. Drake faces Northwestern at Chicago Stadium Saturday, and Simpson will be at Pasadena. TITLELESS Michigan State, Northwestern and Purdue have never won a BEAT CRACKERS | Big Ten title in track. Buffalo, third in the Interna- . . TT ,. T . J_FV4tj.«iu, tlllAW III L11C .LUllULIU- topped UCLA with 35 points, one tional League last season beat YVt t\l*n I It n t-t 0^1*. T — L._'A-._l:_ .. ..- ._ * the Atlanta Crackers 13 times in , , > n»t Duenna v^iaurvcia ±o mile5 JLJl who sat out 10 minutes of the u games. Atlanta finished last LOW PRODUCTION Iowa State scored only five touchdowns in its last eight games.. three seconds remaining [ wrapped up the Billikens' 76-73 decision over previously unbeaten Bradley. Minnesota, 5-0, routed Utah State 88-G9. Indiana buried Detroit 108-89; Utah beat California 99-74 and Providence nipped Iowa 71-70. The Hoosiers, Utes and Friars have won six straight. The Uconns, whose 7-0 mark lops the list of n major unbeaten*, uol past Kordham 70-G7. Sixth-rnnkod Duke ran over Virginia 104-91. and St. John's Kessler is more than N.Y., No. 7, Dame 70-72. outscorcd Notre compliment FIRST CAGE LOSS FOR ARMSTRONG BANCROFT— Armstrong suf When you give someone Kessler it shows thai you know that he knows what whiskey lightness and smoothness arc about. A discerning drinker appreciates the compliment- as well as the gift. Kessler the Smooth as Silk Whiskey (Gift wrapped free) MM KESStEl COUPUY. UWtUCUUBG, IXOUUU. BtUUO WHISKEY, 86 PKOOf. 7JM % GUI* WUTH* 1 . Will I J. fercd its first loss of the season hero Saturday night, bowing to Biinoroft St. John's 77-57. It was a non-conference game, mak ing Armstrong 6-1 for the year ami Bancroft 5-1. Bancroft 1 ! reserves won their gamp 62-24. PUBUC AUCTION Of Store Counters and Fixtures At Manufacturers Outlet Store Tnr»ilay. f»rr. «—StarU U.-.lff p.m. •-•OH N, Main St.. Charlri City, la. SOMK OF THE ITUMS ARK— .1 - 1- (t. SvMlnni of ihrlYlnf. 5 Urm and bottom rlrawrri; 11-4 It, Src. of ihrlvlnr and lome of Ilirir ha»» drawrrn, all are at tolld i«X and are mill work madr: S 10 ft. all jrlaan fthnw canr*t !V - Nrar nrir .13 In. t HI In. tablet or liland counlrri! 1 - Counter lablti •*rt x 77 In. i 4 - Tablet, open aid**, *'•' \ 71 IK.; 4 - Clonrd rtHpUr lablrl :l« x B7 In. i t . Clnlod dll- l«l«y lab!r» Ml \ 7* 1,1.1 1 - Shnw rain l.oU and InU of wood and ivlrc rant nanrrn: .1 - Wrapping and ilnrafr countrm .T.' \ M In. i Aproi. IfW) ft. of wall rounlnr. « In. wldn » - Connie n 14 » M In.. al«o a variety of small untiring, jfparali- imlUi I . Counlrr with clrrp drawer*, ii '.'S In. x 10 ft. « In., alto h»vr top and back mirror*i 1 - I'nllt of clothe, rnmpurttncnli i 1 - Vnll of .Vildrd Dri-itlnr Mlrrnrt 3 - Units nf clnar-d glnM clothing dl«plar arr (.v> t M Mnit all t>! thr abort tinlti can bs movrd In «rrllnni or lomr In romnl'tf null*, nnrroinrV, ».» o l. Adding MarhlniM •: - Good "Nation*!" foiintcr Top C««h K«igl<(eri. W « »K Card tloldtrx S<-v«r»l imal) tabltn SlaniU. rlc. ANo rhrnmc <5l»plar M»nd« and flMurrii Manlklni. rlr. If not In ntrd of ronntrr«. m»nj rouM hf ialr»|td for thif Inmtirr A maionltc. TKRMS—Canh. Nothing rtnmt* until trilled for. Not rixponilhlt fur Mcrlrirntn. Manufacturers Outlet **' Store — Owners r. Y. Trangc. A«rthtn«tr Cltlirn. Bank. Drrk Cager's problem To turn pro or accept Rhodes Scholarship? By The Astociated Press | Bill Bradley of Princeton is faced with a problem that would fascinate most of the ambitious young collegians in the country — whether to turn professional or accept a Rhodes Scholarship. The 6-foot-5 All-America basketball player and ace of this country's victorious Olympic basketball team, was one of four major collegiate athletes among the 32 college seniors named to Rhodes Scholarships Sunday. The scholarships make them eligible for two years of graduate study at Oxford. "I'm not trying to be dramatic," he said at his home in Crystal City, Mo., where he is spending Christmas vacation. "I just can't say right now what my chances are of trying to play professional basketball. I'll announce my decision shortly, just as soon as I have a chance to talk to some people." In the history of the awards none has ever been turnec down. The candidates for the carefully and inter scholarships are screened, tested viewed. "We'd been through so much," said Harvard basketball player Merle McClugg, another scholarship winner, "[ hardly had any reaction at all. It had been such a long grind — th tests and interviews — I wa pretty well dulled by the time was told I'd won." Other athletes who won the coveted Smith, Rhodes regular were Mike center on Princeton's Ivy League footbal champions, and Bart Holaday place kicker on the Air Force Academy football team. Bradley, an All-America se lection as a junior last season is one of the nation's leading collegiate basketball scorers and one of the top professional Iprospects. Pairings for girls cage sectionals Girls basketball teams will tart sectional tournament play Feb. 13 at 32 sites around the tate, according to pairings re- eased Monday by the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union. The sectional qualifiers will tart district tournament play ruesday, Feb. 23, continuing on Thursday and Saturday of that week. The 16 district winners will compete in the state tournament to be held March 9 through 3 at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines. Sectional sites for games in- olving North Iowa area teams are as follows: AT TlTONKA, CORWITH, THOMPSON Hurt TI. Tltouka at Tllanka Feb. 13, 8:30. LakoU r«. Thompion at Th«mp««n Feb. 16, 8:,10. Xoekwell-Swaledali vi. -winner Kurt-Tltonka at Thompion, Feb. 1«, 7. SenHiaali at Cnrwith Feb. 19, 7. North Central TI. Twin Klrer* at Tllonka Feb. 13, 7. Woden-Cryital Lake TI. Corwlth- Weiler at Corwlth Feb. 13, 7:M. Ledyard TI. winner North Central- Twin KlTeri at ConrJth Feb. II, 1. Ventura TI. winner Woden-Corwlth at Corwllh Feb. 18. 8:SO. Semlfinali at Corwlth Feb. 19, 1:30. Coniojation and flnali at Corwith Feb. 20, 7 and 8:30 p.u, AT NEW HARTFORD, ARLINGTON, ALLISON &lllion-Brlitaw TI. Kara Sprlnfi at Alllioa Feb. IS, 8:30. CIarksvlll« TI. New Hartford at New Hartford Feb. 16, 8:30. Nashua TS. winner AlUien-Nara Springs at Allison Feb. 16, 8:30. Semifinal! at Alllion Feb. 19, S:38. Greene TI. FarkersburE at Alllion Feb. J3. 7. Rockford TI. ApUngton at Apllni- ton Feb. 13, 7:30. Dumont TI. winner Greene-Farkeri- burc at New Hartford Feb. It, 7. RIccTllle TI. winner KocUord- Aplln(ton at Allison Feb. It, 7. Semifinali at Allison Feb. 19, 7. Consolation and finals at Allison Feb. SO at 7 and 8:30 p.m. AT LATIMER, THORNTON Alden \l. LuVerne at Thornton Feb. 13, 7. CAI, TI. Kanawha at Latimer Feb. 16, 8:30. Haznptoa T>. winner Aldsn-I.u- Veme at Laiimer, Feb. 16. 7. Semlfluali at Thornton Feb. 19, 7. Goldfleld TS. MeierreT-Thornton »t Thornton Feb. 13, *:30. Boone Valley T*. Sheffield at Thornton Feb. 16, 8:30. Dows TI. Goldfleld-Meienrey winner at Thornton Feb. 16, 7. Semifinals at Thornton Feb. 19, 1:30. Consolation and finali at Thornton Feb. 20, 7 and 8:30. At your theaters (Times furnished by theaters) CECIL—"Flipper's New Adventure," with guest stars Luke Halpin and Brian Kelly, 1:30 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30. PALACE — "Godzilla vs. the Thing," 1, 3:50, 6:50, 9:40. "Voyage to the End of the Universe," 2:30, 5:30, 8:25. AKE — "Godzilla vs. the Thing," 7, 9:40. "Voyage to the End of the Universe," 8:30. STRAND—(New show Friday). HAWKS DO WELL N TOURNAMENTS IOWA CITY—Iowa basketball earns won two titles and three runner-up spots in holiday tournaments since 1957. Their 1964 assignment is the 8-team Los Angeles Classic. The Hawkeyes .von the Queen City meet in 1957, the Los Angeles Classic n 1960 and had runner-up honors at the Far West Classic in 1958 and 1962 and in the Holiday Festival in New York City in 1959. Wrestling slate TTJE8DAT MEETS Ma*ac CMf a» Ch*ri*« CKr. War»r)r at Wwt WaUrlM. Ea«Vt Gr»r« at €**ar Fail*. Autta lit O*a«t. at I»wa FaJti. Try A Want Ad — 423-4270 Tues., Dee. 22 - 8 to 12 COLLEGIATE NITE JAY And Th* AMERICANS THE KLOSERS ROY HAVEN Your Emc«« Adm. $1.43 Plus Tax Total $1.50 IN... HIW IB Billy's Casino CLEAR LAKE Open Dairy Except Sunday FILET MIGNON • Potatoes • Salad • Coffee • Hot Loaf of Bread — at the — TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT —Every Evening— Next T* Yranken SURFER LOUNGE Surf Ballroom—Clear Lake, Iowa Week of Dec. 21st Through the 26th On December 24th Bar Closes at 4:00 P. M. Opens Christmas Night At 8:00 P. M. THE POM POMS Featuring MISS CHERRIE LYNN Exotic Dancing—Singing—Entertaining Get Your Tickets For New Year's Eve $1.00 Per Person Cover Charge. Earliest Tieketi Get Best Tables—New Year's Favor* Ends Mon. 'Flipper's New Adventure' c llr STARTS Tues. - 3 Days FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! / araUKf-tTOtUM-vMIUIlW SPffiffiiTUCT UHfi and KaKT-TOM NKU•• Wfflft IW mail MIL • m SXETM •Roenmoi JDJDi CUIFM • HWE M&EI • itUK KEIf ttOTaniEKIHll 'JUttmUlt'SlKmKim -JJ um wnkWE • mum m • rat wont ^wii A. T_.*«_ __i'__r_ -» i— »£a?U*' Jut Is mttiitx * ft*!- Laifs Of A Lifetime.- 50 Fabulous Stars! PALACEUAK 85c 'Til 5:00 ENDS TUESDAYl Starring Miss Vicki Taylor' Plus Denny and the Dynamics • Dancing • Cocktails • Entertainment LEON'S 23-25 1st N.E. Attention Last Minute Shoppers You'll Have A Relaxing Break When You Dine At Restaurant and Golden Horn Room 33 E. State 424-3366 SURF BALLROOM Clear Lake, la. — Phone FL 7-2419 ~~ CHRISTMAS NIGHT LEO GRECO & PIONEERS SATURDAY, DEC. 26TH — 8 TO 12 Collegiate Night — Two Bands Denny & Dynamics & The Ravons Roy Haven Your Emcee— 75e B«fcr» 9 — $1 Aftar • WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30TH — 8:30 TO 12:30 Collegiate New Years Party H»ts - Horns - Noisemakeri - Balloons THE CASUALS Roy Haven Emee* — Adm. $1.21 Plus Tax - Total $1.25 NEW YEARSlVE Hats - Horns - Balloons - Nois* Makers Advanced Adms. $1.50 Par Person Day A Night Of The Dane* $2.00 Each All Admissions Include Booths & Checking Sailing To Seating Capacity Only. ALLEN WELCH & ORCH. NEW YEARS NIGHT FREE HOT DOGS & COFFEE Andy Doll & His Fin* Band Saturday, Jan. 2nd — 8 to 12 Our. 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