Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1948 · Page 12
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MEET «„' ROCKWELL at 8:30 p. m. The team trainers have announced that any prospects may enter but must do so by Dec. 31 to cleat- with the IHSAA Training facilities are available here or boys may train in their respective towns. Several team matches have been tentatively carded with other towns for late January. TYLER-RYAN Pre-lnventory Stock Reduction Sale NOW ON Save On Furniture Rugs — Appliances For Your Home Anderson Cager Has 26.8 Point Average; Teachers Low on Fouls New York, GT>)—John Wilson of Anderson (ind.) is averaging 26.8 points a game to lead the individual scoring parade among small college basketball players. National Collegiate Athletic Bureau figures, including games through Dec. 18, give Wilson a slight advantage over last year's point making champion, Nate De Long of River Falls (Wis.) De Long has a 26-pouU average. St. Anselm's, defending team scoring titlist, is back on top with an 85 point average in 3 games. The top defensive team among the small college quintets through the first weeks of the season is Mount Union of Ohio, which has limited opponents to an average of 35.8 points a game in 4 starts. Grove City (Pa.) is 2nd with 36.7 in 3 games and Grinnell (Iowa) is 3rd with 39.3 in 4 outings. Iowa Teachers qualifies as the cleanest playing small college team to date, with a personal foul average of only 10.6 a game. Swarthmore (Pa.) follows with 11.3 and Gonzaga with 11.7. Yale's quarterback, Robert "Tex" Furse, had a passing average of .619 last fall. This was the best mark in the nation, including collegiate and professional circles. l.NIU'STEKS HOWLING LEAGU: Won 1st 2nd Krd II. C. Tot. "• & o ....... o sos fin r.fis 101 is-'s Duesenberr .. 8 H87 "31 US7 SOUS L. Dougherty 10S, 47S. Ftlco . ........ 3 «95 7.1K (iSS Studcbakcr ... 1 «!J3 CIS 051 104 M. Yczek 191, 51U, Rozen Chev.... 1 5:n fidi) B87 S8 Hunter-Sedars. 3 074 5U1 G18 L. Sailer 18',', SOS. CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd -,'(MK lUSO 1772 17H3 Tot Davey & Moen ---- 1 880 844 183 Coast to Coast ..... 3 !i02 818 881 2UU7 A. Meyer 225, 565. Fox De Luxe ..... 3 OC2 033 910 2811 Hassr's Cafe . ..... 0 786 750 77U 2315 D. Lee 3'i3; B. French HIS. ELK'S BOWLING STANDINGS W. L. Pet. Mason City Motor Coach ____ 11 l Farm Credit Assn ........... 8 4 Lj tie's "Little Chef" ........ n c Sweetheart Dread ............ 4 It .:isa Iowa Hardware Mutual ...... 4 8 .:<S3 1'hllllps "Oil" ..... ......... i! o ;)5o ELKS BOWLING RESULTS Won 1st 2nd :ird II. C. Tot. Motor Coach ;t 750 723 811 21C -,'SOu KM «59 "02 120 2 1:15 Phillips "liti" tl P. Patrick 20K; Hdw. Mutual 2 Little Chef . 1 8I>2 744 . Kd Melton 22J; SKI. SweetU'l Kd. Farm Credit I 7S2 7»U U2 70S 7!(1 7li!l . S. Bemi.s 225; F. Pirkl 5811 HI'! 732 288 241! 451> 2« ST. JOHN'S SCOOTS PAST ST. CECILIA Bancroft—St. John's high school had little trouble defeating St. Cecilia of Algona 44-23 here Sunday afternoon. The Johnnies presented a balanced scoring front, Jim Egan hit 10, Bill Budding 9 and Gene Saunders 8 points. High for St. Cecilia was Beiser with 14. The Bancroft 2nds won 20-14. STARTING TOMORROW AT 9:00 A, M. THE HUB'S ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY KUPPENHEIMER SALE SUITS • TOPCOATS • O'COATS REGULAR $85 and $90 KUPPENHEIMER SUITS $ 68 75 REGULAR $75 Kuppenheimer TOPCOATS $5075 REGULAR $65 Kuppenheimer TOPCOATS $4375 REGULAR $85 KUPPENHEIMER O'COATS $ 58 75 THIS IS THE ONE AND ONLY TIME DURING THE YEAR THAT YOU MAY BUY KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES AT REDUCED PRICES . . . THE€fHTJB ON F E D E R A L. .. J U ST OFF STATE Ike Williams Named Fighter of the Year By JACK HAND New York, (#>i _ Lightweight Champ Ike Williams and Rookie <ocky Castellani have won Ring Magazine's 2 major boxing awards or 1948. Williams, unbeaten in 10 starts ncluding 3 title defenses during be year, was named "fighter of he year" in a copyright story by "ditor Nat Fleischer appearing in tie February issue of Ring. The Trenton, N. J., king met all top hallengers. Castellani, a rangy middleweight irospect from Luzerne, Pa., who ocketed into the headlines during 948, has been tabbed "Rookie of he Year." This award was orig- nated by Ring last year when -.aVerne Roach of Plainview, Tex., vas the winner. Award to Cerdan Marcel Cerdan's exciting knock- it victory over Tony Zale of ary, Ind., to win the middle- veight championship drew double •ecognition. The Frenchman was Uven the Nat Fleischer medal for n outstanding performance and he Cerdan-Zale battle was ranked 'fight of the year." Round 11 of the Joe Louis-Jerey Joe Walcott rematch in which he heavyweight champion nocked out Jersey Joe was called 'round of the year." The biggest surprise, according Ring, was Sandy Saddler's tnockout victory over Willie Pep f Hartford, Conn., to snatch the vorld featherweight title. The ew York Negro was about a 4 to underdog against Pep. 3 Standout Champions The Ring rankings for 1948, an- lounced in the same issue, list 3 tandout champions. They are ,ouis, Williams and Welterweight ling Ray Robinson. In suggesting ures for boxing's ills in 1949, lowever, Robinson was advised to ^ive up his 147 pound title and ampaign in the middleweight -lass. Robinson has had trouble making the weight. Walcott, the Camden, N. J., veteran who twice fought Louis, and Czzard Charles of Cincinnati are •anked top challengers in the MOVIE . ncludes Lee Savold of Paterson, J., Johnny Flynn of Rochester, . Y., Joey Maxim and Jimmy Bivins of Cleveland, Joe Kahut of ortland, Ore., and others. Gus Lesnevich of Cliffside Park, . J., is No. 1 contender for Freddie Mills of England, who lifted lis light heavyweight crown last lummer. Bert Lytell of Oakland, al., is ranked next to Cerdan among the middleweights, with "ale 3rd. However, a Robinson- !erdan pairing was suggested by 'leischer. >ut neavy weight class. Another group Edwards Resigns as Redskin Coach Washington. (UB —Albert G 'Turk" Edwards resigned Monday as head coach of the Washington Redskins, National professions' .eague football team, and was Boosted to executive vice president of the club. Edwards said his first job in iis new post will be selection o: a successor. "I have 3 or 4 men in mind but ['ve made no .decision," Edwards told a news conference. Edwards declined to revea! what man he had in mind but said he expected to reach a decision on choice of a ne-w coach in 2_or c weeks. Edwards was named 'head coach in 1946 after 3 years as assistant coach under Ray Flaherty Edwards told reporters he decided to resign last Friday. He said he was under no pressure but fel that his leaving active coaching "would help the ball club." His duties as executive vice president, Turk said, will involve signing all players for the team Osage Printer Dies Suddenly Charles Ell Stricken on Holiday Vacation Osage—Charles P. Ell, shop em ploye of the Mitchell Countj Press, died of a heart attack at a hospital in Mankato, Minn., Sun day evening. He was past 70 year old. Mr. and Mrs. Ell were spending the holiday with relatives a Good Thunder, Minn., and wer about to return to Osage in mid afternoon when Mr. Ell was strick en as he was about to start hi car. He was taken to a hospita at Mankato where he died withou regaining consciousness. The Ell family resided in Cali fornia before coming here in No vember. A son, Kenneth, is also ai employe of the Mitchell Countj Press. Osage Man Dies Following Stroke Osage —Funeral services wer pending Monday for Bert A Curel, 65, who died of a heart at tack at a hospital in Mason Citj at 4 p. m. Saturday. He wa stricken on Christmas eve and wa taken by ambulance to the hos pital. Mr. Curel followed his trade a telegrapher for 32 years, rctirin in 1937 when he lived in and nea Traer for 8 years, moving to farm east of Osage in 1945. Mr. and Mrs. Curd sold the! home last summer and made plan for a long vacation to begin earl in 1949. Besides the widow he leaves brothers. Some birds take shower bath sitting and spreading their wing in the rain. RE VIE WS By CARL WRIGHT 'A Foreign Affair," with Jean Arthur and John Lund, opens at tie Cecil theater Tuesday as one of ^aramount's outstanding comedies f 1948. The laughs start when Jean gets ossed in a blanket and continue n through the picture. "The Iowa "orn Song" is a featured number. Millard Mitchell and Marlene Dietrich are featured in this one, little out of the groove. * * * Betty Garrett, musical star of he Broadway hit, "Call Me Miser," makes her motion picture debut in "Big City," showing cur- ently at the Palace theater. Miss larrett, who is married to Larry D arks, recent star of "The Jolson THEATERS AT A GLANcF JECIL—"When My B»by Smilet at Me" closes Monday. "A Foreign Affair" opens Tuesday. •ALACE—"Blr City" and "Grand Canyon Trail" now showing. • TRAND—"Homecoming" and "Son of God's Country" now showing. iTATE—!"The Swordsman" and "Bambl" close Monday. "Thunderhead, Son of Flloka" and "Hit Parade" open Tuesday. jAKE—"Mr. BlandingB Builds His Dream House" now showing. Story," won the Donaldson award :or the best musical comedy per- "ormance on Broadway, last year. Starred in the picture are George Wurphy, Margaret O'Brien and Robert Preston. "Grand Canyon Trail," with Roy Rogers, is the o-feature. * * * Two of the World war II's most listoric moments were recreated "or war sequences in M-G-M's dramatic love story, "Homecom- ng," showing currently at the Strand theater. They are the An- :io beachhead and Bastoigne, ;cene of the tragic battle of the bulge. Clark Gable, Lana Turner, Anne Baxter and John Hodiak are :he stars. "Son of God's Country" with Monte Hale is the co-feature. * * * "Thunderhead, Son of Flicka," opens at the State theater Tuesday. This is Mary O'Hara's best oved best-seller, with Roddy McDowall, Preston Foster and Rita Johnson starred. This is filmed in technicolor. The co-feature is "Hit Parade," starring Eddie Albert, Constance Moore, Gil Lamb and Joan Edwards. Bill Goodwin, who scored in "The Jolson Story;" William Frawley, Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers are prominent in the cast. # * * "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House," one of the outstanding shows of the current season, is showing at the Lake theater with Cary Grant, Myrna Loy and Melvyn Douglas playing featured roles. The film shows the troubles -and pleasures of home building. It's from the satirical book by Eric Hodgins. BEE GOES OUT ON LIMB ON ALL-COLLEGE FIVE New York, (/P) — Coach Clair Bee, Long Island university basketball coach who is a fair hand at predictions, rates Kevin O'Shea of Notre Dame, Tony Lavelli of Yale, Ed Macauley of St. Louis U., (Vlnce Boryla of Denver TJ. and Ralph Beard of Kentucky as his college all-America players in the February issue of Sport Life. Bee's 2nd five consists of Dike Eddie- man of Illinois, Bob Cousy of Holy Cross, Jim Mclntyre of Minnesota, Alex Groza of Kentucky and Slater Martin of Texas. Business Women TASTY LUNCHEONS FAST SERVICE Hotel Eadmar Coffee Shop Wll Now! End Tuesday CLARK GABLE in "HOMECOMING" Plus "Son of God's Country" NOW THRU TUESDAY (5., 7 GRANT r§>' MELVYN T30USLA5 >«• T\und O Sfft •«<*., Mr/Blandinds BUILDS HIS 5 Dream House Tickets Now On Sale For New Year's Eve Stage and Screen Frolic All Seats 65c End Monday "Swordsman" and "B»mbl" TUESDAY — WEDNESDAY Mary O'Hara's Best-Seller TPl¥im n-nn SON OF FLICKA : ^ with Roddy McDowall Preston Foster — Rita Johnson with ROY ROGERS Eddie Albert — Constance Sfoore HURRY! Don't Miss It! iPALACE Now! End Tues. Roy Rogers in "Granci Canyon Trail" In Vivid Color Coming Wednesday DOROTHY LAMOUR as "LULU BELLE" FREE DANCE TONITE Monday, December 27 Music by THE FIVE SHARPS Meet your Friends for a "Holidate" * TUESDAY NJTE, Dec. 28 Another Big Dance The Wonderful FIVE SHARPS Again! * VETS ... Be sure to have your card showing you are a member of some Veterans' organization for admittance. VETERANS' CLUB "It's the Talk of the Town" 1308 N. Federal Phone 770 Just a few New Year's Eve Reservations left. ENDS MON. THOUSANDS SAW THIS ONE OVER THE WEEKEND . . . "IT'S GREAT" . . . YOU'LL SAY SO TOO! WHEN MY 1 ; BABY SMILES AT ME "I STARTS TUESDAY* News Me« SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE, 11:30 P. M. A"SCHNOOKLE n tSSOMETHIN6 YOU WIL WWT IN YOUR. HOUSE TOO. WHEN YOU SEE GUM FORD TIRRY MOORE TICKETS NOW ON SALE

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