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Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 7, 1949
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Lou Boudreau Named Athlete of the Year Bob Mathias Gets Runnerup Strictly 2-Way Race in AP Year End Poll New York, (/P)— Lou Boudreau, player-manager of the world champion Cleveland Indians, Thursday was named male athlete- of-the-year for 1948 in the annual Associated Press year-end poll. The personable Cleveland shortstop barely edged out Bob Mathias of Tulare, Calif., the Olympic decathlon champion, in a point tabulation. Actually Mathias had 34 first place votes to 33 for Boud- 'dreau but the Indians' skipper slid home first on seconds and thirds to win 156-149. The votes of the 99 participating sports writers were tabulated on. the customary basis of 3 points for a first place ballot, 2 for a 2nd and one for a 3rd. Boudreau backed up his 33 firsts with 23 seconds and 11 thirds. Mathias had 34 firsts, 19 seconds and 9 thirds. Wednesday Mathias was named the winner of the Sullivan Memorial award. The trophy goes an'. nually to the year's outstanding — i amateur athlete a s determined in a poll conducted by the Amateur Athletic Union, r was strictly a 2- man race between the skill- full Cleveland inf ielder and Mathias, the "unknown" high school boy who TWATWTAC followed up a •ivu\j.iuA£> surprising National AAU decathlon, victory with an Olympic triumph. Other sports leaders ranked in the AP poll in this order; Votes in parentheses: Stan Mus- 1 ial, baseball (12); Ben Hogan, gol (5); Doak Walker, footbaU (1) Harrison Dillard, track (2); Gem Bearde-n, baseball (1); Charlii Justice, football (1); Joe Louis boxing (3). # * ASKETBALL COLLEGE GAMES Boston College u9; Boston University 53. Boly Cross 64; Harvard 48. Columbia 74; Fordham 38. Princeton 65; Pennsylvania 52. Pitt 48; Carnegie Tech 43. Scton Hall BO; Xavier (Cincinnati) 51. i St. Louis 57; Bradley 44. DcTaul 39; Oklahoma Aggies 32. Knox 06; Iowa Wesleyan 49. Baylor 41; Arkansas 37. Idaho 00; Oregon 52. Oakland Billners 90; St. Marys (Cat.) 5 /"V AVA> j Q f-fjf LOU BOUDREAU —Tops in Nation Los Angeles Open Begins on Friday Los Angeles, (IP) —They shoot Cor a $15,000 pot of gold Friday in the 23rd Los Angeles Open golf tournament at "Hogan's Alley," also known as Riviera Country club. And once again the war cry among the nation's top pros and amateurs is "beat Hogan." Defending champion Ben Hogan, of Hershey, Pa., and Forth Worth, Texas, is on hand, looking rested, relaxed and customarily deadly, after a couple of months at his Texas home away from the tournament trial. He won the L. A. Open at Hillcrest C. C. in 1942 and at Riviera in 1947 and 1948, last year with a record low score of 275 for 72 holes over the 7,019-yard, par-71 course. He further demonstrated his liking for Riviera by walking off with the National Open there last June. Challenging Little Ben this year are such long distance whackers as Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., winner here in 1945; Jimmy Thomson, Chicopee, Mass.; Johnny Bulla, Phoenix, Ariz.; Stewart "Skip" Alexander, Southern Pines, N. Car.; Chick Harbert, Northville, Mich., and Ed "Porky" Oliver, Seattle, Wash. There are fancy-dan putters like Lloyd Mangrum, Chicago, former National Open titlist and runnerup here last year, and Horton Smith, Springfield, Mo. Leading amateurs including Frank Stranahan, Toledo, Ohio,; Bud Ward, Spokane, Wash.; Johnny Goodman, Omaha, Nebr., and Charles "Chick" Evans, the Chicago veteran, are out for Hogan's scalp. The field of 126-96 pros and 30 amateurs-plays 18 holes Friday and 18 Saturday. The low 90 then play 18 Sunday and the lowest 64 battle in the final 18 holes Monday. DePaul Stops Aggies 39-32 St. Louis Billikens Down Bradley 57-44 By TED MEIER New York, (P?) —DePaul, not rated highly this season in college basketball, staged a major upset Wednesday night. The Chicago Blue Demons, previously whipped by Kentucky, Illinois, Minnesota and Chicago Loyola, invaded Stillwater, Okla., and hung up a 39-32 victory over the Oklahoma Aggies. Aggies Handcuffed Behind by 8 points, 26-18 at halftime, DePaul astounded a crowd of 8,500 by holding the Ag- gies to a mere 6 points in the last 20 minutes. DePaul threw up its rugged defense by constantly rushing the Aggies' ball handlers. These tactics kept the Aggies from throwing the ball into Center Bob Harris at the pivot position. It was only the 8th loss in 134 games over a 15 year period that the Aggies have suffered on their home court. St. Louis, fresh from its Sugar Bowl tourney triumph over Kentucky, bowled over Bradley 57-44 in its first Missouri Valley conference fray of the season. Tied at Halftime The Billikens, as usual led by Easy Ed Mcauley with 19 points were held to a 25-25 tie during the first half, but drew out to win easily after the intermission. St. Louis, unbeaten this year now has won 13 in a row, including a carryover of 5 from last season. Oddly, the last defeat St Louis suffered was a 52-42 licking administered by DePaul. Baylor opened defense of its Southwest conference title by rallying in the closing minutes beat Arkansas 41-37. Princeton launched its Eastern league season with a 65-52 triumph over Pennsylvania and Idaho nicked Oregon 60-52 in the Northern division of the Pacific Coast conference. Undefeated Villanova won its 7th straight, a 78-61 drubbing of Rutgers, while the Holy Cross Crusaders ended a 3-game losing streak by smashing Harvard 64-48. Seton Hall won its 6th game in 8 starts by overcoming the touring Xavier of Cincinnati quintet 60-51. JANUARY STOREWIDE CLEARANCE SALE Big Savings on Men's and Boys' Clothing — Furnishings — Sportswear — Slacks The Time To Buy Is Now AH Wool SUITS 34.65 39,65 All Wool TOPCOATS 19.85 34.65 GABARDINE TOPCOATS All Wool 0^7 CJA Zipper Lined O I «tlU All Wool SLACKS 9.85 All Wool SWEATERS Fancy and Ski Patterns 4.95 All Wool and Part Wool SPORT SHIRTS 395 All Wool Heavy Jac Shirts 7.95 Part Wool and All Wool -\ Qfc 9.98 SWEATERS J.98 and Boys' All Wool MAC KIN AW S 500 Boys' AH Wool Zipper JACKETS 2.98 «OM£ O* GOOD CLOTUEC 115 SO. FEDERAL AVE I. GINOLER.. PROP. loaches Draw Rules Aimed at "Bench Quarter-backing" Donkey Ball at Armory on Monday A donkey basketball game will be held at the Mason City armory Monday night at 8 p. m. with the Mason City fire department meeting the local national guards. The donkeys will wear regular rubber shoes, diapers, robes and bonnets—equipped with players. Fire Chief James Kelley and one of the captains on his force will be on hand to keep the game clean with a broom and pan. Two regular halves will be played. A donkey race will be held at the end of the game. Advance tickets, at 65 and 35 cents, may be had from any member of the national guard. Referee for the game will be Boyd Arnold. Personnel for both teams has been announced. Riding for the firemen will be John Holt, Louis Rice, Dick Marsh, Curley Lauen Ted Faktor, Elmer Fritz, Dutch Cunningham and Jesse Carroll In action for the guardsmen will be Bob Leath, Don Olsen, Ron Tanner, Dean Halvorson, Bob Oliver, James Kambanis, George Kallas and Charles Bryant. Boryla of Denver Tops Scoring in Collegiate Circles New York, (ff>) —Vince Boryla of Denver is back on top in the major college individual scoring basketball race. Latest figures released Thursday by the National Collegiate Athletic bureau show Boryla with a 21.9 point average for 8 game: through last Saturday. He has tallied 169 points. Ernie Vandeweghe of Colgate, leader last week, fel to 5th place at 21.1 behind Dick Schnittker of Ohio State, 2nd a 21.7; Ralph Richter of Cincinnat at 21.6 and Joe Noertker of Virginia, 4th at 21.2. Only 7/10 of a point separates the first 5. Bill Schroer, of Valparaiso retained his first place By RUSS NEWLAND San Francisco, (/P) — Football i-ule changes aimed at liberalizing free substitution, while curbing 'bench quarterbacking," were proposed to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Thursday. The advisory rules committee of the American Football Coaches' Association recommended that free substitutions be permitted between plays when possession of the ball changes from one team to the other, as well as when time is called out. A coach at present may send in players in batches (the so- called "platoon" system) only when time has been called. Also recommended by the advisory committee was elimination of the present rule permitting substitution of a man after every play while the clock is running. Eliminate Bench Orders "Such a change would help eliminate quarterbaeking from the bench," commented Coach Tuss McLaughry o f Dartmouth, a member of the committee. McLaughry declared the proposed changes would permit "wider laxity in the free substitution rule, while curbing such evils as a coach sending in a string of quarterbacks or instructions carriers after every play." The change would permit substitution of a player only when time has been called. Other rules changes advocated by the advisory committee included: Reinstatement of the-pre-1942 rule permitting a "reverse center" —one who faces his own backfield To make ineligible to receive a forward pass a back stationed close enough to the center to receive a hand-to-hand exchange o: he ball. Encourage Passing Declare a forward pass grounded Behind the goal line of the offen- ive team to be a down instead of i safety, thus encouraging more goal line passing. Give the receiving team the op- ion of running the ball out of the end zone on a kick from scrim- nage, the same as on a free kick or kickoff. The present rule provides that any punt that goes over the goal ine is an automatic touchback and the ball is placed in action on he 20-yard line. The coaches rejected a move to revive the old rule permitting a downed player to get to his feet and run with the ball. The coaches also discussed safety of playing equipment. Chairman ,ou Little of Columbia university said the great majority of coaches Dolled by questionnaire had urged :hat continued study be given to protective devices, particularly iielmets. He said the survey indicated that plastic helmets give greater protection to the wearer than other types of molded headgear. The American Association of College Baseball Coaches, meeting concurrently with the NCAA, announced committee heads for 1949. Otto Vogel of the University of Iowa was named chairman of the coaching committee. Prep Cage Card ilason City at Waverly (Saturday). Cudd at St. Joseph's (Saturday), loly Family at Bancroft (Sunday), "ort Dodge at West Waterloo. Cast Des Moines at West Waterloo (Sat.) 'ort Dodge at East Waterloo (Saturday), near Lake at Iowa Falls, lelwein at Decorah. ?edar Falls at Cresco. )s:tge at Waverly. Kockford at Osage (Saturday). Algona at Hampton, ".uverne at Eagle Grove. 'entral Sioux City at Webster City. East Sioux City at Webster City (Sat.) [lumboldl at Clarion. Forest City at Uelmond. Britt at Garner. Ventura at Lake Mills. Buffalo Center at Northwood. Plymouth at Rock Falls. Rockwell at Rudd. Thornton at Klemme. Manly at Hanlontown. Mason City n at Joice. Ke/isett at Grafton. Kloyil at Nora Springs. Eticeville at Rockford. Bristow at Marble Rock. Nashua at Tripoli. Crystal Lake at Kanawha. Corwith at Livermore. Woden at Ilnyfiehl. Titonka al Wesley. Swea City at Thompson. Orchard at Mclntire. Sheffield at Chapin. Geneva at Latimcr. Vcrnon at Goldfleld. Popejoy at Alexander. Caimar at Waucoma. Emmons at Scarville (Thursday). Ledyard at Lakota- Blooming I'rairie at Lyle. Bricelyn at Rake. JUNIOR COLLEGE Mason City at Estherville. Emmetsburg at Waldorf. Northwestern at Webster City. Britt at Eagle Grove. M»«on City Globe-Gaielle. Mason City. I*. Jan. 6, 1949 15 Unbeaten Mohawk Matmen Take on East Des Moines BIG SIX MAT STANDINGS W. L. Pet. Fort Dodge 3 0 1.000 Mason City 1 ! East Waterloo 3 Cage Headliners The Big Six conference should take en some sort of shape after some weekend firing in Waterloo, scene of 3 conference games . . . East Des Moines plays West Waterloo while Fort Dodge plays both East and West Waterloo. . . Spotlight in the North Central loop will be on Iowa Falls where the Cadets are host to Clear Lake. ... The winner will remain in the thick of the race against the co- leaders, both red-hot, Algona and Webster City. THE game in the Northeast Iowa loop is reserved for next Tuesday when Waverly and Charles City tangle on the Charles City court . . . Both are undefeated this sea- West Waterloo 1 East Des Moines . North Des Moines 0 1 2 2 3 1.000 .750 .333 .000 .000 son in loop play Algona and NORTH IOWA BASKETBALL VENTURA STAYS ON CERRO GORDO TOP Ventura—The Ventura Vikings remained deadlocked with Plymouth for the Cerro Gordo conference lead after walloping Swale- dale 55-31 here. The hosts* were off, to a 34-12 halftime. Mike Kinsella poured in 17 and Ken Borrill 15 points for Ventura. D. Bredlow hit 10 for Swaledale. Ventura girls, aided by Virginia Benner's 15 points, won 23-20. At the half it was 11-6. Parsons First in Conference Bes Moines, (/P) — The Parsons Wildcats, leading the Iowa conference basketball race go for their 4th victory Friday night against Wartburg. The engagement at Fairfield will be the first for the Wildcats since they defeated Penn 62-27 Dec. 16. Other conference wins in December were over Buena Vista and Central. Parsons is coached this year by O. B. Nelson, a Parsons graduate who returned to his alma mater after coaching at Grinnell high school and Grinnell college. Parsons is host Saturday night to Carthage college. The Illinois team stopped the Wildcats 51-49 in early December. St. Ambrose was to make its Iowa conference debut Thursday night against. Penn at Oskaloosa. The Bees aren't likely to run into any trouble against the Quakers who have defeated only their alumni this season. In other conference games this week Buena Vista is on the road for contests with Upper Iowa Friday and Luther Saturday and Wartburg meets Iowa Wesleyan at Mt. Pleasant and Central plays Penn at Oskaloosa in Saturday games. Two Iowa conference teams dropped contests in out-of-state games Wednesday night. Western Illinois State trimmed Loras at Macomb 58-49 while Knox college trampled Iowa Wesleyan 66-49 at Galesburg, 111. Conference standings: W. L. TP OP Pet. •arsons 3 0 174 110 l.dOO Impson 2 I) Upper Iowa 1 0 owa Wesleyan ..1 0 Vestmar ......... 1. 0 Hibutjue 1 1 Buena Vista 1 4 Central 0 1 4» iVartburs 0 2 70 Penn 0 2 72 Webster City will meet only once this season and their biff battle, perhaps for an outright championship in the North Central, is slated for Feb. 5 at Webster City. Also reserved for next Tuesday is the Manly-Kensett game at Manly '. . . Kensett's only loss in the North Six conference has been to loop-leading Manly and the next door neighbors should have quite a scrap. Luverne may be a class B basketball team to watch in the area west of Mason City. . . . Luverne has dropped only one game, that was a close contest to the strong Mallard team. Philadelphia Eagles Put Up for Sale Philadelphia, (U.P.)—The Philadelphia Eagles, who won their first National football league title just 19 days ago, were up for sale Thursday for "somewhere between $250,000 and $300,000." Howard Barker's juggernaut, since I Tne clu °. owned by Millionaire Hoping to annex their 5th victory of an undefeated season and their 2nd in Big Six conference competition, the Mason City high wrestling team treks to East Des Moines Friday. It's the first action for Coach Hazy Numbers It shouldn't happen — those numbers on jerseys as used by the Eagle Grove junior college basketball team . . . Maroon jerseys with maroon numbers and only a slight orange outline They're hard to make out for spectators, especially when they are at the opposite ends of the court from where action is taking place. I recall that the state prep group went on record against such color schemes It's also been used in football and certainly gives fans a poor break . . . Quite often high schools also have football numbers which are so small they're hard to make out . . .Taint fair for the fans. * The Clear Lake Lions are pretty much a last quarter team ... So far this season they have averaged about 14 points a game for the Dec. 21 and the Mohawks, who resumed workouts the 2nd week of the holidays, appear to be in trim. East is greatly improved over the weak club it fielded last year but has dropped both of its loop tests, to East Waterloo and Fort Dodge. Barker and his assistant, Harry Helgason, plan to stick with their same lineup with one exception. Dale Bartusek, 165-pounder, may drop to 155, where he grappled last year, putting Stan Seidel in the upper spot. If Bartusek stays at 165, Don McDonough, an experienced senior, will get the nod at 155. McDonough, who has looked good in drills this week, was slowed in early season with sickness and an injury. The Scarlet can be dangerous as shown by the 3 falls they registered against East Waterloo. But the Mohawks will be heavy! Charles city favorites to win and make way for an all-unbeaten attraction here Tuesday when powerful Osage pays a visit in a top state attraction for the year. East Des Moines is paced by Ed Jones, returned navy vet, who appears to be the class of the state's 165-pounders. And Mohawk Heavyweight John Reuber will probably get his stiffest test yet from Don Clemens. Other East standouts have been Harold Widaman at 112 and Gerald Stephens, 155. Four Mohawks, in addition to Reuber, will be protecting perfect marks: Snip Nalan (105), Ken Meacham (123), Jack Squires (129) and Bill Oglesby (145). Alexis Thompson, strong proponent of peace with the rival All- America conference, reportedly lost $32,000 this season despite its championship performance. The Eagles' office said Thompson gave General Manager Charles D. Ewart a GO-day option to purchase the club, with the stipulation that the financial support obtained by Ewart is satisfactory to NFL Commissioner Bert Bell and league members. The option actually gave Ewart the right to sell the club to whatever individual or group he prefers in that period. final periods This compares NEVADA DEFEATS IOWA FALLS 29-27 Nevada—The Iowa Fails Cadets stayed in the running for 3 full quai-ters but Nevada beat tfiem 29-27 here Wednesday night. The visitors led 16-13 at the half and were tied with their taller foes 23-all at the 3rd period's end. Boyco made 7 points for the winners and Ron Smith 8 for Iowa Falls. The Nevada B team won 39-26. the best free throw marksman. He has -rimmed 27 of 30 attempts for a .900 pet. Bill Sharman of Southern California has made 19 free throws in a row—the longest streak of the current season, but he ranks 6th because he missed 6 of his first 27 chances. Easy Ed Macauley of St. Louis is the field goal shooter with 48 successes in 83 tries for .578. The national leaders (through Jan. 1): PLAYER. TEAM G. Boryla, Denver H Schnittker, Ohio State ... « Richter, Cincinnati 5 Noertker, Virginia 5 I Vandewcghe. Colgate ' Mclntyre, Minnesota Marshall, Mississippi Lavelli, Yale X Brown, Miami (Ohio) 8 Goodwin, Rhode Island ... It Pts. Avg. n.T ai.n no 108 Klfi Hi'J ni ir.s 99 21.7 31.0 21.2 21.1 20.5 20.3 2(1.0 lfl.8 10.8 2 Freshman Athletes at Iowa Quit School Iowa City, (/P) — Two freshmen athletes at Iowa U. have dropped out of school, reportedly for scholastic difficulties. They are Reggie Kaiser, ace relay runner from Des Moines, and Eldon Peterson, crack footbaU tackle from Story City. ORCHARD WINS PAIR FROM I. C. OF ELMA Orchard — The Orchard high school cagers won a twin bill 'turn 1. C. of Elma here "Wednesday night. The girls took a 51-23 triumph as Marcele Leach with 24 points and Helen Grimm with 20 led the way. The boys won 4728 after taking a 27-11 halftime lead. Bill Fox with 16 points and Dean Weatherall with 14 paced Orchard. I. C. CHARLES CITY POSTS 7TH VICTORY Charles City—I. C. of Charles City posted an easy 67-23 triumph over the St. Mary's basketball team of Waterloo here Wednesday night. The winners rolled to a 32-8 edge by intermission. The victory was the 7th this season for the I. C. team. Jim Snyder paced the victors with 15 points and T. Cain was tops for the losers with 7. MITCHELL INDIES WIN Mitchell — The Mitchell independent basketball team won its 9th game in its last 10 starts by defeating Rudd 62-52 here Wednesday night. The winners led the half 27-21. Breusiwitz was high for the winners with 22 points and Manship topped the losers with 16. 120 51 4!) 48 »!> 1.000 S8 1.000 85 1.000 :« I.OOB 8J1 .501) 22S 257 .2(10 4» fi4 .000 .(100 .000 with their usual slow start — they have averaged only 7£ points for opening- quarters. * Success Story Eddie Tunnicliff, the Northwestern halfback who scored the winning touchdown in the Rose Bowl, is quite a hometown hero in Kewanee, 111. . . . The story of his success has quite a human interest Harry Heilmann, former Detroit Tiger baseball great, and now a radio broadcaster on the Tiger games also assists in the airing of Detroit Lions football games. Conference Standings NORTHEAST IOWA W. L. Pet. <i 0 l.WHI 0 1.W10 2 .m> :i ,4 mi 2 .33H •A /!3fl 4 /;oo Waverly Cedar Falls II Oclwcin 2 Cresco 1 Dccoriili 1 New Hampton 1 Osage 0 NORTH CENTRAL Algona 4 Webster City ., 4 Clear Lake , 3 Iowa Falls 3 Humboldt 1 Clarion . 1 Hampton ., 0 Eagle Grove 0 CERRO GORDO Plymouth <; Ventura r> Rockwell 3 Meservey .,,.,, 2 Swaledale 3 .., I U NORTH SIX Manly 6 Kenselt 4 Joice 4 Fertile 3 Grufton 2 Danlontown 0 TWIN RIVER Rudd 4 Marble Rock 4 Rookford tt Floyd 2 Rockwell 1 Nora Springs 0 .000 0 1.000 U 1 .000 .GOT .«67 .:tsn .250 .000 .000 Thornton Rock Falls 0 1.000 U 1.000 2 .KfM) X .400 r> .S7fi fi .U17 a .000 .857 .80(1 .(ill 7 .fiOO .28S .000 0 1.000 .800 .000 .400 .250 .000 angle When Tunnicliff was a Effort: Pamphlets Request Cage Fans to Be Considerate Iowa City, (/P)—The boo is to be taboo at the University of Iowa. It is be-kind-to-referees season. Lectures on a new course in court diplomacy for Hawkeye basketball fans have been prepared. They arc contained in a pamphlet to be distributed among spectators at Saturday's opening Big Nine game here with Purdue. Purpose of the courtesy campaign is to build a wholesome bleacher attitude and promote beter conduct by Hawkeye fans. University officials are aiming particularly at the Minnesota game here Jan. 17. Presented in the pamphlet are "Horrible," a character described as an ill-bred cousin of Iowa's caricature mascot, "Herkey the Hawk." In the leaflet Horrible declares that he enjoys basketball games because they "give me a swell chance to boo them bums—referees or the other teams—what's the diff?" In his reply to cousin Horrible, Herky says a "Smart Herky" does 3 things at a basketball game: Figures the referees are doing a tough job; holds back from booing referees "even though he may not always agree;" and never boos opponents. An editor's note to Herky's dialogue adds: "Here at Iowa we've been pretty rough at times on referees and opponents. We'd like to make Herky the Hero our symbol for this year—won't you help us?" University officials are particularly anxious that the Minnesota-Iowa game not be turned into a spectator-participation contest. It is hoped the present campaign, Athletic Director Paul Brechler says, will heal the rift between Iowa and Minnesota. A public argument involving Iowa fans and Minnesota Coach Bernie Bierman followed last fall's football game here between the 2 (.schools. youngster h e suffered serious burns from which physicians said he might never walk again. * Among the hot prep football cities in the country is Pekin, HI., a city of 25,000 population . . . The high school stadium at Pekin seats 10,000 spectators and the net profit from last footbaU season was a neat §22,000. * The Mason City-Osage wrestling meet in Mason City next Tuesday evening promises to be a major mat headliner in the state . . . Both teams are undefeated this season- and there's little to choose between the powerful squads . . . LeRoy Alitz, the Osage coach, is a former pupil of Mohawk Mentor Howard Barker. Osage high school would like to schedule a home fotball game for Sept. 23 of 1949 . . . Any school interested is asked to contact Donald G. Elbert, athletic director at the Osage school. Standings of local teams: W L Mason City ......... 10 St. Joseph's ......... 11 Clear Lake ......... 5 Holy Family ........ 5 Mason City T. C ..... 4 Pet. 1.000 .917 .625 .625 .571 Fight Results Phoenix, Arlj.— Charlie Salas, 1.15, Phoenix, outpointed Marco Cabrera, 112, New Orleans, (JO). Binghamton, N. Y.—Nick Barone, 172, Syracuse, knocked out Freddie Flores, ITS, New York, <c). JANUARY CLEARANCE MUFFLERS Reff. 2.95 to 3.95 V2 Price READY-MADE SUITS in Broken Sizes $50 to $60 Values ?OQ 7C Shop Early «)t/«f d For Your Size Closing Out Our Stock of MEN'S HATS Values ?C QC to $10.00 U*«7D ED FINNEGAN CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES 24A 1st St., S. E. Across From Home Furniture ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS 25 Years Clothing Experience ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY KUPPENHEIMER SALE • SUITS • TOPCOATS • O'COATS THIS ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE KUPPENHEIMER SUITS, TOPCOATS AND O'COATS OFFERED AT SENSATIONAL LOW PRICES. Regular $85 and $90 KUPPENHEIMER SUITS s $68 7 ? Regular $65 KUPPENHEIMER TOPCOATS $43?5 1 Regular $85 KUPPENHEIMER O'COATS $58 7 ? ALL OTHER SUITS, TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS PRICED AT GREAT SAVINGS ON FEDERAL JUST OFF STATE

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