Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 10, 1957
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Belt Iowa Wesleyan For Second Straight Victory Upper Iowa imli'iishfii ;, , , ;,. n |. loss aoriiil ;itl;u-k upon the Ii>\v;i Wt.'.sli:y:m Punt her. s t.. pick up tht?ir SL'tnnd straight vii-tm-v H't- 14. Terry SU-vcns vvu.s Ihr hiu Pea. cock offensive wciipon as he passi-tt for i)D7 y;irds and run lor •lii inoM! fur 11 1ntal (if li.if) yards. out.- of tin? best individual effort.-; put on by an Upper Iowa undiiei •. Other Great Too Of course Stevens couldn't have had such a hot ni«ht i( it hadn't hadn't been fur the other memlHTS of the squad. The pass receivers wen- making sensational Krahs. and the line was doin^ a tri'liiendcuis jol> oi pron-i-tinu him '.vliL-n he threw. Dr. Donnan's ci'ijjple.-. alsu played an oiits;;ii)dinK defensive Kami; as they limited their opponents to just one.' touchdown. that one coming early in the s< <•- utiil umirler. 'I'lu.' other 'I'D was a nii'l as the Panther's n^hl t-titi ticur^e Luiiuquist rolled into the end zone with a Peacock tumble iti his anus. Fires passes 30. 47, 42 AI'UT running one play intn the line Ihe first li/ti'- Upper Iowa had the ball. Terry Stevens fadi'd back and heaved a long pass lliat ftnittt) Drn/iy lirunuii there the tivshman speedster I'lyi-'.cd it into the end /.one tor the iirsi Peacock talbe of the nu',iu. Huh Johnson, \vhu did iiothili;: but kick extra points because o) .j bail cold, added the extra point'. About two minutes later Steve bit 1'iuinm a/lam fur the second Uiuchdown. This lime Ihe play carried 47 yards, and Johnson mi.ssed the iry tor e.x.ra point to make the score l!i-l). Steven;; found the ranue ajviin alnml a niimitt later when he nlU'd a llal )>;iss In tlroi L;.- Cabalka for tiie Kist of his tree touch- itii.vn passes. I'lK 1 play was K"od J.ir -1'J \ni\ls and made tin- score l.i-t). Wesleyan Finaly Scores loA'a \VVsl> van found the i.'iiifji Lien, and sen; e I their .oiichdoun of Ihe l!)r>7 sea- when I'M Uoss, haiibatk. skirl. d Ins own rii'.ht ei\d for 1 1 vards, and Ihe TIX In the second half the Peacocks took the kit-Roll and marched downlicld. primarily on Ihe strenlh of Stevens' pas.-u s, to tlie Jowa \vesleyan three. From there little John Yoan^blut was H' vl '« Ihe call and he promptly smacked into the end/one carrying a 240 pound tackle across the {>iial lml ' v.'iih aim. P.ot) Johnson added the P.A.T. to make Uif srov;- M-7. Panthers Score on Fumble With the ball deep in Peacock H-rritury early in the. last frame. Terry Sli-vi-ns atiempied to pitch mil 'to Wayne Martin. But the hani ehargin!4 Ifl't end, George '' - /» Peacock page ENGLISH TEACHERS CONFER Luther Takes Over Conference Lead UPPER IOWA PEACOCKS rarini'. to go for another victory. From left to right. .Johnson, U'.'.vit'' M.:iMi and Milt Mose. >rnt- C;ibalk;i. lloh , |( | first on . through and knocke.l down the flip, L'OtiKhl UH- ball and rolled intu the end /one f"r Uu 1 tinal Wesleyan tullit 1 . Stevens Score Final Late in the final quarter the Upper lowans had a drive stop- pod on thu 10 yard line when a fourth down pass full incomplete. lowu Weslc-yan took ovur unit in an desperation attempt to score again the We.sle.yan quarterback ku grabbed onto and started goal threw a pass that George. Cabal- ward. When it looked as il ta- balka was penned up he turned anil shot a lateral U> Terry Stevens who went over with the tmal touchdown of the c.ame. STUDENT COUNCIL SPEAKS — The Upper Iowa University .student legislative body brains another year supporting the democratic principle.-; which tin- University highly upholds. From left Bill Drake, president; .loan Latham, secretary-treasurer; Davt Bohlen. vice-prcsidi'iit, and Prufissor Keith Hiinme], Sponsor. FOOTBALL SEASON IS HERE! U.I.U. — OCT. 12 Dubuque Here PARENTS DAY 1:30 F.H.S. — OCT. 11 Sumner There Upper Iowa Peacocks Prepare For Another Victory This Week FAYETTE — The Upper Iowa Univer.Mty Heai ork.s u'efe hard at work Monday as they be^an their short week of prep;iration lor Iheir next bailh- U'itli Iowa \V> sleyan ill Mount I'lea-ian! 'I'luirsilay ninhl. The Peacoeks svill be after !hi"r second win of the xeusnu. while the Panlhi-rs \vill be look iriy for' their firs! victory of the vear. Huiii-r lnwa picked up their first victory of the season last .. ..vv.i-.ii.y Mi*;io i<y ijiiiiiiiir War;iii .; 19-7. The \\-tn enabled Ihe KPP--M- lowan- to retain posses- Tales Authority Speaks The Iow;i College (.'onfen-m-e on Knj;lish \v;is hold in the Col- Ki-ove-VViilUi'i- iivuiitoriimi Ui.st Friday and Salurdav, Featured speaker for tin- two day event was Mr. Kit-hard C'hase. North (.'arolma folklorisl and milhor. Chase is the uei-i-pteil American expert on J;a-k Tales, fulkore found nenerallv in the North Carolina Mountain area. The program opened with rei;- istratiou of approximately (ill English professors fi-om all of Iowa's collides and universities. Refreshments were served after registration. In the opening cun- lerem-e session Fi'iday afternoon. Dloreiu-e l.e.irer. Oi'ake University, led ;i discussion on William Faulkner. This sesssion was lol- losved by ;i |)m;;ram on eompusi lion headed by Keiih Illiniums Iowa Stall' L'ollejie. IJiehard Chase deliverevl his aildre.ss following dinner Friday evening. The address ^ul undei•- Wiiy at li p.m. and was opened to the Kelteriil public. A rct-eption for the c'liid'ereiu-e- pnrlicipanls was h..|.l in the X,imt« H. Graf dormitory. Jami's Clay. lo«-;j Stale Teaeh- L-rs Colleij'.', led the first session SalnnUiy mornin;; on the modern meaning ;heory in dramatic criticism. Curtis Bradford. Gnnnell College, le.l the second session on Ihe composition of Yeat's "The Mother nf C!od." A patlel discussion closed the cunt'ei'ent'i' jiro^rum with Kli/u- bt'th Altnen, l)es Moines East Iliyh, un'l Wayland Osborn. state department of public instruction, participating on the subject. "Kaisinn She Threshold for Iowa English Teachers." slim' of the "Victory Bell" for IJie third strai^lit year. T College of Decorah took over the Iowa conference lead Saturday nifiht when they soundly defeated Central 20-6 at De- i-orah. Up and down Parsons played to a scoreless tie with Dubuque, the next foe for the Peacocks. Parsons was the only team to come close to scoring as they moved deep into Dubuque territory, but fumbled away their scoring change each time. Over at Waverly, Wartburg showed that they still had to be touted with its they knocked off i lie Peacocks only conqueror, Buena Vista. 21 -G. 'The Knights scored early in the first quarter after the Beavers had fumbled on their own 15 yard line, and the Beavers were never more to be feared. Hucna Vist;i scored its only touchdown in the fourth quarter after a Knight fumbio had given i.'ie the opportunity. The final conference name was 'iclwceii our own Peacocks and Iowa Wesleyan. With the win Ihe Upper Imvuns were able to iiuivi 1 into a second place tie with Wartbuiv,. IOWA CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L T Luther a 0 Upper Iowa U Wurtburg 2 Uuena Vista 1 Simpson 1 Central 1 Parsons 1 1 Dubuiiue 0 2 1 Iowa Wesleyan 0 2 Jean Garbee Sent To Korea FAYETTE — An American National Red Cross official, Helen M. Grandfolas, has announced the appointment of Mnry Jean Garbe,-. Upper Iowa University graduate, to Supplemental Recrea- t'onal Activities Overseas (SRAO) branch of the Red Cross program. Mlstt Garbee; daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene E. Garbee, Upper Iowa University president, I >fl the United States !his week PARKING WARNINGS Student Council, held Uiek regular meeting in the'-'Golc&ve- Walker lounge last Thuftdhy. Parking' vi o 1 ajtJx>ns were brought up. and siftnw will' be made signifying thahvisitors and South HfllL boys: have the. right to park in the south .parting Jot. Parking tickets will be issued to violaters. Organizations who. HT* having queen candidates shouJi IjAVe there nominations in. to Bill Drake before October. 9. The Fayctte Chamber om,.Conv merco is going- to present a .ropliy to the first prize float. The organisation of that float will have its name printed on th« trophy. The trophy iMU''b6 placed in the showcase in the Colgrove- Walker lounge. Judges were, chosen to. check the floats B£FQR3, hpmecgruing to see if they are in, neat and. organized order., The. Judges are Phyllis Jo'rdanger, Carol' kinkie- wicz. Dave " Bdhlen ah"d"" Ted Zeran. They- will • look'-' at 1 each from San Erancisco* on. /her. way to Japan and later to Koceai for a one-year tour of duty. She wo* -graduated- in summer commencwndnt activities • -last August with an-' English major and Speech and Art fnihOtft' *Sh« also attended the. .l/nlv?rsUy of Kansas tor •' two' years taking oc- ctipatldnal thrtrfpiiy ahd' art work. ...:..-• RECREATIONAL EXPfiRfEaCE The appointment constitutes her , first pnjf&sflipnaJL, position with th^,Rert,Qross. ho)*(«yw, she has worked on , th^,, iUpjwn fowa campus, in : the l^ed ; tjros* awim- mirig prog/an) .which, is; held annually, in; the summer,. Sne has also served os a,«pmweioF at. the Des MoJines ..YWCA; camp at Boone and Camp Minakj, in. Minnesota. She has had. camping), experience in girls camp*, in,., North Carolina and Georgia and also has been on several canoe -trips into the Superior, Quetico area with Manltato State Teachers college groups and 'her family, This specific 'Red Cro£ program is Just three, years^pjd., and the Korea assignment is considered a "'hardship" post due to the nature of the terrain aad present situation insidt. the country. ......... Following, this y ( ear assignment ui JS^i dress "at pre'seni mobile Unit", ' FRI. & SAT, df- and spreader 1 nicks are awailiny your order. Stevens Runs And Passes For 355 Yards jjj Phone 73 Terry Stevens was nearly the jjj............. ; ..... :;::;:;::T;: . : , whole.'show down at Mount ".-' "" Plfusant last Thursday ni«ht as he passed and ran for a {-rand -----total of 355 yards. ';';'; He threw passes for 307 yards, jjj 233 coming in the first half. :jj three trows went for touchdowns, jil The longest play beinu 80 yards, j|| a pass to Denny Bruinm. !'•'• Fayette Stone Co. Inc. Fayette, Iowa I 11 & 12 Say You Saw it in the LEADER £*& COMPLETE PROTECTION racr ^^r ^^ ^X TH1HK/ STATE AUTO, AUTOMOBILI PUBLIC TRUCKS FARM LIABILITY OINERAL LIABILITY WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PIpBLITY AND SURBTY BONDS ACCIDENT AND HIALTH HOSPITALI7ATION Stot* Auto and Casualty Underwrite DBS MOINIS, IOWA Earl Schneider I Insurance FREE A CLOCK RADIO, AN ELECTRIC .CLOCK WILL BE GIVEN DRAWING SATURDAY EVENING , LUBRICATION JOB WITH EVERY 10 GALLONS OF GAS > PURCHASED [i! The prizes to he given away Saturday night were purchased at SCHNEIDER'S Electrical Appliance Sftwr«|i E*y«tt« ./, "Jones, your wife's birthday dinner at Ott's Drive In doesn't go on the swindle sheet." The birthday present she'll like the most, Is a birthday dinner, we'll be your host. 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