Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 5, 1949 · Page 2
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22 Mason CHy Oct. 4. 1949 Mason City, la. Max Hawkins Is Speaker at J. C. Meeting Shows Movies of !owa-U.C. L. A. Game By RICK MEREDITH Max Hawkins, guard on the University of Iowa's famous 1939 Iron Men grid machine and now field representative for the school, said here Monday night, "I don't know of a single good football player in Iowa who went outside the state 1 to school this year." Hawkins spoke briefly of the 1949 Iowa team and presented movies of the lowa-U. . C. L. A. game at the meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce at the V. F. W. club. The movies were open to the public. "We have more good soph backs who can run than we've had in a long time," Hawkins said. "At the first of the year, it appeared that our guards and tackles would be very weak but they have come through in nice shape." Iowa, if it loses only 2 or 3 games, will be ranked as one ol the nation's best teams, he opined and pointed out the strong schedule the Hawks are playing. He said "I" clubs and many other interested persons are doin much to help keep athletes in Iowa. Turning to this year's crop of frosh, he pointed out that Roger Duedke, all-state back from Hartley, was contacted by no less than 15 schools before he decidec to enroll at Iowa. More Good Freshmen Hawkins stated that Iowa h™ another good freshman outfit. He said Osage's . Carl Olson, a 220 pound tackle, had great possibili ties and that Ray Holder, all-state guard from Mason City, hac shown up well. Both Bernarc Bennett, all-state back, and Car for it's won't stop j^fei/v ' ^ M \ :•; f» ^ Av;O^iq ,£>-.•• V !•; V i::i?' "•'.^.^ ' -\ "V^t t- v <••;,.'•: f'V- I"-' AHA<;: ; *1I>? g^x^-'- A "o^yC, ^y^pM^I Globe-Gazette Photo HI-Ys AT INDUCTION CEREMONY—The Hi-Y club, for high school boys, of the Mason City Y. M. C. A. inducted 36 new members at its meeting Monday night. President Don Miller is shown greeting them here. Other officers of the group are John Madouras, vice president; Bob Keister, secretary, and Harold Wolf, treasurer.. Gordon Blanchard, boys work director, is sponsor of the group. Guests present at the ceremony were the Rev, Roy E. Olson, the Rev. E. A. Biedermann, Bill Bowers, president of the collegiate club and past Hi-Y prexy, and John Calhoun, executive secretary of the Y. M. C. A. Turk, tackle-end, from Mason City, are possible varsity caliber, he continued. Harry Helgason, Mason City high coach, is the only mentor in the state with 5 of his former pupils on Iowa U. grid teams, Hawkins noted. In addition to the 3 yearlings, he coached Don Woodhouse, Mason City halfback, and had Austin Turner, reserve guard, at Corning. Woodhouse and Don Commack of East Waterloo are considered the best runners on the Iowa club, he said, and Waverly's Duane Brandt, another soph, is developing into the- most dependable back on the team. Mistakes made in the 41-25 loss to U. C. L. A. were corrected to a large extent in the 21-7 win over Purdue, he stated, especially on pass defense. Key Players Hurt The Purdue encounter was a rough one and injuries to key players, including Guard Earl Banks and Quarterback Glen Drahn, will hurt leva's chances against Illinois, he cautioned. Hawkins discussed the rigid practice sessions Dr. Eddie Anderson holds prior to the opening of school and told of an incident involving Mike Enich, the Ail- American tackle of the Iron Men. It was at the end of a hard day at WOLFS Fashion Centre and an evening chalk talk was being conducted in the fieldhouse. Anderson was stressing the importance of tackles, plays going inside and outside of them. He pointed out that more games are lost at the tackle spots than anywhere else. Catching Enich dozing, he asked, "Mike, where are most games lost?" Quick on the trigger, Enich replied, "Right here at Iowa, coach." Mentors Introduced Members of the Mason City high school and junior college coaching staffs and Coaches Mickey Marty of St. Joseph's and Tom Tierney of Holy Family were guests at the meeting. Coach Helgason gave a resume of his Mohawk team and Volney Hansen put the gathering up to date on his undefeated junior college eleven. Others introduced were Perley Brunsvold, athletic director; Bill Moore, line coach; Elmer Starr, head scout and junior varsity coach; Ken Church, assistant jaycee coach, and John Penney, assistant junior college mentor. Howard Barker, line coach, was unable to attend. President Steve Stahl called on several committee chairmen to report on their coming activities. Lloyd Loers, program chairman, introduced Hawkins. Christenscn Cops Prize Wallace Christensen was awarded first prize in the membership drive just completed. He procured 16 new members. Griffin Venz was 2nd and Loers 3rd with 7 new members. In 4th was George Kuehl and 5th, Foster. Tom Irvine, vice president in charge of membership, announced a "college of knowledge" for new members to be conducted at the next meeting. He also told of the plans for a jaycee course in public speaking to be held this fall. It will come under the adult education program which Bill Pfaltzgraff announced at the meeting. Foster, past president, presented the plaque won by the Mason City chapter for first place in public health work, awarded at the national convention, to Bob Mott, chairman of the year's program in public health. Foster told of the extension work assigned to the local club this year. Social Chairman Frank Jeffrey announced plans for a jaycee dance at the Riverside barn, Monday, Oct. 24. Bob Huffman, fellowship chairman, presented the plans for a jaycee bridge tournament to be held for 7 weeks, after the regular meetings. Hallowe'en parties again will be held for all Mason City grade and high school pupils, Roy Axeen, chairman, reported. 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