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Mohawks Play East D. M. Here in Big Six Game V * * I * ^^^^ I I *'*-»! 1 if» r* i i »t n 1*1 /> t ..:i*. , ^ 1- T^~ -i * — T _ _ r-+* , . , •_ .< . ^^^^ ' isiting Club Mason City Globe-GaitUt, Maton City. 1». Oct. 7, 1949 Rated Among State Leaders By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor ' The Mason City Mohawks return to Big Six conference competition Friday night at Roosevelt stadium when they meet the strong East Des Moines Scarlets. The series between 2 of the larger schools in the state has been a tight one. In the past 8 games, each school has copped 4 wins. Last season at Des Moines, the Mohawks turned in one of their top games of the season in roiling up a 37-6 tritamph. East is generally the power of capital city football and they'll be coming to Mason City to avenge their worst defeat of 1948—with interest. Used to Tough Foes Mason City has only one win in 4 starts this season with their 3 defeats coming at the hands of 3 of the ranking clubs in the state, Ames, West Waterloo and Iowa City Figuring that they've played the best, the Mohawks should have no fear of the Scar- lets Friday night. Coach Harry Helgason was pleased with the hard work of his Mohawks against Iowa City last week although the Little Hawks came from' behind in the late stages of the game to win 20-14. But going all out for a victory over Iowa City was costly as Mason: City will not be close to top condition to meet East Des Moines. Heigason gave the Mohawks a day of rest on Monday and drills this week have been light and with good reason—the injury list is high. Socrates Pappajohn, ace lineman, is still not in uniform because of injuries. And new ones will hurt among key players. The Injured List Frank Miller, rugged guard, has a new injury but will see action although he may not start. Glenn Kephart, hard-hitting fullback, has a hip injury as does Dave Van Every, the speedy halfback who leads Mohawk scoring for the season. Taking up slack at the guard posts occupied by Miller and Pappajohn will be Dick Macer and Tom Kephart, a sophomore. Don Miller is expected to see considerable action at end. One bright spot for the Mohawks is the return of Bud Berger to the squad. He was a defensive standout at halfback until injured and will probably be on offense Friday night to help Van Every at the tailback spot. Helgason has indicated that some of the sophomores on the varsity squad have <been improving fast and will get into play. East Coached by Hein East is being coached for the first time by Herb Hein, former star end at Minnesota and Northwestern where he gained Ail- American mention. Hein has a big team and a tough one. The Scarlets wai-ped Lincoln of Des Moines, then lost to a powerful St. Ambrose team of Davenport 26-20. Last week the Lee Township crew nipped East Waterloo 7-6 for a Big Six conference victory- East will run from the Minnesota single wing formation with an accent on power. Against East Waterloo last week, East Des Moines outgained the Trojans on both the ground and in the air with a 4th quarter pass accounting for the late touchdown which won the game. The Friday game has been designated as parents' night and mothers and fathers of Mohawk players will be honored at the game. Fathers may sit on the Mohawk bench at the sidelines and refreshments will be served mothers and fathers at halftime. Starting Lineups MASON CITY EAST D. M. Helgasou ... Coach Hein Murr LE .... Gatcwood Parker LT Turner F. Miller LG O'Boyle Postma C Coldiron Rodgers RG Smith Biedermann . . RT Clemens Bartusek RE Ault Ogrlesby QB Price Van Every .. . HB Fields Klang HB Bruce Clark FB Bell Officials: Referee, Mon Whitford; umpire, Gordon Mceter; head linesman, Hoyt Messer. Time: 8 p. m. Place: Roosevelt field. Broadcasts: KICM, KGLO»*FM, KGLO. Yankees Defeat Brooklyn Bums 4-3 Michigan Dictatorship Although Michigan State is officially a member of the Big Ten (they Won't figure in football until 1953) the Spartans were given a rough ultimatum by Michigan in a gridiron way—either play the Wolverines at Ann Arbor for the next 3 years or not at all ... Michigan State accepted with reluctance . . . Only 3 of 36 games between the schools have been held at East Lansing. Since seating capacity has been stepped up through rebuilding, Michigan now has the largest collegiate' stadium in the country •with the figure set at 97,239 . . . Only 4 stadiums in the country can accommodate more fans, the municipal stadiums at Cleveland and Philadelphia, Soldier Field at Chicago and the Coliseum at Los Angeles. It's a case of the mighty dollar ruling and Fritz Crisler makes no bones about the fact that 6 of Michigan's 9 games WILL be played at Ann Arbor . : . Visiting teams get about $100,000 for a visit 'which makes, an appearance 011 the par with a 'bowl game . . . For the Army game this Saturday, tickets were jumped'from the customary $3>60 . to $4.80 and the Cadets will depart with $150,000. Skips and Misses The schools with the big stadiums in the Big Ten are reluctant to travel to the smaller sites in the conference . . . Indiana and Purdue have suffered most on this . . . Michigan has not played at Bloomington since 1932 and Minnesota made its first and only appearance there in 1927 . . . Minnesota hasn't played at Lafayette since 1895 and the Wolverines played there last season for the first time since 1927. Along this line, it might be noted that the "biggies" of the conference have softened on their attitude toward playing in Iowa City, formerly a weak spot . . . Michigan and Minnesota will be there in 1951 and Ohio State will be at Iowa in 1952. * Still Seek Right Half It seems that Minnesota's Gophers are still looking for a right halfback—at least the plays don't go so well when their wingbacks he combined rushing-passing to- al for the Cyclones is 1,416 yards . The overhead attack of Coach Abe Stuber's team is particularly effective with 30 completions in 57 attempts for a .543 clip. If the Cyclones can get past Colorado away from home on Saturday, hey might make it rough on all heir remaining opponents, includ- ng Oklahoma . . ... Last season owa State gave the Sooners a ;ood game although defeated by a decisive score. * Bob Wilson of Wisconsin, last season an all-conference center, again is the kingpin for the Badgers . . .,. He macle 8 of the first 1 tackles against Illinois last veek and just about kept up the average from his linebacking; post as he played 57 minutes . . . Wil;on is playing offensive end this ieasoii and backs up the line on defense. * Iowa's Hawkeyes are- getting a nice balance between their running and passing games this season . . . They've made 386 yards on the ground and 300 more in the air in 2 contests ... A department where the Hawks could stand im- Drovcment is punt returns . . . owa has carried back 9 punts a .otal of only 48 yards. * Not a Football Center New York City may have the vorld series but if you want to see big time college football it's a good place to be away from . . . Tor 10 Saturdays, there are only 10 major games in the nation's argest city and calling some of them major would be stretching a point. Fort Wayne, Ind., has pointed out that its residents are in a nice spot to drive to a big game on almost any Saturday without too wheel with the ball Three of them took 4, cracks against Nebraska last week and finished up with a net loss of 4 yards . . . The Gophers have felt the loss of Gene Fritz, a 230-pounder who suffered a fractured leg in the Washington opener . . . He and Leo Nomellini were an effective pair in pulling out to lead the ball carriers. When Coach Bernie Biermaii said Billy Bye would be his offense this season he wasn't kidding . . . The vet left halfback has gained 147 yards on the ground and connected on 10 of 16 passes to account for 41 per cent of Minnesota gains in Z games. * Paul Bruns of Mason City, who wasn't on the Wartburg gric squad to.start the season, participated in the Knights' game agains Luther and picked up 127 yards running . . . Despite 17 first downs to. Luther's. 9.. Wartburg. wen down to defeat 13-12. * Fast Offensive Pace Iowa State now ranks amoni the 'better college crews in the nation on offense .... In 3 games long a trip Within 150 mile distances are the stadiums of Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Indiana and Purdue. East Waterloo has suffered defeats at the hands of Clinton and East Des Moines this season but the Trojan line is considered a really rugged wall . . . Coach Gordon Matson won't scrimmage hi: first string line against the back; because he claims there wouldn't be any left . . . East had 3 lettermen backs to start the season bul none were able to go against East Des Moines because of injuries . . Two of them, Willie McGee and Bill Lee, are expected to be back soon—another way of saying they'll be in the Trojan lineup when the Mason City Mohawks travel to Waterloo for an Oct. 14 date. 1 Trojans Seek 4th Win in Austin Game By RICK MEREDITH The date's supposed to be Oct. 7 but if the expected fireworks develop the script may be changed :o July 4 when Mason City's un- jeaten, ground-powerful Trojans oay a yisit to the lair of Austin J. C. Friday night. El Trojan warhorse is in peak shape for the clash and will find :he hosting Blue Devils the same. Austin, after an early 6-0 loss :o Estherville, an unbeaten club .ast year, stopped Waldorf of Forest City 12-7 last week. Coach Volney Hansen has been readying a revamped passing at- :ack this week but it'll .probably ae the ground forces the T,rojans will call on for their big strikes. Stephan Improving: Fred Stephan, a line smashing fullback with terrific speed, is just beginning to blossom in his new post. A transfer from end, he remains a tough customer to take ait at a defensive wing spot. Gar Sieber, the hard running left iialf, has been coming through in veteran style again and both tie and Stephan have capable replacements in Bud Quinley and Bill Dallas. The latter's defensive work against Emmetsburg and his explosive line bursts reminded many fans of his great prep play a few years back. Passing is in the hands of Chris Demos, the shifty Trojan signalman, and, while .he's hitting his targets in practice, the game yardage via air in games has been trifling, due partly to poor pass protection. The Mason City blocking was at its best last Friday and Hansen hopes it stays that way, especially downf ield where much extra yardage was accumulated through ample blocks. The offensive combination will remain the same this week, with Dave Colbertson holding down the right guard spot again. Guard Duane 'Hymie' Johnson will probably be out another week with torn back muscles. Casey on Defense On defense, Joe Casey, a 185- T Most Popular A survey was made of some 350 collegiate football teams and i was found that 5 out of 7 are using the T formation this season . . . Second choice is the single wing with some schools mixing in a little double wing stuff . . . Only 10 of the schools surveyed use the once famous Notre Dame system (but it's still the most interesting to watch in this writer's opinion). The 299 score posted by Sam Parks in the 1935 U. S. Open was the highest winning total for the tourney in the last 22 years. pound soph tackle, has won a starting linebacker's job opposite Bob Nutting. ' Alex Kloberdanz and Roger Hathaway will be at defensive halves. Biebei- will be the No. 1 safety choice with Quinley for relief and possibly Demos. Stan Seidel will see action behind Kloberdanz. The defensive front wall, starting on the left side, will have Stephan, Bill Fields, Jay Marti, who has been brilliant in the last 2 outings. Bob Stoyles, Colbertson and Tom Pattee. Ross Utt will alternate with Colbertson and Jack Kimball, Clear Lake freshman, has shown up well enough this week to gain consideration at this poet. Dick Roark will understudy Fields, one of the hardest workers in a Trojan uniform, and Dick Furleigh will spell Pattee. Austin will be bolstered by the return of 2 key players this week, Dick Larson, starting left half, and Captain Loren Gates, who operates at left end. Coach Dicl: Jewett has indicated ie'11 meet the Trojan single wing with some of the same after a rial with the T. His starting quarterback, Hendrichs, was lost n the Estherville game with a broken leg. The last game between the 2 :eams was a Trojan win, 13-6, icre in 1947. Austin canceled out ast year with lack of players given as the reason. There's an OXCART on the label...and Quality in the beer Copyright I949, G. Hcilcnun Brewing C*., La Clone, Witcouw JOHNNY MIZE —Breaks Up Pitching: Duel Eagle Grove Jaycees Beat Northwestern 31-7 Baffle Grove—Eagle Grove junior college won its 2nd game of Lhe season here Thursday night by beating Northwestern of Orange City 31-7. The winners got off to a 3-touchdown lead as Duane Tideback passed to Darrell Harlan for 26 yards and a score, Bob MeL- gren went 24 yards for a 2nd TD and Tideback crashed from the 2-yard line for the 3rd. Riney of Northwestern raced 60 yards with an intercepted pass to score and close the gap at halftime to 19-7. In the 3rd quarter, Tideback scored from the 18 and Fred Tanner blocked a punt in the 4th period and recovered it in the end zone for the final counter. Ill South Delaware 3 Homers by Dodgers Not Enough to Defeat Bombers By LEO H. PETERSEN New York, (UP)—Big John Mize's 9th-inning pinch single with 2 men out touched off a 3-run rally Friday and gave the New York Yankees a 4-3 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 3rd game of the World Series. The triumph, which came to the American league champions despite 3 homeruns by the Dodgers, gave them a one game edge in the series. Mize's blast broke up a brilliant pitching duel between Joe Page, the Yankee relief artist, and Ralph Branca. Until the 9th they had matched pitch for pitch in performances almost as superlative as those which marked the first 2 games, when the teams traded 1-0 shutouts. Page went in when Starter Tommy Byrne faltered in the 4th inning. Although he was touched up for 2 homeruns in the Dodgers 9th, he made his longest relief job of the season a winning one. Mize's blow broke up a 1-1 deadlock which had existed since the 4th inning when Pee Wee Reese powdered the first Brooklyn homerun of the series. YANKEES FIRST: Rizzuto, after fouling off the first pitch and then taking a 2nd strike and a ball, grounded out, Miksis to Hodges. Henrich grounded out, Hodges unassisted. Berra, after driving 2 well hit balls foul into the right field stands, struck out. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. DODGERS FIRST: Reese, after :aking a called strike, a ball and :hen missing a swing, was hit on. lis right foot by Byrne's 4th pitch. It was the first hit batsman of the series. Miksis fouled a 3 and 2 pitch to Berra near the Yankee dugout and Reese was out, Berra to Coleman, trying to make 2nd after the catch. Furillo flied to DiMaggio. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. YANKEES SECOND: DiMaggio struck out, going down on a fast ball. Brown popped to Robinson just behind 2nd base. Woodling popped to Miksis near the Yankee dugout. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. DODGERS SECOND: Robinson popped Byrne's first pitch to Coleman. Hodges fouled to Berra near the Brooklyn dugout steps. Olmo grounded out, Brown to Henrich. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. YANKEES THIRD: Mapes walked to become the,first Yankee base runner. It was the first \yalk given up by a Brooklyn pitcher in the series. Coleman was called out on strikes. Byrne got the first hit of the game, a single to center, sending Mapes to 3rd. Joe Hatten began waiTning up in the Brooklyn bullpen. Rizzuto flied deep to Furillo, Mayes scoring after the catch, Byrne holding first. Henrich walked on 4 pitches, Byrne going to 2nd. Berra popped to Robinson. One run, one hit, no errors, 2 left. DODGERS THIRD: Snider flied to Woodling, who made the catch after a long run. Brown threw out Campanella. Branca struck out. but had to be thrown out when Berra dropped the ball. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. YANKEES FOURTH: DiMaggio struck out for the 2nd time. Brown fouled to Miksis. Woodling lined a double off the right field scoreboard. Mapes grounded out, Robinson to Branca, who covered first. No runs, one hit, no errors, one left. DODGERS FOURTH: The clouds were getting darker and there was a threat of rain in the air. Reese hit a homerun into the left field stands at the 375 foot mark, tying the score. Miksis lined to DiMaggio. Furillo singled to left. Robinson walked on 4 straight pitches, Furillo going to 2nd. Joe Page and Fred Sanford began warming up in the Yankee bullpen and Stengel went out on the mound to confer with Byrne. Hodges ,also walked, filling the bases. Byrne was taken out and replaced by Page. Henrich leaned into the stands behind first base to catch Olmo's foul, the runners holding their bases. Snider grounded out, Coleman to Henrich. One run, Z hits, no errors, 3 left. YANKEES FIFTH: Coleman flied to Snider. Page struck out, Rizzuto grounded out, Reese to Hodges. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. DODGERS FIFTH: Campanella grounded out, Coleman to Henrich, Branca was called out on strikes Reese grounded out, Page to Henrich. No runs, no hits, no errors none left. YANKEES SIXTH: Henrich [lied to Furillo. Berra grounded out, Hodges unassisted. DiMaggio The Boxscore NEW YORK (A) AB K Rizzuto, ss I Henrich, Ib « Berra, c 3 UiMaggio. cf 4 Brown, Hb 4 Woodling, If :i Mapes rf, , :! Bauer, rf 0 Coleman, ~h 1 Byrne, p 1 Page, p :! aMize I Totals BROOKLYN (N) Reese, ss 2 Miksis, ab 4 Furillo, rf -I Hobinson, Ib Hodges, Ib 3 Olmo, H -I Snider, cf -1 Campanelia, c 4 Branca, p o 0 1 0 I 1 II (I u II o AU R. a i o o D u PO A E 000 0 HI Banla, p II bEdwards 1 ro A i a a i ^ o a :* K o o u 'A 0 "3 U (i 3 5 Tolals ........... 31 aSlQglcd for Mapes in Oth. bSlruck out for Banta in 9th. Score by innings: . NEW YORK ...... ........ ll«l OOO.U03— I BROOKLYN .............. 000 100 003—3 Runs batted in, Rizzuto, Reese, Miic a, Coleman, Olmo, Campanella; ~ base hit, Woodling; homerun, Keese, Olmo, Campanella; left on bases, New York 5, Brooklyn 0; bases on balls, off Branca 4, Byrne !!, Page 3; struck out, by: Branca (i, Byrne 1, I'aee 4, Banta 3; hits, off: Byrne 'i In « 1/3; Branca 4 in 8 2/3; Page :{ in 5 2/3; Banta 1 In 1/3; hit by pitcher, by Byrne (Reese); double play, Bcrra- Coleman; ivlnninjr pitcher. Page; losing pitcher, Branca; umpires, Passarella (A) plate; Jorda (N) Ib; Hubbard (A) 2b; Reardon (N) 3b; foul lines; Hurley <A>, Barr <N>. Time of game — 2:3 Attendance — 32,788. "HE'S MY BOY"—Wearing broad grins, Pitcher Preacher Roe and Dodger President Branch Rickey are a couple of happy guys as they meet in the dressing room after the 2nd World Series game in Yankee Stadium. Roe held the New York Yankees to 6 hits as his mates guarded a single run lead from the 2nd inning on. Maybe that's what caused Rickey to chew his cigar into a stub. The 1-0 win tied up the series as the dubs moved to Ebbets Field in Brooklyn for the 3rd game. Despite Injured Finger, Yanks Bow to Roe Southpaw Preacher Roe of Brooklyn tied the World Series at one game for each team by pitcrhing a stirring 1-0 victory over the New York Yankees. In the following story he tells how he beat the Yankees—and a finger injury, too. popped to Hodges. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. DODGERS SIXTH:.Miksis flied to Mapes. Coleman threw out Furillo. Robinson walked on 4 pitches. Hodges flied to DiMaggio. No runs, no hits, no errors, one left. YANKEES SEVENTH: Blown grounded out, Robinson to Hodges. Woodling flied to Snider. Mapes went out the same way. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. DODGERS SEVENTH: Olmo fouled to Berra. Snider grounded out, Henrich unassisted. Campa- nelia flied deep to Woodling. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left, YANKEES EIGHTH: Coleman vas called out on strikes, Branca's 6th victim via that route. Page 'rounded out, Reese to Hodges, ieese momentarily fumbled the Dall, but recovered just in time. Both Page and First Base Coach Bill Dickey protested Umpire Jorda's call. Rizzuto popped to Reese, '"fo runs, no hits, no errors, none eft. . DODGERS EIGHTH: Branca was called out on strikes. Reese valked. Miksis singled to left, Reese stopping at 2nd. It was the irst hit off Page. Furillo flied to VTapes, the runners holding. Robnson flied to DiMaggio. No runs, one hit, no errors, 2 left. YANKEES NINTH: Robinson made a spectacular stop of Henrich's grounder and threw him out. 3erra walked on a 3 and 2 pitch. Branca had retired 14 men in a row before he walked the Yankee catcher. DiMaggio fouled to Miksis. Berra held first. Brown singed to right, Berra stopping at 2nd. Woodling walked, filling the bases. Coach Clyde Sukeforth went out to confer with Branca but left him in the game. Mize Datted for. Mapes. Mize singled off the right field screen scoring Berra and Brown to put the Yankees ahead 3-1. Woodling went to 3rd. Bauer ran for Mize. Branca was taken out and replaced by Jack Banta. Coleman singled to center, scoring Woodling, and sending Bauer to 3rd. Page struck out. Three.runs, 3 hits, no errors, 2 left. DODGERS NINTH: Bauer went to right field for New York. Hodges grounded out, Coleman to Henrich. Olmo hit a homerun into the lower left field stands. Snider struck out. Campanella hit a homerun into the left field stands. Bruce Edwards batted for Banta. Edwards was called out on strikes. Two runs, 2 hits, no errors, none left. Iowa Crippled for Saturday Illinois Game Iowa City, (IP) —Iowa's Hawks, far short of their physical peak, shoot for their 2nd Big Ten conference football victory Saturday against Illinois, a team they haven't licked since 1941. A crowd approaching the 50,000 mark will see if the Hawks can come up with the victory other Iowa teams have missed 7 years running. Coach Eddie Anderson is worried. Several of his lads aren't in top shape for the Illini. Veteran Guard Earl Banks won't play because of knee injuries. And he may not be around lor the Indiana homecoming contest next week. Bob Lage, who started at guard against U. C. L. A. but missed the Purdue contest with a leg injury, may not be ready Saturday. Glenn Drahn, who has done virtually all of Iowa's tossing from his quarterback post, injured a knee last week and hasn't had a regular workout since. If he isn't able to go, Sophomore Fred Ruck will take over. The football squad- saw Illini pass plays Thursday, with Assistant Coach Al DiMarco quarterbacking for the freshmen who were running the plays. By PREACHER ROE (As Told to the United Press) New York, (U.R) —T h u r s d a y's game is one that the folks back in Arkansas will talk about for a long time. I know I will, anyway. To tell you the truth, my right index finger gave me almost as much trouble as the Yankees. Remember when Johnny Lindell hit .hat liner back at me in the 4th nning? That's when it happened. Vly finger started to hurt so badly '.hat the trainer had to drill a hole :hrough my nail to let the blood flow out. That made me sick to my stomach. Don't sell those Yankees short, though. They're tough--customers. I was using my slider a lot because I was having trouble getting my slow stuff over the plate. Why, there were times when I was only getting an inch of the plate with my pitches. Take that 8th inning when Bobby Brown pinch hit for Raschi. I threw him a sinker for the 3rd strike and, if you ask me, it was the best pitch I threw in all the game. That little Rizzuto gave me the most trouble of any of the Yankees. Man, he's rough! I tried everything on him, including a fork ball. That fork ball, by the COMING TUESDAY OCTOBER 11 PALACE THE PRIVATE Llf E OF A PUBLIC HERO! ll'f Ih. Great American Story I Ht'f.ltolfd by AKO Radio Picluru, Inc. • M M«wt • M Mm • D..«teJh, UM WOO* J YOIANO* • I»T NOIlt .«d H,. O<lht,v. BENDIX RENT ONE $1.25 PER WEEK M. H. & B. inc. Mnrston-nnstetler and Brown Oendix Dealer Since 1!)H8 22-24 First S. E. Phone 1488 PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. vay, helped me get DiMaggio out ust before Lindell smacked that ball back at me in the 4th inning. Most of my trouble came in the !th when I messed up Rizzuto's sffnt. Did you see me handle that bunt? Boy, I want to tell you I' vicked it good. That boot gave me a lot of misery. Just about that time old Pee Wee came over to me and told me to calm down. He's a great guy, that Reese, a good man to have around when you're in a hole, I remember it was one out when I kicked Rizzuto's bunt with Henrich and Bauer coming up. Pee Wee kept talking to me, saying, ''Come on, Preach, ' don't let DiMaggio get up this inning." .Well, I got Henrich all rigTit on a slider that he hit to Luis Olmo. Then I worked carefully on Bauer and made him hit it to the infield. Sports Calendar FRIDAY —East Des Moines at Mason City, time 8. Mason City J. C. at Austin J. C. MONDAY—Second Guessers club meets at YMCA, noon. TUESDAY — North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club meets at YMCA, time 8. SLITS T A.' LORI D TO A! oRDl'K TRAP SH III SUN DAY, OCT. 9... 1 P.M. 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