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10 Oct. 7, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. Presentation Gets to State; Pitcher Has Hand in Cast Whlttemore— Presentation Academy of Whittemore is the only parochial school in the state' to make the finals of the Iowa fall high, school tournament at Slater opening Saturday. In earning a berth to the finals, Presentation defeated F e n t o n, Hurt, St. Cecelia's of Algona, Bancroft, Ruthven and Melvin. A remarkable feature of the Presentation's success in tournament play has been the pitch- Ing of Armand Elbert. And Elbert has hurled with a cast on his left hand, 7 games to be exact. In the Sioux City diocesan tournament, Elbert suffered a broken finger in s game against Bancroft and the ELBERT cast must stay on the hand for 2 more weeks. But that hasn't stopped Elbert from hurling. T/7fs Involving Big TO Teams Y/ill Affect National Rankings He throws the .makes a quick ball and then swoop to the ground to pick up the glove for the return ball. He then drops the glove to the ground again and starts another pitch. Three itmes he hasn't had time to grab the glove but he made barehanded stops of hit balls and threw out men going to bases. His cast isn't white; it has a coat of By ED SAINSBURY Chicaro, (U.R) — Three of the 7 football games involving Big Ten teams Saturday threaten to affect the national rankings seriously and a 4th, should Purdue turn in an upset, could upend the entire national picture. Mighty Minnesota plays Northwestern at Minneapolis. Michigan scraps with Army at Ann Arbor. Ohio State travels to Los Angeles for a contest with Southern California. Purdue remains at home to take on Notre Dame. And all 4 of the games, upset/or not, will give every fan in the country an idea of just how tough the winners might be. Minnesota Favored Minesota has whipped Washington and Nebraska while Northwestern, winners over Purdue, went down before Pittsburgh. But the Wildcats, although 2-touchdown underdogs, should be strong enough to test the Gophers, and a Minnesota win would lift the Minneapolis club into a challenging position for mid-season ranking as number one in the nation. The M i c h i g a n-Army fiesta matches a pair of clubs classed among the top 4 or 5 now. Michigan, undefeated and untied in 25 games, was a 2-touchdown choice over the Black Knights from the Hudson, but a victory by even 13 points would strengthen the Wolverine claim to championship ranking. SPOUTS black shoe polish shine. with a fancy Rated About Even Cyclones Rated High Nationally Through Statistics Ames—Iowa State, both as a team and individually, is high in the national statistical picture according to figures released this week by the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau. As a team the Cyclones rank 4th .in total offense wJ^th an average of 472 yards a game. Nevada with 521.5; Ohio .State with 478.5 and Texas with 476.7 lead the Cyclones. In rushing offense and passing offense the Cyclones rank 10th. Nevada is the top rushing team with 357.5 yards to 293.3 for the Cyclones; Denver has the top passing yardage of 237.7 compared to 178.7 by the Cyclones. Bill Weeks, junior quarterback from Hampton, retained his 3rd place spot in total offense with 500 yards and moved from 10th to 8th in passing with 22 completions in J 47 tries for 456 yards. John Bright of Drake is the top in total offense and rushing with 731 yards and 457 yards. 'Bill Chauncey rates 5th in rush- Ing .with 287 yards. In pass re. ceiving \ Jim Doran is 6th with 11 passes for 230 yards. Don Ferguson, defensive quarterback for the Cyclones, is 3rd in punt returning -with 9 for 168 yards. Tops in the field is Matson of San Francisco with 182 yards. Montreal Ties Series Against Indianapolis Indianapolis, (fP) —Dan Bankhead of Montreal and Mel Queen of Indianapolis got the nod to try to pitch their respective teams out in front in the Little World Series Friday night. Clarence Podbielan pulled the Royals even with Indianapolis Thursday night with a tight 2-hit 7-1 victory. It was Bankhead who got the International leaguers off the mat with a triumph Monday night after the Indians had won the first 2 games at Montreal. The Ohio State-Southern California clash might be a preview of the Rose Bowl. The Buckeyes, averaging nearly 7 yards every time they carried the ball in the first 2 games, were one of the favorites for the Big Ten crown while the Trojans held about the same position on the west coast. Neither team was a marked choice in Saturday's scrap. Purdue, despite a 20-6 whipping by Northwestern and a 217 loss to Iowa, looked like a possible upsetting opponent for Notre Dame. The Boilermakers lost by one point, 28-27, to the 194§ Irish crew and though Purdue now looks far from the 1948 squad, it could be tough with Halfback Harry Szulborski back to prance. Notre Dame rated a 3-touchdown favorite, although the game will be played at Purdue before a sellout 52,000 fans, largest crowd in Purdue history, in newly-enlarged Ross Ade stadium. Hawks Given Edge The 3 other games involving Big Ten clubs seemed hardly so important to the national scene. Iowa entertains Illinois in a conference game, and although the Hawkeyes were a one-touchdown choice, there was a lot of sentiment for Illinois to win. Indiana will meet Texas Christian and its football battery, Lindy Berry and Morris Bailey, at Bloomington. The visitors were a one-touchdown favorite over the Hoosiers. In the final contest, Wisconsin closes a 4-year pact with California at Madison, and although the young Badgers showed plenty of spirit in their one victory and one tie this season, the west coast club was picked to win. California, Rose Bo%vl losers to Northwestern, was held 2 touchdowns better than Wisconsin. Texas-Oklahoma Game Heads Grid Slate in Midlands Kansas City, (^P) — Oklahoma and Missouri will attempt to better their ratings in the national football picture Saturday while 4 other Big Seven teams will seek to clarify their conference status. Coach Bud Wilkinson's Oklahoma Sooners will meet Texas' Longhorns in a battle of powerhouses at Dallas, Tex. Missouri, coached by split-T founder Don Faurot, has a major assignment in Oklahoma A. and M. at Columbia, Mo. In conference affairs, Nebraska and Kansas State will play at Manhattan, Kans., and Iowa State and Colorado at Boulder, Colo. The Kansas Jayhawks, whipped in their first 3 starts, figure to get on the winning side in an intersectional tilt with George Washington at Lawrence, Kans.— but not without a battle. Oklahoma, an outstanding favorite to repeat for the Big Seven championship and one of the nation's toughest outfits, figures to have all it can handle in Texas. The Sooners beat Texas 20-14 last year. Both are undefeated this fall. Missouri lost its first 2 games by a single point, 35-34 to Ohio State and 28-27 to Southern Methodist. Faurot says he will by-pass the platoon system in favor of the strong unit Saturday. Iowa State, No. 1 surprise in the league to date . by virtue of its 20-20 tie with Illinois and a win over Kansas, will be in top shape for Colorado, which has had its share of manpower misfortunes. Both Nebraska and Kansas State are hopeful of high ratings in the final conference standings. Nebraska's Quarterback Fran Nagel, a transfer student, <\nd Sophomore Hiram Faubion of Kansas State are expected to tangle in a first class offensive bout. Kansas State broke its 5-year losing streak in 'topping Colorado 27-13 last week and the Wildcats' stadium probably won't accommodate all the willing customers Saturday. The maximum seating capacity is about 18,000. ROUNDUP by Huqh S Fuller-ton, ir. Dodger pitching "I had 9 hits for Itt at bats and 7 RBI's," says Big John. "I'd like to repeat about half of it." . . . Ralph Branca, observing a photographer collecting Dodger autographs on a Dodger "That guy than Ford baseball, commented: has more baseballs Frick." New York, (fl») — Sounds that pass in the night: Two of the hottest rumors around World Series headquarters are . that Terry Moore will become manager of the Reds and Buffalo's Paul Richards will be named pilot of the White Sox. . . . You probably could make money betting they're both wrong. .... Warren Giles, Cincinnati general manager, insists he hasn't made up his mind about a new manager, but he gives every indication it will be someone with plenty of managerial experience. .... And the signs point toward' Jack Onslow remaining with Chicago even though Frank Lane may occasionally praise him with All-America Grid Conference Loads With Newcomers New York, (VP)—The 7 clubs of the All-America Football conference are playing the league's 4th season with an average of 10 rookies per club. However, there is a wide difference of opinion between the teams as to the value of ne\v blood to a pro football team. As might be expected, the Cleveland Browns, year, added 3 ends, 3 guards, a center and 6 backs. Three clubs have 9 newcomers— Brooklyn-New York, San Francisco and Baltimore. The Yankees have last year's All-America ends, Barney Poole and Dick Rifenberg. However, Riferfberg is injured and Dan Garza of Oregon has been added in his place. All-America End Paul Cleary of Southern California was cut from the Red Strader-coached squad. Red had too many wingmen. A guard, a center and 5 backs also are with the Yanks — including Don Banciera and Gil Johnson, the quarterbacks beck indicated he would use substitutes if they fall to respond to last-minute treatment. The winner of the game will take over undisputed possession of the North Central conference lead. in the Yanks' T. San Francisco, perennial run- nerup to Cleveland, added line strength in its bid for the title. An end, 3 tackles, a guard, 2 centers and 2 backs make up the '49ers complement of rookies. At Baltimore, the Colts have added an end, tackle and guard, 2 centers and 4 backs. The Chicago Hornets, whose early season form was the league's MATT WINN FUNERAL WILL BE SATURDAY Louisville, Ky., OJ.R) — Funeral services for Col. Matt Winn, who built a $3,000 country fair event into the Kentucky Derby—America's most publicized horse race— will be held Saturday at the Cathedral of the Assumption. The 88 year old southerner, who had seen every Kentucky Derby, died in hi! sleep Thursday after undergoing a series of operations beginning Sept. 9. ILLINI BAND AT IOWA Iowa City—Much of the halftime period of the Illinois-Iowa football game will be turned over to the 185-piece Illinois band, one of the finest in the nation. It is the first visit of Illinois' band to the stadium in many years. 33 Stations On Game Iowa City—Thirty-three- radio stations will carry the Illinois- Io\va football game Saturday. There are 10 direct broadcasts and 23 "feeds" to stations. faint damns. Nice plug for Richards, incidentally, came from Giles. The Reds' boss says Al Vincent, who is being plugged for the job, is "just as good a manager as Richards." Another informed 3 time winners of the league chief surprise, have 8 rookies, in championship, are standing pretty \ addition to many of the Brooklyn • * * " players of last season. Two tackles, source guesses that the latest deal for the sale of the Cleveland Indians really is getting warm, though publicity - minded Bill Veeck wouldn't complete the transaction while the series is on. Forecast Dept. Jake Pitler, the Dodger coach, might qualify ns n minor prophet as a result of Friday's Brooklyn victory. . . . Before the Brooks took the field, Jake predicted: "We're going to beat them today. If Roe has his stuff they won't hit him hard. He won't beat himself; they'll have to beat him. . . . At any rate they won't beat us like they did in 1947. They're the same fellows, 2 years older, and maybe without quite as much speed and jiower as they had then." pat with their successful club. Only 2 newcomers crashed the Cleveland roster—Tommy Thompson, the William and Mary center, and Ed Sustersic, a back. And Susteric tried out for the team last year and couldn't make it. At the other extreme are Jimmy Phelan's Los Angeles Dons. Phelan has 20 newcomers on his roster. They are well divided among positions—3 ends, 3 tackles, 2 guards, 2 centers and 10 backs. Only 3 ends, 2 tackles, 2 guards, 2 centers and 2 backs—Glenn Dobbs and Walt Clay, remain from last season. Bob Hoffman, formerly with the Los Angeles Rams in the National football league, is the 32nd player on the club. That's the league roster limit. Buffalo boasts the next-highest total of rookies—12. The Bills, eastern division champions last 3 guards and 3 backs are the Hornet newcomers. Also, Johnny Clement, former Pitt Steeler star, is aiding the club at tailback. That's a total of G9 rookies, almost a 3rd of the league's 224 players. Series Snifters Enroute to a radio 3 Iowa Teachers Backs on Injured List Cedar Falls, (U.R)—The status of 3 star backs was in doubt Friday as the Iowa State Teachers football team left for its game with South Dakota State at Brookings Saturday night. The backs, all of whom have not fully recovered from injuries, are Tailback Paul De Van, Des Moines, and Fullbacks Bud Rainbow, Anoka, Minn., and Ray I Byrnes, Ames. Coach Buck Star- studio Wednesday night, Gil Pledges' car had a slight collision with a taxicab. . . . "He just dented the cab's fender," Phil Rizzuto related, "but it was the best hit he had all day." . . . It was Phil's comment on the first day hitting, "both teams really mashed that ball all day." That brought the caustic reply from a reporter: "Yeah, you blasted it to all corners of the infield." .... Johnny Lindell recalls the 1947 series when he hit .500 against SPECIAL We are offering to PAINT YOUR CAR for a limited time only—at a special price of Bowling K. OF C. 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GUN CLUB EAST OF CLEAR LAKE — HIGHWAY IS Football Notes From Big Ten NORTHWESTERN Evanston, 111., (U.R)—Northwest- ern Wildcats put in a light, final practice session Friday before the Minnesota clash Saturday. Injuries may keep 2 and possibly 3 players out of action against the Gophers. Left Halfback Peewee Day reinsured his shoulder Wednesday and Bob Nowicki, left guard, was disabled by an injured elbow. Another worry for Coach Bob Voigts was Ed Tunnicliff, who suffered a head injury against Pitt, and who is expected to spend most of Saturday's game on the bench., INDIANA Bloomington, Ind., (U.R)—Indiana gridders were slated for a light workout outdoors Friday if it doesn't rain again. They have been forced indoors for each training session this week in preparation for their tussle with Texas Christian. PURDUE Lafayette, Ind., (U.R) — Purdue was ready for Notre Dame Friday after finishing an intensive week's drilling on offensive and defensive aerial tactics, blocking and tackling. In Thursday's session Senior Quarterbacks Kenny Goral and Bob Hartman alternated on the throwing end of pass attack formations. WISCONSIN Madison, Wis., (U,R)—California's Bears arrived here Friday as 13- point favorites to beat Wisconsin at Camp Randall Saturday. Coach Ivy Williamson would not hazard a prediction on the game as he put the Badgers through a 2-hour drill in tKe mud Friday. MINNESOTA Minneapolis, (U.R) — Ralph McAlister, senior right halfback, won't be in the lineup when the Gophers meet Northwestern here Saturday. McAlister, who has been effective particularly on pass defense, suffered a badly sprained ankle in the Nebraska game last week. His replacement was not named. ILLINOIS Cedar Rapids, (U.R)—The Illini will hold their final practice session here Friday in preparation for Iowa Saturday. Illinois gridders concluded heavy drills at Champaign Thursday. OHIO STATE Los Angeles, (U.R)—Coach Wes Fesler said Friday that his Ohio State squad was in the best shape of the season, and announced that Jim Clark, halfback, who did not pl&y against Indiana, would be ready for action Saturday. The Ohio State gridders were greeted with a pep rally when they landed by plane Thursday. MICHIGAN Ann Arbor, Mich., (U.R) —The Wolverines had only a light workout slated for Friday as they shot for their 20th straight victory from an Army team that hasn't lost in its last 13 starts. Michigan was the favorite in this contest. MOVING? Then Try MAYFLOWER Your Guarantee of the Best At Ho Extra Cost MASON CITY WAREHOUSE CORPORATION — PH. 4000 STOCKER AND FEEDER CATTLE 100 white face feeding- cows, weight 900 Ibs. 75 white face yearling heifers, 500 to 600 Ibs. 60 white face yearling steers, weight 700 Ibs. , 50 white face steer calves, weight 400 Ibs. suitable for club calves. We sell replacement cattle at private sale every day of the week. We finance these cattle if desired by the purchaser. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION CO. Clear Lake, Iowa WANTED FAT LAMBS Top market prices. Any number. HARVEY BOYD Ph. 5320 or write Box 616, Mason City, la. AUCTION SALE 71 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK Mr. R. E. Knutson of Brookfield Township having sold his farni and moving to town in the near future, is consigning all his livestock, CATTLE and FEEDING PIGS, to this next Monday's regular sale at the Northwood Sales Co. MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1 P. M. 18 Head of Cattle Some of the cows with calf at side and others to freshen soon; also some first calf heifers and some steers. One Hereford bull coming 2 years old, a breeder. These are all very good cattle. 53 Head of Feeding Pigs Averaging from 75 to 100 Ibs. These fine pigs are kmg-time vaccinated and are very thrifty. Also a full line of other cattle, calves, etc. Make it a habit to visit our sales every Monday. Northwood Sales Co. NORTHWOOD, IOWA SPECIAL FEEDER AUCTION Saturday, October 8, 1:00 P. M. 1600 CATTLE AS FOLLOWS: 175 Choice Hereford Steers, \vt. 500 to 650 Ibs. from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. » 60 Choice Hereford Steers, wt. 700 to 800 Ibs. from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. 108 Choice Hereford Heifers, wt. 500 to 650 Ibs. from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The above cattle are all the Jimmy Jensen family of cattle that we have sold for many years and they are good enough for the most particular feeder. 125 Choice Hereford Steers, wt. 500 to 650 Ibs. from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. These are the Sharp Estate cattle that we have sold several years and are a real good set of short age yearlings. 150 Choice Hereford Steer and Heifer Calves, wt. 300 to 450 Ibs. from Whitewater, Colo. These are mountain bred calves from the western slope. 89 Choice Hereford Steers, wt 625 ibs. from the Gunnison Valley hi Colorado. 192 Choice Hereford Short Age Yearling Steers, wt. 500 to 650 Ibs. from De Beque, Colo. These are all mountain bred steers from the De Beque pool that we have handled a good many years 100 Good Hereford Steers and Heifer Calves, wt. 350 to 400 Ibs. from Wyoming. 65 Choice Hereford Steers, wt. 750 to 850 Ibs. from Columbus, Mont. These are rugged long-haired cattle. 250 Good to choice Hereford Steer and Heifer Calves, wt. 350 to 450 Ibs from Lewistown, Mont. These are all high altitude mountain bred calves. 50 Choice Hereford Steers, wt. 700 Ibs. from Big Horn, Mont. 42 Good Hereford spayed Heifers, wt. 750 Ibs. These heifers are western ured but have been here a few weeks and are aclimated. 90 Good Hereford Heifers, wt. 550 to 650 Ibs. from Montana. The above cattle will all positively be here for the above auction and there will be several other loads not mentioned above. TO OUR FEEDER CUSTOMERS: For the above Saturday Auction we will have the best quality cattle all the way through the sale that we will have in one auction this fall. Ninety-five per cent of the cattle will be long-haired mountain bred cattle, the kind that only comes a short time in the fall. The movement of feeder cattle out of the west is.three weeks earlier than usual and we do not expect the runs of really good cattle to be anywhere near as late,as usual. In our last Saturday auction our choicest loads of cattle looked fully steady but our calves and the bulk of the good steers and heifers looked 50c to $1.50 per cwt cheaper than the previous week. To you feeders who have not bought your cattle, we will have a world of really good quality light weight short age mountain bred yearlings in the above auction. They will not be carrying as much bloom and flesh as two weeks ago which is to your advantage. While we know it is a busy season and our crowds are lighter than usual we advise that you be with us this Saturday afternoon as there will be a big run of cattle and there will be loads of cattle to fit every purse. We know that you will be pleased with the buys that you can make this Saturday, October 8th, when you consider freight, shrink and vaccination. All cattle will be sorted into uniform lots and vaccinated here and sold in numbers to suit the buyer. HOGS The runs of Hogs are extremely light and the demand is good. Can handle any amount of them. SPECIAL REQUEST: Please do not bring any natives to this Saturday Auction as our yards will be congested with westerns. Thank You. MARVEL SALES CO. WEBSTER CITY, IOWA Report Denied That Robinson to Be Sold to Boston Braves New York, (U.R)—Branch Rickey, Jr., son of the Brooklyn Dodgers' president, denied Friday that Jackie Robinson would be sold to the Boston Braves for $250,000 and 2 players. The report appeared in the Washington Times - Herald and said that the official Dodger announcement would be made at the end of the current world series. Night Sale LUND SALES BARN Monday, Oct. 10 Sale Starts Promptly at 8 P. M. Last week was one of the most active sales we have had for a long time. There is a much broader demand for all types of stock cattle and feeder cows. Springers sold very well. Top on fat cows last week was $15.50. Top on springers was $232.50. We sold some good light weight steers for $20.50 per hundred. Top on veal calves was . $27.75 per hundred. There was a greater interest for all classes of hogs last week. We sold some 67 pound pigs for $25.75 per hundred. The market is very strong for piggy sows. Last week the breeding ewes sold up to $17.30 per head. We will have 25 outstanding ewes for this week's sale. Bring in all classes of livestock to meet a ready market here. MR. FARMER- PROTECT VALUABLE MACHINERY GET A QUONSET *Reg. C. 8. Pat Oft STRONG DURABLE ALL-STEEL 1 FOR FARM SALE DATES CALL 282-J-4 OR 3758 GIVE US A TRIAL GERALD WOHLER Auctioneer and Manager Residence Phone 282-J4 Barn Phone 3758 ROT-PROOF Rust—not wear—it the greatest hazard to your farm equipment. 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