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Anthon Defeats Corwith 5-1 f tor Fall Prep Baseball Title JEFF HEATH . —Heading for Release Heath Placed on Waivers by Braves Boston, (/P)—Waivers, i: for the purpose of .giving him his. unconditional release," have been asked by the Boston Braves for Jeff Heath, veteran, hard hitting outfielder. The Braves, who announced the move just before midnight, said the waiver period would be up Thursday but that Heath is under no compulsion to report to any major league club which might wish to pick him up for the nominal fee of one dollar. Because he is a veteran of 10 years in the majors, Heath is free to deal with any club. General Manager John Quinn said he talked by phone with Heath who is at home in Bow, Wash., and offered him a minor league manager job in the Boston system. Heath asked for time to think over the offer. Heath played little for the Braves this past season because of a fractured ankle suffered in Brooklyn just before the 1948 World Series which the Braves lost to the Cleveland Indians. He came to the Braves from the St. Louis Browns after- being waived out of the • American 1 league where he had done plenty of hefty slugging. Slater, (/?) —Anthon is the new Iowa high school fall baseball champion. The new champs defeated Corwith 5-1 Wednesday in the finals of the fall baseball tournament. Carroll Sawin, Anthon fastballer, pitched a masterful 4-hit game. Anthon jumped off to a 3-run lead in the first inning and was never threatened. The runs came on Earl Peterson's single, a walk, an error and Bill Emery's single. A touch of wildness by Sawin and faulty fielding gave Corwith its lone run in the 5th inning. Corwith 3rd Baseman Roy Johnson was hit by a pitched ball and reached 3rd when Brother Duane's liner went through the 2nd baseman. Johnson scored when Jim Davis hit into a fielder's choice. Anthon's other runs came in the 3rd inning on 2 singles and a sacrifice, and in the 5th on Earl Peterson's triple and an error. It was Anthon's first state championship in several tries. Anthon reached the finals the last 2 years. The line score: RHE 1 4 5 552 Ship- Keith Corwith 000 010 0 Anthon 301 010 x Walt Babcock and Bob man; Carroll Sawin and Sawin. Chamberlain Picks Gophers, Missouri, Iowa on Saturday By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Chicago, (IP) — Taking another football flyer after having our wings clipped by Army and Illinois: Minnesota 20, Ohio State 14 — The Buckeyes have the speed to skirt Minnesota's great line and the passing to go over it ... If they can harmonize this attack it may be a toss up. With the Prep Grid Slate Mason City at East Waterloo. Fort Dodge at East D. M. (Sat.) North D. M. at Roosevelt D. M. West Waterloo at Wilson C. R. Charles City at Decorah. Osage at Cresco. New Hampton at Oelwein. Waverly at Cedar Falls. Clear Lake at Algona. Iowa Falls at Eagle Grove. Webster City at Clarion. Hampton at Humboldt. •-,Belmond at Forest City. Nora Springs at Garner. Northwood at Buffalo Center. Britt at Lake Mills. Nashua at St. Ansgrar. Rockford at Manly. Greene at Riceville. Dows at Ventura. Renwrck at Livermore. injured Billy Bye, a fine passer as well as runner, ready for action and the fleet Dick Gregory geared, Minnesota is amply prepared. . . . The loss of Fullback Vic Janowicz at this time is a tough blow for the Bucks. Notre Dame 24, Tulane 10—A clash of unbeaten giants with the Irish coming up for their first big test of the season in good shape and eager for the kill. . . . Tulane, absorbing a 59-6 walloping when it last met the .Irish in 1947, will be in a revengeful mood—but that won't be enough for the pride of the south. Michigan 20, Northwestern 7— Throwing off the yoke of trying to keep a long winning streak alive, Michigan is ready to open defense of its Big 1.0 title with a bang. . . . Chuck Ortmann, injured at the outset of Army's 217 win Saturday, is back on duty to lead the Wolverines over a team still reeling from successive losses to. Pitt-,and Minnesota. Iowa 19, Indiana 7—Several of Iowa's key linemen who were sidelined when Illinois won 2014 last week, have returned to give the Hawkeyes" more strength Iowa Will Be Thin at Guard, Tackle Posts Iowa City, (/P)—The University of Iowa football team accented both offense and defense Wednesday in preparation for its homecoming game with Indiana Saturday, Coach Eddie Anderson said the Iowa team was "thin" at tackle and guard. Tackle Hubert Johnston and Guards Earl Banks and Bob Lage ar'e injured. Banks may be ready for some duty against Indiana, but Lage is not expected to play. Johnston is undergoing heat treatments for a neck injury suffered in the Illinois game. Backfield men have been put through several long defensive drills in the past week. The backfield lineup for the Indiana game is not yet settled, Anderson indicated. Football Notes From Big 10 MINNESOTA Minneapolis, (U,R)—J. Gene Fritz and Buster Mealey probably will be the only Gophers to miss the Minnesota-Ohio State clash at Columbus Saturday, it appeared Thursday. Billy Bye was still bothered by the back injury suffered last week, but worked briefly at left half Wednesday. Just in case Bye won't be able to play Saturday, Coach Bernie Bierman added Bill McMoore, hardworking senior, to his travel roster. OHIO STATE Columbus, Ohio, (U.R) — Coach Wes Fesler said Thursday that Right Tackle Jack Wilson and End Dick Schnittker, both of whom suffered knee injuries, would be able to play Saturday when his Buckeyes meet Minnesota here. Vic Janowicz, who also received a knee-injury in the Southern California game, will not be ready for the Gophers, Fesler said. NORTHWESTERN Evanston, III., (U.R)—Don Burson was expected to start at quarterback instead of Dick Flowers for Northwestern and Don McRae Grimm Said to Have Big Money for Deals in Strengthening Cubs * He Has Sites Set to Gather Dodger Talent was slated for place of Fatso right guard in Day when the for a rather easy -march. The ORDER NOW! New Fall Styles and Fabrics in Custom Tailored SUITS and OVERCOATS Boosters are improving, but appear destined to be knocked down for the 4th straight time. Missouri 14, Illinois 13 — The Illini already with 2 ties in 3 games, could get still another here. Looks mighty even. Illinois, a notorious slow starter, is gaining steam behind Sophomore Johnny Karras, the league's top yard maker. But a flip of the 52.50 up coin says Tigers, although Halfbacks John Glorioso and Nick Carras are injured. • Wisconsin 18, Navy 13—Another toughie between 2 improving outfits. . . . Now, if the Badgers will only quit fumbling—Bang! Michigan State 20, Williams and Mary 13—The Spartans, pressed for a 14-7 win over Maryland, face another sturdy eastern bunch. Marquette 14, Detroit 7 — The Hilltbppers will have to keep on their toes. Purdue 19, Miami (Fla.) 6 — The Boilermakers first win. READY-MADE SUITS PRICED AT $45 TOPCOATS 37.50 UP Sharkskins, Gabardines and Worsteds. Ed Finnegan CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES 24A 1st St., S. E. Across From Davidsons ALTERATIONS - REPAIRS 25 Years Clothing Experience BENDIX RENT ONE $1.25 PER WEEK M. H. & B. Inc. Marston-Hosteller and Brown BendiT Dealer Since 11)38 22-24 First S. E. Phone 1488 Purple gridders meet Michigan in Dyche stadium Saturday. These were the only 2 changes indicated Wednesday as Northwestern went through another overtime practice session in an effort to add steam to its offensive attack. WISCONSIN Madison, Wis., (U.R)—Bobby Petruska, improved but still limping from an injured ankle, appeared Thursday as the Badgers sole hope for the offensive quarterback spot against Navy here Saturday. Johnny Coatta, Wisconsin's sophomore quarterback, and Gwynn Christensen will probably be unable to play. INDIANA Bloomington, Ind., (U.R) — Preseason enthusiasm prevailed among Hoosier gridders Thursday as the return o.f Left Halfback Al Tutsie put them at their greatest strength this year. Indiana meets Iowa Saturday. MICHIGAN Ann Arbor, Mich., (U.R)—Michi- gan gridders were to have their final heavy training session of the week Thursday with emphasis again on passing as they prepared for Northwestern Saturday. Ace Passer Chuck Ortmann, halfback, who suffered a head injury against Army, will definitely be ready for the Wildcats, Michigan coaches reported. ILLINOIS Champaign, 111., (U.R)—Illini grid- ders bent their efforts Thursday to an effective defense against a powerful Missouri weapon, the running pass off the split T formation. The squad had a stiff session Wednesday against freshmen using this type of attack and were in for more of the same Thursday afternoon. Missouri's Tigers have made almost half of their 1,262 yards in 3 games with their passing game. PURDUE ' Indianapolis, Ind., (U.R)—Thirty- six members of Purdue's football squad boarded a chartered plane Thursday from here to Miami. Coach Stu Holcomb put the Boilermakers through a final practice session under the lights at West Lafayette high school Wednesday to get them ready for the night time clash with Miami Friday night in the Orange Bowl. (All I need are some more games involving Duke and Michigan to hit bottom. Must be at about a pitcher's batting average on those clubs.) LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Right W<rong Tie Pet. 30 11 3 .723 SEASON'S RECORD 109 30 6 .784 Boston college to beat Mississippi. Georgetown to beat NYU. LSU to beat Georgia. Purdue to beat Miami. San Francisco to beat San Jose. Temple to beat Bucknell. Villanova to beat Tulsa. Texas to beat Arkansas. California to beat Southern Cal (playing a hunch). Dartmouth to beat Colgate. Duke to beat N. Carolina State. Vanderbilt to beat Florida. Army to beat Harvard. Holy Cross to beat Duquesne. Washington State to beat Idaho. Illinois to beat Missouri (very doubtful). Iowa to beat Indiana (if the Hawks don't win this one they may not win any others). Iowa State to beat Kansas State (but slimly). Iowa Teachers to beat North Dakota. Kentucky to beat Citadel (they are loaded). Marquette to beat Detroit (guesswork). Michigan to beat Northwestern. Michigan State-to beat William and Mary (upset possible). Nevada to beat Wichita. North Carolina to beat Wake Forest. Notre Dame to beat Tulane (a battle of the biggies). Minnesota to beat Ohio State (the Bucks are a jinx team for the Gophers, they have a better offense and they're playing in Columbus but Wes Fesler's team is crippled). Oklahoma to beat Kansas. Oklahoma Ags to beat Drake (but the Bulldogs will make a game of it). Oregon to beat Colorado. Oregon State to beat Montana. Penn to beat Columbia. Penn State to beat Nebraska. Pitt to beat Miami (Ohio). Princeton to beat Brown. Rutgers to beat Syracuse. Rice to beat Southern Methodist (our No. 1 flyer). Texas Christian to beat Texas Aggies. Baylor to beat Texas Tech. UCLA to beat Santa Clara. Stanford to-beat Washington. Navy to beat Wisconsin (the Badgers are injured at the quarterback slot). Cornell to beat Yale. SPORTS By ED SAINSBURY Chicago, (U.R)—Charlie Grimm, the Chicago Cubs' vice president in charge of baseball, went to the World Series to dicker for players with plenty of money and probably an idea that he might pick up any or all of 12 Brooklyn Dodger stars. The tipoff on the Cubs' desire for help from the pennant winning Dodgers came when President and Owner Philip K. Wrigley ransacked the Windy CHy to get pictures of an even dozen Brooklyn stars. It wasn't certain he wanted to scan their faces just to select the players he wanted, but he probably didn't want them for advertising. Imposing List Wrigley underlings listed 5 in-* 'fielders, Spider Jorgensen, Peewee Reese, Eddie Miksis, Jackie Robinson and Preston Ward, 4 pitchers, Ralph Branca, Don Newcombe, Rex Barney and Paul Minner, 2 catchers, Roy Campanella and Bruce Edwards, and one outfielder, Carl Furillo. They got pictures of nearly all of them. Dodger Chieftain Branch Rickey reportedly arrived here Wednesday presumably he "planned to continue matching wits with Grimrn over at least some of the Brooklyn dozen, and "looking for one more pitcher." But both he, if the report were true, and Grimm could not be located late Wednesday night in the Windy City. Cub sources were ROUNDUP by Huqh S Fullerton. ir New York, (/P) — Dr. Clarence Rungee of New Haven, Conn., a football fan from away back, weighs in with a protest against the 2-platoon system on these grounds. . . ', "A football player on the defensive platoon has no opportunity whatsoever of advancing the ball unless he is clever and quick enough to get hold of a fumbled ball or an intercepted pass. . . . Then on the very next play the guy who is interested in being on the aggressive side is removed so the offensive platoon can continue" . . . Rungee wants to go back to the system whereby a man removed from a game could not re-enter during the same period. . . . That, he says, would develop all-around players . •. . High School Sports Trail Sounds good, but what about the good player who spends his entire college career as bench-warming sub for a 60-minute star? . . . Or how about the poor coach who has plenty of trouble telling a thick-headed tackle, "You run that-a-way" and who then would also have to explain, "You grab him this-a-way." Incomplete Pass Cadet-Midshipman Paul Olsavsky of Kings Point, and the publicity dept. both claim this is true. . . , During the year at sea required of the merchant marine lads, Olsavsky carried a football on his journeys and at each port he hired someone to be the receiver while he practiced passing. ... In Prance it was a Marseille dock walloper; in England, a former soccer player. . . In India not one of the dock workers would accept his money . . .Paul finally sought out the boss stevedore and asked how come. . . . "Sorry, young officer," replied the Indian, "but all my men are Moslems and therefore forbidden to tpuch pigskin." Cleaning the Cuff The LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby junior college grid team in Illinois has won its last 2 games by scores of 68-0 and 96-0. L,. P. O. didn't punt in either game — so that's their By L. E. SKELLEY Des Moines, (/P)— The battle for the Mississippi Valley conference leadership switches to Dubuque Friday night when the Rams of senior high collide with the Davenport Blue Devils. Each team has won 2 conference games and the winner will be- all alone at the top of the standings, Dubuque, starting with an inexperienced squad, has improved week by week under the direction of Harold Sweet. The Rams knocked ofi highly regarded .Iowa City 14-7 last Friday. Wally Schwank also has done a good rebuilding job at Davenport. * * * Dubuque will be the locale for another top; attraction this weekend. Loras Academy and Central Catholic of Sioux City tangle Sunday in a game that will decide the unofficial Iowa Catholic school championship. Loras holds victories over Dowling of Des Moines and St. Ambrose Academy, the latter a 26-24 victim. * * * Tipton, defeated last week 6-0 by West Branch for its first loss in 2 seasons, returns to Wamac conference play Friday night against Monticello. Tipton heads the conference with a 3-0 mark. * * •* Atlantic, involved in a red-hot with Shenandoah for the Oct. 13, 1949 17 Maton City GUbc-Gaietle, MI**B City, U. Dyer to Stay as Manager of Redbirds St Louis, (U.R)— Fred M. Saigh, Jr., owner of the St. Louis Cardinals said that Eddie Dyer will manage the team in 1950 and that he is confident the "Cards will be pennant material." "I'm perfectly satisfied with his work," Saigh said of Dyer .who has one yeai- to go on a 2-year contract. Part of the ills that made the Birds DYER wind up one fold up in the last days of the 1949 season and game behind the pennant winning Brooklyn Dodg- evs in the National league can be solved with new players, Saigh said. weakness, hey? North Caro- Bauer Meets Lindsay in Quarterfinals of Women's Texas Open Fort "Worth, Texas, (/P) —A 15- year-'old Californian who's been cutting down the veterans in the Women's Texas .Open golf tournament faces another stiff test in Thursday's quarterfinals. Young Marlene Bauer meets Marjorie Lindsay of Decatur, III. Each won a 19 - hole victory Wednesday. Marlene ousted Defending Champion Polly Riley and Marjorie deieated Babe Zaharias. Kansas State Champion Marilyn Smith moved ahead with a 3 and 1 victory over Marlene's 20- year-old sister, Alice. Marilyn's quarter-finals opponent will be another state champion, Betty MacKinnon, the Arkansas titlist who plays out of Mt. Pleasant, Texas. Miss MacKinnon ousted Betty Jameson of San Antonio 3 and 1. lina U. is looking for the guy who broke into the publicity office and stole a stack of photographs of Charlie Justice. . . . Probably some frustrated opponent who found that was the only way he could tackle the Choo Choo. CHARLIE GRIMM —Ready for Business unable to confirm reports that Rickey arrived and that he and Grimm, might be continuing the bargaining they started while the Bum stars were losing the world title to the New York Yankees. Would Be. a Big: Deal And maybe some of the dozen will show up in Cub uniform next year, although certainly such a deal would entail a tremendous amount of money, probably over $1,000,000 should all players be involved, or less should only some come to Chicago. Grimm confirmed that he talked with nearly every genex~al manager or club owner in the National league. "I milled around," he said, "finding out what we can work for, and I think I laid tne groundwork for some future deals. But nothing now." "We're going to try to do some fixing up, but our club isn't so bad. We're not going to tear it apart. We've got good material and we're going to fill in a couple of spots. "We're going to give one good try," he said. "We're always going to keep trying." Wrigley was unwilling to announce how much money Grimm was authorized to spend in his World Series junket into the trading marts, but he confirmed that cash was available to buy players. TEXAS ROSES Friday Afternoon and Evening and Saturday - dozen M. H. & B. Inc. Phone 1488 Marston-Hostetler and Brown 22-24 1st S. E. OELWEIN SEEKS 2 GRID DATES ON '50 SCHEDULE Oelwein—Oelwein high school would like to fill 2 football dates on the 1950 schedule, Sept. 15 and Oct. 6. Schools interested in scheduling games on either date are requested to contact George Butcher, athletic director at Oelwein high school. Close Games in Series Iowa City — They play them close for the most part in the Indiana-Iowa football series. Since the opener in 1912, Iowa has won 9 games, Indiana 8, and 4 ties are recorded. Ten of the 21 games were decided by an average margin of 4.9 points. Some of the close ones: 1937, Indiana, 3-0; 1938, Indiana, 7-3; 1939, Iowa, 32-29; 1940, Indiana, 10-6; and 1942, Iowa, 14-13. It was 7-0 for the Hoosiers last fall at Bloomington. race Hawkeye Seven title, has a line averaging more than 200 pounds and 2 sets of equally good backs. The Trojans have won 4 conference games and "Shen" 3. The race likely will be all even after the Shenandoah-Villisca game Friday. Atlantic has non-loop business with Greenfield. * * * East high is the biggest surprise in Des Moines prep doings this fall. The Scarlets, tutored by Herb Hein, former Minnesota star, has a 3-1 record and is tied with West Waterloo for the Big Six conference front at 2-0. Last year's season mark was 3-5. Hein took over a squad that had only 2 regulars. Top newcomer is Halfback Wayne Bergstrom who sprinted to 4 touchdowns in East's 32-13 win over Mason City. East expects a rugged assignment in 3rd place Fort Dodge (2-1) at Des Moines Saturday. * * * The big date in northeast Iowa conference activity apparently will be Nov. 4. That's the day Halfback Dusty Rice and his Oelwein mates invade Waverly to meet the defending champs. Their current conference records are 4-0 for Waverly and 3-0 for Oelwein. * * * Bud Miilikan, Newton basketball coach, is seeking a March 3 basketball game to top off the Cardinals' regular season schedule. He would like to land a home game with Iowa City, Mason City or Ottumwa. Oklahoma, Texas to Continue Grid Series in Cotton Bowl Dallas, (/P)—The Universities of Oklahoma and Texas will play their annual football game in the Cotton Bowl here through 1953. "We are hopeful that the contract will be extended indefinitely," said Bill Hitzelberger, general manager of the state fair oJ Texas. The .fair operates the' Cotton Bowl. Hitzelberger had just said Wednesday 1:hat the 2 schools "several weeks ago" extended their contract until 1953. It had been scheduled to expire in 1951. "They wanted to extend it longer than that but the Big Seven conference has a rule that a contract of this sort cannot be extended more than 5 years," the fair manager said. ON TITLE BALL CLUB Burt—Daryle Batt of Burt was a member of the llth airborne division baseball team which won the far east command title and later competed in the all-army series at Ft. Benning, Ga. Change Football Date Swea City—The Swea City high school football game slated at Kiester, Minn., on Oct. 28 has been changed to Oct. 25. In 1921-23, Gil Dobie produced 3 undefeated, untied football teams in a row for Cornell. Thornton Triumphs 4-1 Thornton — The Thornton .high school baseball team concluded its season by defeating Rock Falls 4-1 in a game played here featured by the hitting of Nielsen and the pitching of Winther for the victors. CLIAN OUT RUST, SCALE, DIRT AND SLUDGI..., THE •3 WAY A d«an cooling system b as important To your car at proper lubrication. We can cUan your cooling system thoroughly, . quickly, economically with thk new, modern method. Af & Dicks Super-Service 105 So. Penn Phone 222 AND YOU LAUNDER WHITE f SELF SERVE LAUNDRY* '30 /*//f 47? MWDRY S£W/&i SOUTH PHONE J7J Requests Coaches to Throw Away the Old Crying Towel New York, (U.R)—Harvey Harman of Rutgers Thursday called upor. his fellow football coaches to throw away their time-honored crying towel and "tell the truth." "Let's stop knocking our own product," he said. "No coach can be asked to say his team will win. He only puts himself on the spot if the team loses. But any coach can say, "We've got a good football team. Our line has a couple of weak spots but our backs are'fast and I think our passer is excellent. T think we'll be up against it Saturday, though, because our opponents have a better line and a powerful offense." Such talk is a long way, of course, from the usual coaching laments, such as Frank Leahy's pre-season "fears" that his Notre Dame team would be hard put to win a game in 1949. Harman thinks it's perfectly fine for a coach to express respect for the opposition, but the coach should not "give the impression that he has a lot of helpless young men who will be lucky to keep their feet during the playing of I the national anthem." Minnesota Tickets Popular Iowa City—Iowa has sold some 4,700 tickets for the Minnesota game at Minneapolis Nov. 5 — and only about 300 still remain on sale. It was one of the biggest sales for a Hawkeye out of town game in history. Find "No Negligence" in Death of Boxer Detroit, (/P) — Investigators for the prosecutor's office reported Thursday they had found no evidence of negligence in the ring death of Talmadge Bussey, Detroit lightweight boxer. Members of Prosecutor Gerald K. O'Brine's staff, however, were continuing to take statements from principals in the fight promotion. Bussey, 25 year old ring veteran, was knocked out by Luther Rawlings of Chicago in a bout at Arcadia Monday night. Eleven hours later he died in a hospital of a blood clot on his brain. There's a WARRIOR on the label,..and Quality in the beer Bf«»ln f C«., U Crom, Wltcomii NOW IN PROGRESS SPECIAL BUYS ALL NEW «^^S^:?H61 95 nut stock and i^tiefje. ^ B Save Get Your SHOTGUN A H Gauges-Priced — ana— HUNTING LICENSES In SEARS Sports Department • An rrtew Fhn Steta feUs T» SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENT First Floor 23 East State Phone Ml

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