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Clearfield Progress (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania THE PROGRESS, Clearfield, Curwensville, Philipsburg, Moshannon Valley, Pa., Monday, February 21, 1966 PAGE NINETEEN Sports Scores St. Joseph's, Pa. 96, Creighton 90 Providence 77, Seton Hall 57 St. John's N.Y. 74, Fordham 72, ot Fairfield 65, St. Bonaventure 55 Penn 84, Cornell 66 Columbia 62, Princeton 59 Yale 76, Harvard 67 Brown 73, Dartmouth 71 Rutgers 83, Delaware 80, 2 ot Connecticut 91, Mass. 64 Penn St. 90, Colgate 70 Rhode Island 91, Maine 70 Cheyney St. 102, Millersville 71 Kentucky 73, Miss. St. 69 Duke 74, Maryland 69 Vanderbilt 89, Florida 86 Tennessee 83, Georgia 69 Auburn 90, Ga. Tech 73 W. Va. 99, Syracuse 95, ot N. Carolina 83, S. Carolina 71 Davidson 77, The Citadel 64 Va. Tech 90, Wake Forest 84 Louisville 105, N. Texas 93 Clemson 76, N. C. State 74, ot Chicago Loyola 94, Wichita 77 Kansas 80, Okla. State 74 ~ Michigan 128,. Purdue 94 Nebraska 71, Missouri 53 Cincinnati 88, Tulsa 75 Illinois 100, Minnesota 89 Wisconsin 78, Mich. State 77 Tex. West. 65, Pan Amer. 61 Wyoming 88, Air Force 74 Oregon 79, UCLA 72 Northwestern 83, Indiana 82 Iowa 86, Ohio State 80 Bradley 55, Notre Dame 44, ot Utah 92, Ariz. St. U. 76 So. Calif. 70, Oregon State'60 Dayton 75, Miami, Ohio 60 DePaul 79, Duquesne 69 Oklahoma 80, Iowa State 78 Stanford 80, Wash. State 61 On* TOPCOAT, All Wool $1.00 Size 38 p-ONE COUNTER - * Men's-Boys' SPORT DRESS SHIRTS SOME PANTS * Boys' WINTER CAPS and What's Left Here and Therel GO. GO GO! 88 p-WHAT'S LEFT - Men'sand Boys' SWEATERS * 85 Pair Pleated TROUSERS. All Wools, Worsteds, Flannels. Mostly Size 29-32 Waist. Some Larger Sizes REAL GEORGE AT. .. $300 r-MEN'S SHIRT JACS - * COTTON FLANNEL ROBES * Boys' Flannel Lined and Unlined ZIPPER JACKETS * All Men's FLANNELETTE PJ's. Sizes A, B, C, D. IT'S THE TRUTH $700 k-BENCH WARMERS - For Men CORDUROY UNLINED * Wool POP OVER JACKETS * Unlined RAINCOATS * One Group Men's-Boys' Winter JACKETS BY GEORGE scoo P-31 MEN'S SUITS WITH PLEATED PANTS WERE TO $79.50 VALUES TIMELY PLATEU LANGLEY SURRETWILL SUITS LAST CALL ! OUT THEY GO! $|500 SIZE QUANTITY 37.................. Short 1 - Regulars 5 - Longs 3 38.................. Short 2 - Regulars 1 - Longs 2 3* ..................Short 1 - Regulars 5 - Longs 1 40 ........................................... Longs 5 41 ........................................... Longs 1 42 .................. Short 4 NO ALTERATIONS - CASH AND CARRY ALL SALES CASH AND CARRY No Approvals or Exchanges DAVIDSON'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR Car. 2nd < Lotuit Sti. ' CLEARFIELD. Area Quintets Busy In Final Week of Season For Schoolboy Cagers Clearfield, Philipsburg Osceola, Glendale, purchase Line and possibly Harmony will be playing their final games this week as the 1965-66 scholastic basketball grind comes to an end. West Branch and Moshannon Valley completed their schedules last week - the Warriors with a 2-16 record and the Black Knights with a 1-17 mark - while Clearfield St. Francis and Curwensville will be the,area's representatives in post-season playoffs. Harmony has an outside chance to gain the fourth and last berth in the District 6 Class C playoffs but must get by Northern Cambria League Section B rivals Cambria Heights tonight and Black Lick Township Thursday. The Owls will be on the road for the two makeup encounters. Topping tomorrow night's menu are the Curwensville-Clearfield and Punxsutawney SSCD - Clearfield St. Francis scraps. In the Bison-Tide non-league match, the upriver five will be seeking to repeat its earlier 68-63 win. The Bisons blew a 16-point lead in that one but have different plans for their home floor. St. Francis will be playing its final game before the Erie Diocese Class C championship game as the Ponies host Punxsutawney SSCD in an Erie Diocese League Eastern Division duel. The Ponies heed a win to wind up 4-4 in the loop. One of the four Mountain League attractions finds Philipsburg - Osceola (3-2) at Tyrone (3-2). In the first cycle (the Mounties upset the Golden Eagles at home. Other league games show Mount Union (0-5) at Hollidaysburg (0-5), Lewis-town (2-3) at Huntingdon (5-0) and Chief Logan (3-2) at Central (4-1). Tonight Mount Union is at Tyrone for a makeup game. In the District 9 Class A League, where the race ended with Punxsutawney's victory over Brookville Friday, Kane (5-3) will be at DuBois (4-5). Rounding out the card are non-league games with Glendale at Juniata Valley, Brookville at DuBois Central, Bucktail Area at Punxsutawney and Bennetts Valley at Elk County Central. Purchase Line, 3-17 during the regular season, will face Marion Center Wednesday night on the Laura Lamar High floor in the first round of the Indiana County Principals' Tournament. Two of the Red Dragons' victories came against the Yellow Jackets in the Indiana Count? League. The Dragons are competing in the Class A division of the tourney, which ends Saturday. Friday is the final night of the season with Clearfield closing at Bradford in 9-A activity, Curwensville at Brookville, Nanty Glo-Vintondale at Glendale and Philipsburg - Osceola hosting Chief Logan in a Mountain League makeup. Wrestling TOMORROW North Clarion at Brockway FRIDAY District 9 Tournament at New Bethlehem (Clearfield and Curwensville competing) - Preliminaries at 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY District 9' Tournament at New Bethlehem (Clearfield and Curwensville competing) - Semi-finals at 2 p. m. and consolations and finals at 7 p. m. District 6 Tournament at Al-toona (Philipsburg - Osceola, Moshannon Valley and West Branch competing) - Semifinals at 2 p. m. and Finals at 7:30 p. m. Clearfield Bowling Team Records Team W L Huntingdon ........... 18 2 Elk County Central ... 17 3 Curwensville.......... 13 3 Punxsutawney ........ 16 4 DuBois Central ....... 16 5 Chief Logan .......... 13 5 Bradford .............. 12 6 Tyrone ................ 11 8 Kane..................11 8 Central ............... 11 8 Clearfield ............. 10 8 Harmony .............. 8 10 DuBois ................ 9 12 Philipsburg-Osceola ... 8 12 Hollidaysburg ........ 6 14 Clearfield St. Francis .. 5 10 Mount Union .......... 5 12 Brookville .............. 5 13 Glendale............... 5 15 Punxsutawney SSCD ..4 14 Bradford Central ...... 4 15 Lewistown............. 4 15 Purchase Line ......... 3 17 West Branch ........... 2 16 Moshannon Valley .- 1 17 FOR BEER, ALE, PORTER CALL Clearfield Distributing CLEARFIELD 1309 Blgler Ave. Dial 765 3961 B and I League Results Wednesday, Feb. 16, at the Clearfield Lanes: Knights of Columbus 4, K & M Enterprises 0; Smith's Camera Shop 4, Cleaver's Market 0; Criss-man's Excavators 4, Woodland Methodist 0; Willie Wire-hands 3, Miller Dairy 1; Clearfield Clay Products 3, Brown Brothers 1; Harbison-Walker 2, Clearfield Truck Rentals 2. High scores: Knights of Columbus: James Natoli 174-470. K & M Enterprises: Huey Og-den 158-439. Smith's Camera Shop: Dwight Pennington 214-524, Ed Kassab 538, Jim Walker 561. Cleaver's Market: Bill 1 Mackereth 213-559, Andy Shug-arts 512. Crissman's; Jim Criss-man Jr. 527, Dick Buchanan .205-514. Woodland Methodists W. Hipps 187-475. Willie Wire-hands: J. Michaels 191-522. Miller Dairy: L. Williams 198-516. Clearfield Clay: P. Connor 193-508, S. Ogden 517. Brown Brothers: J. Sloppy 193-486. Harbison-Walker: Mike Jay 486, F. Mitchell 184. Clearfield Truck Rentals: B. McCracken 180-501, F. Duck 500. Lock Haven Belts Bloomsburg, 26-6 LOCK HAVEN - The Lock Haven Bald Eagle wrestling team protected its first place rating in the N.A.I.A. standings here Saturday night before more than 2,000 fans as they pounded Bloomsburg State, 26-6. Bloomsburg was rated third. In a battle of former Clearfield County wrestlers, Lock Haven's Bob Larson of DuBois topped Bloomsburg's Jim Rol-ley of Clearfield, 14-8, at 130 pounds. Another ex-countian, Tom El-ling of Mo .Valley, helped the winners with a 7-3 win over Frank Neiswender at 167. El-ling's win assured Lock Haven of at least a tie. The summary: 123-Lorson (LII) dec. Taylor, 9-6. 130-Larson (LH) dec. Rolley, 14-8. 137-Rhoades (LH) dec. Peters, 5-4. 145-B. Blacksmith (LH) dec. Sutter, 8-2. 152-Campbell (B) dec. Claar, 8-6. 160-J. Blacksmith (LH) dec. Grst, 6-2. 167-EHing (LH) dec. Neiswender, 7-3. 177-Vargo (B) dec. Smith, *-3. 191-Swope (LH) dec. Lewis, 6-1. Hvy.-McDermott (LH) won by default. Joe Paterno, New PSU Coach, Ponders Drills UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (AP)-Penn State's new head football coach, Joe Paterno, is on the lookout for another assistant coach. "The new man I bring in will help with both the pass receivers and quarterbacks," Paterno, 39, who himself gained a reputation as a molder of quarterbacks, said. "I'll have some of the coaches working with the offense as well as defense as we have a very fluid, talented staff," he added over the weekend. Thus Paterno, for 16 years the backfield coach at Penn State, found himself in the thick of things within hours after being selected head coach Saturday. The Brooklyn-born athlete succeeds Charles A. (Rip) En-gle who announced his retire-tirement Friday after directing the Nittany Lions for 16 years and establishing himself as one of football's all-time coaching greats. "I'll make a few changes as far as assistant coaching responsibilities are concerned but I don't expect any problems in the transition," Paterno said. Paterno will begin blowing the whistle April 9, the start of spring practice. He said he plans to stick mainly with the "I" formation and varied-T attack. Sports Briefs BERLIN (AP) - The first sub four-minute mile indoors in two seasons belongs to Jurgen May of East Germany./ May ran the mile in 3:58.2 Sunday night and in so doing set an unofficial indoor record of 3:41.9 for 1,500 meters, the East German News Agency announced. TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - It took an extra cigar or two, but chunky Joe Campbell has his first pro golf tournament victory in three years. Campbell, who usually smokes about six cigars a round of golf, puffed his way "through seven or eight" stogies Sunday as he shot a steady 70 and whipped Gene Littler in a sudden-death playoff for the $9,000 first prize in the Tucson Open Golf Tournament. SALISBURY, Md. (AP) - When Charlie Pasarell was a 14-year-old tennis prodigy down in Santurce, P.R., eight years ago, he had a temper tantrum on the court and drew a sharp reprimand from his father. Today, Charlie Pasarell, now 22, composed and his massive temper harnessed, is the hottest court commodity in the United States. He won the National Indoor Championship here Sunday, beating Ron Holmberg of Dallas in the final 12-10, 10-8, 8-6 and surviving perhaps the most imposing field ever to play in the hardboard event. National Hockey League Sunday's Results Montreal 5, New York 3 Detroit 4, Toronto 1 Chicago 5, Boston 1 Curwensville Looking ahead to the fall, he said "there's a great deal of work ahead, especially in rebuilding the interior line." He will not have a contract as such. He has tenure as a faculty member in the School of Health and Physical Education. Salary was not mentioned. In announcing the appointment, Ernest B. McCoy, Penn State's athletic director called Paterno "an excellent teacher." Engle said, "I am confident he will be one of the fine coaches to emerge from this era of outstanding young men." Paterno played under Englc at Brown University from 1946 to 1949 and quarterbacked two of Engle's best teams, directing the Bruins to a 7-2 record in 1948 and an 8-1 record in 1949. Navy Motown Whip PSU, 20-14 UNIVERSITY PARK-Navy's powerful wrestling team, rated fourth in the nation, turned back Penn State, 20 to 14, here Saturday night, Clearfield's Wally Clark who had won four, lost one and tied one was a 15-5 loser to Navy's Gary Burger at 123. The summaries: 123-Burger (N) isc. Clark, 15- 5. 130-Ganderlofske (N) dec. Hoi- tetter, 7-1. 137-Hicks (N) dec. Fiti, 124. 145-Eremus (PS) dec. Mies, 7-0. 152-DeWalt (PS) dec. Kent, 6-4. 160-Seaman (PS) dec. Quidort, 70. 167-Palmer (N) dec. Kline, 4-1. 177-Lorenzo (PS) pinned Marshall, 4:16. 191-Carloni (N) dec. Seitz, 7-2. Hwt.-Nicholson (N) won by default over Kuhns. Tobacco Too Good To Smoke Juat a pinch of Copenhagen Snuii b*tw**n chctk and aunt brings you the aatii-faction ot smoking-without �moking. 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Brown Brothers: Mary Lou Stewart 164-447. M. J.'s: Diane Kenyon 189-391. Chubby's: Cindy Ogden 417, Therisa Mitchell 160. Graham's: Marlene Graham 164-386. SPECIAL VALUES! It DON'T CRY, BOSS!" We'll get rid of this stuff if we have to give it away"! COME IN MOTHERS All Merchandise is on GEORGE Tomorrow PLUS Will Get You Many Lovely Items For Your Child at Real BARGAIN PRICES! TINY TOWN FASHIONS Phone 378-7122 HOUTZDALE DRESSES LINGERIE SPORTSWEAR PURSES NYLONS George Washington didn't sleep here! ... But look at the SLEEPERS George left here 1 LOOK WHAT 22e plus Will Buy For You TOMORROW! All Winter Merchandise Will Be on SPECIAL SALE! Phone 378-7122 HOUTZDALE HONEST VALUES IN EVERY DEPT. Rich, Delicious WELCH'S Chocolate Covered CHERRIES Th.ByY A^Xd! 55C k�x - 2 boxes $1.00 VI-J0N STICK Oeodtrant kmui met ... sicmi inn 29c lc 2<"30e Buy Several 1 TOT TRIKE For BOYS and GIRLS Reg. $4.99 Sale^l" MISSES' and WOMEN'S JERSEY DRESSES SIZES 12 � 20 - Wft to 24V4 Reg. $4.98 NoW$398 Carnival - Reversible KITCHEN RUGS Sixe 24"x45" Reg. $1.66 Now $|47 Stamped Pillow Cases Asst. Patterns Reg. $1.88 now 97 pair WHITE METAL Venetian BLINDS Plastic Tape Size 27" to 32" 64" Length Reg. $3.33 Now$2.87 WOMEN'S BABY DOLL (Sizes S-M-L-XL) PAJAMAS and GOWNS, Reg. '1.98, Now $| 33 Q. C. MURPHY CO.-First Qualify Always 245 E. Market St. Clearfield
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