Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 13, 1949 · Page 47
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ROUNDUP «, ' ,— Steve wen, who has labored long and hard to convert the New York Giants' into a T formation football team—and, incidentally, to. restore his reputation as a "modern" coach—feels he finally has achieved some results . . . Charley Conerly has learned to fake like a real T quarterback . . . in Sunday's torrid game against Washington, says Steve, Conerly faked so well on one occasion that a Redskin tackled him and then let go, figuring he didn't have the ball. . . Charlie did, and promptly stepped aside and threw o pass . . . Speaking of nifty sidestepping, watch what happens the first time a member of the boxing managers guild is offered real dough for an exclusive contract. The "guilt" has voted to ban any manager who signs an exclusive contract with a promoter, but the lads should be able to dodge that easily. Really Tall J. F. "Pop" McKale, the Arizona U. athletic director who really spins 'em when he spins a yarn, has been telling'this one about his football exploits in the old days ... Pop says when he played there were no end zones so when a ball was kicked over the goal it remained in play no matter how far it went. ... So one day an opponent kicked one which kept rolling and rolling back with McKale in pursuit. . . , Finally he grabbed the pigskin and ran more than a^quarter mile through the entire opposing team for a touchdown (probably breaking the 440- yard record enroute) . . . "And for the conversion," McKale adds, "I jumped over the goal posts." Shorts and Shells Newest football bowl promotion, the "Senior Bowl" at Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 7, proposes to pit the Outstanding senior footballers of the Southern and Southeastern conferences against the rest of the country—and to pay the boys cash for playing. . . . Hope the lads don't forget such things as basketball, baseball and track when they're offered "perhaps a thousand dollars." .... Dick Kczmaier, who has developed into Princeton's best tailback, was the only boy who ever graduated from Maumee, Ohio, high school with a straight A record for 4 years. . . . Norris Anderson, Lincoln Star sports ed., has called Nebraska's exact point total for 3 straight football games. Better give him an A too. Stagg to 8e Honored at Celebration By BEN FRENCH SelinsrMTove, Pa., (/P)—They're planning a rousing big celebration here Oct. 22 for the "grand old man of football," who at 87 still feels he's "too young to retire." Invitations have been sent out to more than 100 of the nation's top grid coaches to join in paying homage to Amos Alonzo Stagg on his GOth consecutive year in college coaching. A testimonial dinner, torch light parade, rally and the Susquehanna.-Upsala homecoming game are scheduled in honor of the man who is considered football's greatest inventor as well as a symbol for character and sportsmanship. However, Stagg, who dislikes IN LUTHER HOMECOMING— Don Gordon of Lake Mills, quarterback and ace punter for Luther college, gets in some practice for Saturday's homecoming game at Deoorah against Valparaiso university. Gordon is playing- his 4th season of football for the Vikings. anniversaries of any kind, would rather they'd skip the entire affair. He's afraid the idea will get around that he's planning to i-e- tire. "We're not much for anniversaries in our family," he explained. "My wife and I almost forgot our 55th wedding anniversary a few months back." The former coach at the University of Chicago is looking forward to at least 5 years more in his capacity as advisory coach here at Susquehanna university, helping out his son, Alonzo, Jr. And doctors at the Geisinger hospital at nearby Danville bear him out on that. After a complete examination several weeks ago, they decided that Stagg has at least 5 years of good health ahead, barring mishaps. "I don't want to quit as long as I'm useful," Stagg said. "I am fully convinced that the pearl of greater price to me is to continue my life's purpose*of helping young men through the relationship of coaching." Stagg played h!s collegiate football under the famed Walter Camp at Yale in 1888-89. In 1887, he pitched the Eli baseball team to a 2-1 victory over the old Boston Nationals and turned down several major league offers to plan for the ministry. He has contributed, among other countless plays and formations, such famous offenses and defenses as e'nds back, halfbacks on defensive line, turtle back, fake kickoft'. double delayed pass and the sliding offensive end. In 1889, he invented the tackling dummy. Officers Named Swea City—Donald Mino has been elected president of the Grant 4-H club for the coming year. Other officers are Dick Waterbury, vice president; Gene Tokheim, secretary-treasurer, and Bill Tokheim, reporter. Wesfmcrr Game to Be Wartburg Homecoming at Waver/y Saturday Waverly — The Wartburg Knights meet the Westmar Eagles on Saturday for the feature homecoming attraction on the Wartburg college campus this weekend. Both teams have a 2 and 2 record to date. Gametime is set for 2 p. m. at Waverly city field. Halftime activities will include the colorful crowning of the Knights' homecoming queen. Coach Marvin Nelson and his Knights will be gunning for their 3rd victory of the season and their 2nd conference win. Thus far this season the Knights have piled up an imposing 4-game total of 1183 yards to 835 for the opponents. Of these yards, 908 have been on the ground while the Knights defense has yielded only 524. Erv Hanus, the big fullback from Tama, Is still the leadint ground attack with 251 yards, but he is followed closely by Paul Bruns, shifty Mason City halfback, who has 243 yards. Bud Rowray, Waverly, promising freshman halfback, added 71 yards in the Buena Vista game to bring his total to 201 net yards gained. , If the Knights can win the game with Westmar they will be well up in the Iowa conference race. Currently they have a ,500 average with a 6-0 win over Buena Viita and a heartbreaking' 13-12 loss to Luther. DEBUT AT HIALEAH Miami, (/P)—First stud crop of the famed Australian Bernbor- ough will get to the races this winter at Hialeah. Among the Arnold Hanger horses at the track will be a Bernborough colt purchased for $35,000 at the Keeneland yearling sales, Another colt will be in the care of Trainer J. P. "Sunny" Smith. Garner Couple to See Son Play for Old Eli Garner — Dr. and Mrs. K. H. Phillips left Tuesday for New Haven, Conn., to visit with their son, Leonard, who is a student at Yale, and will attend the Yale- Cornell football game Saturday. Leonard is playing defensive left half on the Yale team and played in the game with Connecticut Sept. 24, which Yale won 26-0. He also played in the Columbia game which Yale won 33-7. From New Haven Dr. and Mrs. Phillips will go to Raleigh, N. Car., and then return home through the Ozark country in Arkansas and Missouri, Kanawha —Mrs. Donald DeWall of Mason City was honored by relatives here with a shower at the Kanawha Mel';odirt church. Mr. and Mrs. DeWall live in Mason City following their marriage Sept. 8. More Bowling CITY BOWLING LEAGUE STANDINGS W. L. Co-Mo Photo .' 12 KICM Jl Dick's Bowline Center JO Miller's Hljh Lite 10 Northwestern Cement 10 Tip Top ]0 U. P. W. A 10 Barta TrunsUr It Nichols Farm Equipment ...... 0 Groh Spray Faint ,, X Johnston Fl«wer« 8 Reab D-X. Manly 8 Hub Clothiers 7 3 4 n 6 5 6 5 n 6 7 7 7 B 8 » 9 11 IS a:; as To Have Investigation of 9th Ring Death in Nation This Year Detroit, Mich., (U.R)—Authorities began a "thorough investigation" Wednesday "i n t o , th'e •' death K of Lightweight Boxer Talmadge Bussey, 26, who died after a furious ring battle with Chicagoan Luther Rawlings. Prosecutor Gerald K. O'Brien summoned "all concerned" to a conference to- discuss the death of the Negro battler who once fought and lost to Champion Ike Williams. A similar hearing by the Michigan Boxing Commission d i s- closed "no negligence on anyone's part in connection with the tragedy," Commissioner Floyd Stevens said. • Bussey died Friday, 13 hours after he had fallen beneath a barrage of blows from Rawlings, himself so stunned that he was unable to remember events after the 6th round of the fight. Doctors said 'the cause of the popular young fighters death was a massive cerebral hemorrhage. There was no indication that Bussey was not in to p -notch physical condition when he entered the ring, Steven? said. His death was the 9th ring fatality in the nation this year and followed by only 6 days the death of Italian Heavyweight Enrico Bertola, after a Buffalo, N. Y., bout. Kozy Korner Little Chef .... V. F. W Credit Bureau . Decker Brothers Sears Roebuck. . Parklt Marklt .. C1TV BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS Won 1st 2nd 3rd |1.C. Tot. Pavkit Markit. « C47 131 710 300 2451 Tip-Top a 758 8SS 842 J05 2523 V. Read 188; Babe Eau Claire K32. Kozy Korner . 1 SOB 807 708 450 2771 Little Cher ... 3 903 770 870 264. 2807 Penny 234, 598. Decker Bros. . 0 fi»9 750 Bo* 270 3377 V. P. «'. A. .. 3 732 785 0«3 38I> 2512 E. Thornvon 190; 481. Groh 8p. Paint 2 7»9 741 8«3 312 261f> Miller's Hi. L. 1 722 800 758 396 2676 A. Groh 191; L. DeSomery 511. V, F. W i 765 732 725 375 2597 Johnston's Fl.. 8 752 837 784 210 258J H, Lee 190; B. Duncan 539. Dick'i Bowline 0 825 813 829 261 2728 Barta Tram.... 3 775 809 905 441 2930 T«d Bumbly 2Ml Hallti-an 564. Hub Clothing . 2 «37 804S 830 3G6 8839 Credit Bureau. 1 711 »13 709 384 2707 Ray Theiien 215; B, Kaufman 549. Sean Roebuck 1 118 702 745 447 2712 Co-Mo Photo . 8 80S 810 818 429 2800 C. Err"t 308, AM. Nlchels Farm . » *57 884 929 KICM .:..:... 6 ' 788 . Treloar 247, 605. N. W. Cement. 1 75L 828 sac 300o 783 234 2033 791 Rob D-X .... 2 «59 787 H. Leonard 1M; £. Yezek 507. 771 390 2703 784 417 2G47 2 Girls Council Positions Contested Des Motaes, (/P)—Two members of the representative council of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union have been renamed to the council without opposition. Two others hav; opposition for re-election, a report by R. H. Chisholm, IGHSAU executive secretary, showed Wednesday. Chisholm reported on results of the tally of nomination ballots. To be nominated, a candidate must receive the votes of at least 5 member schools. Final election ballots will be counted Oct. 27. The nominees include: Southwest district: D. D.»SIo- cum, Lewis (incumbent). Northwest district: M. F. Christie, Fonda (incumbent). Northeast district: J. P. Lambert; Manchester (incumbent). John J. Schoenfelder of Aurora, Elmer Kretschmar, Waucoma. Southeast district: Raymond Byers, Fremont, (incumbent), William Gienapp, Mingo. NEEDED ANOTHER Chicago, (#•)—The 1920 Chicago White Sox iinished 2nd to Cleveland despite having 4 20-game winners on their pitching staff. Urban Faber won 23, Claude Williams 22, Dickie Kerr 21 and Ed Cicotte 21. The club's other pitchers couldn't add enough games to that total of 87 to overhaul Cleveland's 98 wins. The 12 seasons in which Jimmy Foxx hit 30 or more homeruns ranks 2nd only to Babe Ruth's 13 campaigns. FIRST TWIN BILL Cincinnati, (/P) —The first doubleheader recorded in baseball history was played on Sept. 9, 1876, between the old Cincinnati Red Stockings and Hartford, Conn.,-in the Reds' first season in the National league. Hartford won both games with William "Candy" Cummings becoming the game's first "iron man" by pitching and winning the 2 games. Andy Seminick of the Phillies and Eddie Kazak of the Cardinals worked In the same coal mine at Muse, Pa. 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