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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 9, 1959
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14 $«pt. *, 1«» Globt-G»i*ttt, Mason City, la. Cherokee Favored in Lakes iLoop to Repeat for Title A • \ I * ' ' . . ." (EdtUr't Note: This i* tk« *tk ta ^» .Mtlei •• pre-»eisoi« miMCts •< ei •• pre-»eisoi« ^. top hlrh itlrooi f»etfc»U con- .,<«rencts). 2 * By HOYT LUITHLY 'ipirtt Editor, Esthirvillt Ntws 2 ESTHERVILLE W> — Chefo kee is favored to repeat as champion of the 'Lakes Confer ence. - Coach Burce Pickford has 11 lettermen back, including five starters from the 1958 team. • The Braves' offense will be directed by veteran quarterback :10 Top Golfers ?Named to U.S. Ryder Cup Team DALLAS, Tex. IM—The PGA has formally named the 10 top U.S. golfers to try to get the .Ryder Cup back from the Brit ish. ; The men were picked Tuesday for the matches Nov. 7-8 in Palm Desert, Calif. ,' .All but one of the 10 will com •.pete in the Dallas Open starting -here Friday. "* Veterans on the squad are •~Sam Snead of White Sulphur -Springs, W. Va.; Jack Burke Jr. of Kiamesha Lake, N. Y.; Dow Finsterwald of Tequesta, Fla.; Doug Ford of Mahopac, N. Y.; Cary Middlecoff of Memphis, Tenn., and Art Wall of Pocono 1 Manor, Pa. - Newcomers are Julius Boros "of Southern Pines, N. C., Jay Hebert of Sanford, Fla., Bob Rosburg of Napa, Calif., and Mike Souchak of Durham, N. C. Former Cyclone Athletic Chief Dies of Cancer MALTA, III. (M—George Veen- Jeer, 65, former football coach and athletic director at Iowa -State, died of cancer here Tues*day. ••' Veenker was coach the last "time the Cyclones played Iowa. :Thal was in 1934 when they up•set the Hawkeyes. 31-6.' . • Veenker spent five years on the staff of Coach Fielding Yost at Michigan before going. 7 "to Iowa State in 1930. In 1935, he became athletic director and held the post until he retired in 1945. • Veenker coached basketball •at Michigan in 1929-30. During this tenure as-athletic director -he promoted the federal WPA '"'relief project in the depression ; [years that gave Iowa State its •golf course. *H : M '. Veenker is survived by his widow. They had no children. Charles City I. C. Takes 70-3 Win - : CHARLES CITY — Charles -City I.C. defeated Elm a I.C. 10-3 ."iri!a baseball game played here -Tuesday. The game was knotted ~~2-2 going into the fourth frame when the Wildcats exploded for six runs. Joe Gerkin pitched the distance for the winners and hurled a 3-hitter. The linescore: Eltnm I.C SOO MI 0— 3 3 4 Ch»rtei City I.C. .. 200 620 x—10 fl7 Corrlck, Lammers O> and Merrick. Oerkin and Badamacher, Putney. Dick Orchard. Halfbacks Doug Lundsgaard and Charley Cun ningham add speed to the at tack. End . Mike GianopoUlos, 200 pounder who is 6 feet 5, head the line which includes veterans center Mike Holderness, tackle Dale Allen and guard Ron Griffith. SPENCER and Sheldon tip- pear to be the top challenger for the conference title. Spencer won but two game last year but Coach Bill Cook has 15 lettermen back, including several bulky linemen. Standouts include backs Jim Jackson, Gary Hughes,. Jim Koehnk, Gary Jones and Ron Bailey and linemen Jon Easton and Mel Meyer. Coach John Tillo has 12 vet erans returning from last year 1 : Sheldon , team which finished fourth fn the league. All-Con- ferance tackle Bob Zoet head the line. EMMETSBURG lost many of last year's standouts by graduation but could be a contender Coach Clint Stille has eight let term en back, including quarterback John Hall. Storm Lake, coached by Bill Tryon, will build around guard Gary Sliefert and halfback Jim Hoffman. Only four of las' year's starters returned. Estherville must fill vacan cies at end . and tackle to-become a challenger. Coac% George Richards' team lacks speed but ' has backfield veterans Kim Knutsen, Jay Johnston and Ken Vaubel back. John Moklestad and Leo Anderson are standouts in the line. THE ONLY NEW coach In the Conference-is Ray Beal at Spirit Lake. He inherited eight letter- nen, including backs Stan Lawyer and Dan Foote. Top linemen are tackle Dennis Koppen, guards Gary Moore and Rich Schindler and center Dallas Singer. Sibley lacks size and speed, Coach Milt Marvin says, although nine lettermen are working out. Only two interior line veterans are on the squad. BOWLING • IDCKY LEAGUE owm Hardware Z, Lloyd's Mobil l.i» T. Meniel 1»6, 524. Globe-Gftiefte I, Stoyle* Pre«« 3. BUI Humphrey 532. Northern Lumber 2, Wonder Bread 1. nick Jenkins 213, f!GG. leiiars Pontiac J, Carnation 2. John Camper 209, Rod Wri«ht 492. Harry's Surplus ' 0. Safeway S. Roy Cowman n. r ., S. Goldstien 401. 'BAM HIGHS: low* Hardware 875, ' ? "FAMILY MIXED LEAGUE eiJars 3, May-Buds 0. Don SchafOr (Sub) 198, Cliff Alid 511. illey IX 3, Four Rorer* 0. George Siymeczek 173. 481. layseeds 1. Davis "«G" Service t. Andy Oswald 201. 4i>3. ;ing Tin 0, Pop Overs 3. Arlene Brown 151, Calvin Brown -128.! •our D's '0. Fizzles 3. Kenny Kiekena (sub) 202, Dick Dunn 475. Scores in Minors PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Seattle 10, Portland 5. Vancouver S-S, Spokane 1-1. Sacramento 4, Phoenix 2. Salt Lake City 7, San Diejo 1. AMERICAN ASSN. Louisville 2-8, Fort Worth 0-0. Dallas 9, Indianapolis Z. Denver 20, Omana 1. Charleston 4, Houston S. Minneapolis 3-3, St. Paul 2-4. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE No playoff lames icheduled. 3 Quarterbacks Out of .Action at Iowa Teachers CEDAR FALLS (UP)—Three quarterbacks at Iowa State Teachers .College were out of action Tuesday. .. . Regular Jim Damron had a pinched nerve in his passing shoulder. J. IV Morgan had two sprained thumbs, and -. Gene Doyle has a shoulder separation that will keep him out of Saturday night's opener with Bradley. Fullback . Duane Bonsall is also out of the Bradley game with a'knee injury. Coach Bill Hammer is "hurt- n'." Thornton Drubs . Meservey 18-1 THORNTON — The . Thornton High baseball team drubbed Meservey 18-1 here Tuesday to push its record to ^4-1 for the season. The losers were held to four hits by. a pair of Thornton pitchers. • The winners, who scored 10'runs in the sixth in ning, used 10 hits and 10 walks :o gain their easy triumph. Phil Winthers led the attack with two doubles. The linescore: Meserver 010 000 -—1 * 2 Thornton 202 04(10)—18 10 5 Suntken, Meints, Weimann »nd Gross, Dirks, Wlntber »nd Pals. TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD Lovely to look of ... r& $8 ^"Al L<S^ DIAMONDS $300 $200 $10O Terms to Suit Your.Budget 10% Down — 10% Month BiancharcCo 12 EAST STATE FBI., SEFT. llth KENNY HOFER AND THE MIDWESTEKNERS SAT.. SEPT. 12th CHARLIE TRUSSELL ind THE AIKLINEKS TUBS., SEPT. loth — 8 (o 11 Teens' Dance LINK and Th* Convertibles Don't Forget Our WEDNESDAY NIGHT m DINNER SPECIALS 2 Dinners for the Price of 1 plus 10c! SMORGASBORD Thursday Night 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. V.F.W. Club 7315 - 4th St. S.W. At Your Theofrers Family Fun • // JLJ I • in HOIK for Lovers" - *j.' i "Holiday for Lover s,"^Cine- maScope version of Broadway's hit comedy, opens Thursday'at the Palace Theater. The film, in be Luxe color, stars .Clifton Webb, Jane Wyman, Jill St. John, Paul Henreid and Gary Crosby. This is a motion picture comedy, that the whole family will love and enjoy. Produced by David Weisbart and directed by Henry Levin, the picture was filmed amidst the beauty,of the South American cities of : Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in Brazil and Lima, Peru. The story revolves around the Dean family and' the adventures and pitfalls that overtake them during their stay in South Amerca. Webb plays an eminent consulting psychologist from .Boson's Beacon Hill. His eldest daughter, played by. Miss St. ohn, announces that s h e is eaving the college conducted our of Latin America to accept Flame-Room 1341 North Federal TONJGHT'S SPECIALS Filet Mignon $1.25 French Fried Shrimp $1 THURSDAY SPECIALS Filet Mignon . $1.25 Cholc* of Salad Spaghetti and Meat Balls $1.0O Bar-B-Q Ribs $1.50 King Size Chole* ft Salad and Potatoes WE'RE AIR-CONDITIONED OPEN 5 P. M. TO 2 A. M. LADIES' SPECIAL TONIGHT 7:00 to 9:00 P. M.' Half Southern Fried Chicken or Fried Jumbo SHRIMP .....^.--. Barbecued Ribs ..„.__«.__.. Fillet Mignon $1.00 HOLIDAY LOUNGE RESTAURANT ON HIGHWAY. 18 EAST EDGE OF CLEAR LAKE THEATERS AT A GLANCE XCIL— "M Itartod WMk a 'KUt" B*W W«4* HolWay for L»v«ri" liarti Thursday. - . . • . TRAND— (New ak*w Friday). AKB— "Aik A»y-Olrl" clo»«« W»*»M. 4ar. "HMM oa K*uBt*4 H1U" »*t "I, M»fc»l«r" atari Th«r»*ay. . . DBIVEaN— "ArMBd tk« W«ri4 hi M *ay»" elottt Wedatsdky. "Skane" an4 "Maraealfc*" aUrt a scholarship to study under a great Brazilian architect, played by Henreid.', - ; » : ' . Disturbed by this, Webb books passage to .Brazil for himself, his wife, played by Miss Wyman, and his youngest daughter, played by Miss Ly.nleyv Episode piled on episode of how the har- rased father of this family tries to outwit Dan - Cupid in Latin America make "Holiday for Lovers" excellent film fare for old and young. Moos* Skowron of the Yank ees, Dick Gernert of Boston and Gail Harris of Detroit were the only American League first basemen in more than 100 games in 1958. RIAL LIADER i PHILADELPHIA (UPD- Lefty. Grove had the lowed earned run average In the American League nine season* while pitching for the Philadelphia Athletics and Boston Red Sox.- ;•'• .'•:-. V";,.,A-J:/; '•• • IXCELLINT SERVICE • DELICIOUS FOOD • LUXURIOUS DECORA Is Yours t« Enjoy tin* TOWN HOUSE LADIES' SPECIAL •ENDS WEDNCSDAT "AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS" IN COLOB DRIVE Thawte. STARTS THURSDAY FOR 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY IS CAR-PAK- NITE — CARLOAD $1.25 There never was a motion picture lika. the greatest story the West ever filmed!. TECHNICOLOR* PLUS FLAMING COLOR CO-HIT AFLAME WITH DANGER... THRILLS... ROMANCE I ABBELANEfRANCisLEDERER TECHNICOLOR* ADIES- Cf CA FEC1AL . «*•••«»" Town House Etery Ertnlnf « U » P. M. CLLAR LAKI ENDS TONIGHT (WED.) D»vM NIVM -.8hlrL«r M»cL»U>« "ASK ANY GIRL- STARTS THURSDAY .•"HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL" Vincent Prie» "I MOBSTER St«v« Cochran CO(MfOr-tOMAN« AT ITS t£STI IIETRO-GOLQWVN-MAYER piesenU M »KOL» WWtHICNON — GLENN FORD DEBBIE REYNOLDS GUSTAVO ROJO• EVA GA80R• FRED CLARK •* EDGAR BUCHANAN CINEMASCOPE wd MCTROCOlOa COMPLETE SHOWS AT I 1-3-5-7-9 HI-WAY K WfST MASOH OTY, IOWA SERVING DINNERS from 6:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. Daily except Monday Sunday •. . . Noon to 4:00 P.M. POPULAR PRICED MENU CATERING TO THE WHOLE FAMILY MASON CITY'S BEST AND FINEST THEATRE STARTS FRIDAY, SEPT. llth Thrill Packed Adventure! — COLOR AND VISTA VISION — JUST ASK FOR nr And We'll Do The Rest THE LURE OF THE | DESERT WAS IN a DARK HI ILO« • • • MS (•!».:••<•• ij»-W-; At Th» .THE CALL OF ADVENTURE WAS IN HIS YOUNG BLOOD! Only in our times could such a strange romance happen—between the lost soWier •to could not forget his duty—and the sheft's suttry daughter who gaw him her seWess love! \ IV HOP DRIVE UN Try All Our Fantastic Drinks Such As CHERRY-UP ALL FLAVOR COKES ANY SIZE ROOT BEER ENJOY THEM ALL WITH A FAMOUS 9'ER •.39'er — HAMBURGER FRENCH FRIES ROOT BEER ANTHONY OONALO ANNA MARIA STEEL • SINDEN • SANDRI The BinCK TENT AMORE MOREUL r> 'V i:-.3 i VWTAVK .M...T1 |49'«r, PORK TENDER SANDWICH On A B"ti FRENCH FRIES SOFT DRINK ,59'«i HAMBURGER FRENCH FRIES MALT HEADQUARTERS FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS GA 3-5983 PURSUIT OF MEN «COLOR BY DE LUXE STEREOPHONIC SOUND *it££* CAROL GARY CROSBY Clifton Webb •Jane Wyman Jill St. John • Paul Henreid Starts Thursday! Open 12:30 ' — Add*d — COLOR CARTOON TRAVEL NOVELTY [ENDS WEDNESDAY: Your Lot* Chonee IP Meet the Kidi in "BLUE DENIM"

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