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Mason City, Iowa
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This is a queer season in high school football for the teams in North Iowa With the season less than half finished, there ate only 2 undefeated teams . . . Coach Mart Brandes' Waverly Gohawks M e still riding herd with 4 wins ter toppling Decorah in a key Northeast Iowa conference game. . . . Coach Herb Dykstra's Northwood Vikings of the North Iowa conference, on a big comeback after 2 bust seasons, have won 4 games and allowed only 2 touchdowns. Falling out of the unbeaten ranks last week were Clear Lake, Buffalo Center, Decorah and Hampton. Rough Sailing Ahead It won't be smooth sailing for either of the 2 unbeaten clubs . . . Still coming up for the Gohawks are a pair of old time heated rivals, Charles City this week and jitough Oelwein Huskies to close trffc season on Nov. 4. . . The Vikings should get past Britt this week but then comes Buffalo Center, (forest City and Manly in order and any of the 3 could wreck Northwood as "the Vikings seek to duplicate-their unbeaten season of 1946. Biggest rat-race is the North Central conference. . . . Webster And the Hawks? . . . They get Illinois and Indiana at home—and they are given a good chance to win both games. . . . Then comes Northwestern at Iowa City. . . . They might even grab thai one before the home crowd which would take Anderson's crew to Minneapolis on Nov. 5 for the big bid. . . . It all sounds a little dreamy but the Hawkeyes certainly have the schedule in their favor—3 straight Big Ten games at home before playing their final Z on the road. But right now it's Illinois next and for some reason the Hawks usually save their poorest game to throw at the Illini each season . Maybe they'll have a good one Saturday—they'll need it ... Quite a few Iowa boys got bunged up in the Purdue game last week and the Hawks definitely will nol be in A-l shape . . . That's what happened to. Northwestern in then tilt with the Boilermakers and the Cats didn't have enough the following game (Pittsburgh) to come through. * Nuts to Red Sox Phooey to Joe McCarthy and his Last year he kept Yankees Heavily Favored for Series Oct. 4, 1949 13 lason Cily Globe-Gizelte, Mason City, City has hurdled 2 tough contenders in Algona and Hampton but the Lynx still have some big games coming up in Clarion, Clear Lake and Humboldt. . . The No.'l game in the Corn Bowl conference will find Nashua at St. Ansgar on Oct. 14 although the Saints still have a game coming up on Oct. 28 with a rugged Manly crew. Headline games this week will find Algona at Hampton in a battle of survival for a contending spot in the North Central, Charles City at Waverly in the Northeast Iowa and Forest City at Buffalo Center in the North Iowa. Powers Don't Meet West Waterloo and East Des Moines, the apparent powers of the Big Six conference, do not meet this season . . . The Des Moines members of the Big Six, East and North, are required to play a certain number of games in the Des Moines city league. . . . All of North's games are either with Des Moines schools or Big x conference members . . . BUT, had an outside game with St. Ambrose this season which means that a 5th Big Six conference game could have been slated for the Scarlets instead of the 4- game slate. * Hawks in Good Spot , Maybe it's not nice to talk Rose Bowl for a football team but there ai-e whisperings about the Iowa Hawkeyes . . . Coach Eddie Anderson's club no doubt isn't the best in the Big Ten . . . But gain- Ing a victory over Purdue puts Iowa in a swell spot. This is the situation: Michigan and Northwestern are both ineligible. . . . That takes care of a pair Both Teams Need Their 2-Day Rest By JACK HAND New York, (/P)—Don Newcombe and Allie Reynolds emerge as the probable pitchers for Wednesday's Brooklyn-New York Yankee World Series opener after a mind-reading session with the opposing man- ajgers. Burt Shotton, elderly keeper of the Brooks, says "you'll know Wednesday" about the Dodgers' starter at the Yankee stadium. Casey Stengel of the Yanks still is huddling with his brain trusters. For the Dodgers it's almost certain to be Don Newcombe (17-8), the jumbo-sized rookie righthand- er, or Preacher Roe crafty southpaw ace. several days rest between starts. Newcombe, if he opens, could work 3 times in a 7-game series. And Page for Sure As for the Yanks, it's strictly a guess. About the only sure bet is that Fireman Joe Page will be striding in from the right field bullpen along about the 6th or 7th inning some time during the series. He did it 60 times this season, 20 times for Reynolds. Reynolds, (17-6) ineffective in a 2 1/3 inning chore against the Boston Red Sox Saturday before Page took over, is ready. Tommy Byrne, (15-7) the unpredictable southpaw who usually either is very good or very bad, is a possibility. Despite his wildness, Stengel has handed many key games to Tommy. Ed Lopat (15-10) might get the those of T. Pipe to save some face, j nod from Stengel. However, the The Probable Opening Pitchers (15-6) the Roe needs Red Sox this column from picking the 2 pennant winners correctly by losing the playoff game with Cleveland after the Braves had come through in the senior circuit. . ..'. This year, after'sweating out a Dodger triumph, those Bosox couldn't win 1 of the 2 final games against the Yanks. Anyhow the selections were better than Eagles Defeat Lions 22-14; Skins Beat Steelers 27-14 FOR THE YANKS—Allie Reynolds or Tommy Byrne (I'm luckier, Claude.) Here's the way the races were selected as matched against the actual finish: AMERICAN FINISH New York Boston Cleveland Detroit Philadelphia Chicago St. Louis Washington SELECTED Boston Cleveland Philadelphia New York Detroit St. Louis Washington Chicago FINISH Brooklyn St. Louis Philadelphia .Boston New York Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago NATIONAL SELECTED Brooklyn Boston Pittsburgh New York St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Cincinnati The predictions weren't so hot at that ... As they can NOW say in St. Louis and Boston, "Wait until next year." . . . Our winter book favorites will be the Phus in the National league and the Spencer Cardinals in the Iowa State loop. The American? of the power teams. Minnesota, one of the favorites for the bowl bid, must play Northwestern at home, Ohio State and Michigan ««n the road, then Purdue at home before tangling with the Hawks. . . Strong as the Gophers may be, it's doubtful that they can down both Ohio State and Michigan on successive weekends on the road. The other strong contender, <f)hio State, still must play Minnesota, Northwestern and Michi- Later, please! * Playing the Good Ones The Mason City Mohawks may not be having a good season but their opponents are. Take the 3 clubs which have beat Mason City this fall: Ames, unbeaten in 4 games; Iowa City, unbeaten in 4 games, and West Waterloo, nicked only by Clinton in an upset. East Des Moines comes Can. That's a rough slate A REALLY GOOD CIGAR here this Friday and has dropped only one game, that to the powerhouse St. Ambrose preps. * The old football predictions in this column didn't come out quite so well last week. ... It was slightly over the 70 per cent mark but the goal, in case you didn't know, is between 75 and 80. . . . Maybe I should line up George Priebe of Mason City for some hot tips. ... On the 10 tough —the finest companion a man can have. Hickey Brothers, Inc. import direct from Havana, Cuba, the finest Clear Havaha cigars known: H. UPMANN BELINDA ROMEO Y JIJLIETA J PARTAGAS Get yours today — factory fresh! in the lobby of the HOTEL HANFORD MASON CITY, IOWA games in the guessing contest on KGLo's Grid Gallop, Priebe picked all 10 games correctly including the Wisconsin-Illinois tie and he was close on most of the scores. * Mony Vega and Lu Diaz, former ' baseball. and basketball stars for Holy Family in Mason City, are among 15 candidates requested to report for varsity basketball drills at Loras college. A half dozen cagers from the football team will join the squad at the conclusion of the grid season. * The state of Iowa has been quite short of good big gyms for basketball. . . . But things are picking up. ... Wartburg's new plant (almost a duplicate of Mason City's Roosevelt fieldhouse) will be ready this fall for both college and high school games and so will the new half million dollar plant of Morningside college at Sioux City. * In the United Press pre-season poll, only one writer of 112 making selections hit both pennant winners. chunky lefthander was belted out in 3 innings by the Philadelphia A's'Friday. The odds, which now are close to 2 to 1 in favor of the Yanks, appear out of line. It's not such a lopsided thing as that, although the pick here is the Yankees in 6 games. Both clubs were weary and battered. The Yanks' 71 injuries have received top billing because such important men as Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Bcrra and Tommy Henrich had been affected, but the Dodgers hospital list has been imposing, too. Dodger Injuries, Too Even now, there is no certainty that Carl Furillo, the .322 hitting right fielder, will be able to open because of a groin injury. Peewee Reese has the same trouble but not so bad. R,est figures to help both teams, the Yanks the most. DiMaggio still thin and weak from the after effects of a virus infection, looked better Monday. He is improving but still is not up to snuff. A fit and ready DiMaggio could sway the series. Henrich, tightly corseted a week ago, because of a back injury, has thrown away his girdle. Berra's hand is much improved. There also is a chance Catcher Charley Silvera, with a -.315 batting average, may be available. Brooklyn took the day off Monday but the Yanks posed for a team picture and had a 14 hour drill. Later they split their World Series money. No announcement was made on. how many shares were voted. Unsold tickets for this Gth "subway series" are practically nonexistent. A limited amount of tickets for standing room are being sold in advance of the games. The 13,500 stadium bleacher seats will go on sale the morning of the games. Some 20,000,000 fans will see the series over television with all networks, including 51 stations, due to carry the show. The radio broadcast will be heard over 740 stations. Game time each day is noon (CST) except Sunday, if a 5th Steve Van Buren Sets Ground Record By United Press After bulldozing his way through enemy lines for more than 5 seasons, Steve Van Buren, the burly fullback of the champion Philadelphia Eagles, set a new National football league ball-carrying record of 3,951 yards. By gaining a totak of 135 yards in leading the Eagles to a'' 22-14 victory over the Detroit Lions Monday night, Van Bui'en broke the old ball-toting record of 3,860 set by Clarke Hinkle of the Green Bay Packers between 1932 and 1941. In another N. F. L. game, Sammy Baugh, the veteran passing master, led the Washington Redskins to a 27-14 triumph over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Van Buren scored 2 touchdowns as the Eagles overcame a 14-5 deficit in the last quarter to beat the Lions for their 2nd straight victory of the season. Cliff Patton booted an insurance field goal— his 2nd of the game — as the Eagles took over undisputed possession of first place in the eastern division of the league. Baugh threw 3 touchdown passes as the Redskins scored their first victory of the season and their first in Forbes Field since 1945. Kuhe! Fired as Manager of Senators Washington, (/P)— The 8th place Washington S e n at o r s of 1949 Tuesday were shopping for a new manager to pilot their 1950 baseball team in the American league "Thp book is open," said Club President Clark Griffith after announcing the release of Joe Kuhe as manager Monday night. Griffith, who has been in thi habit of naming a former Senate to head hi charges, said " don't know about that," when asked if he was going to FOR THE DODGERS—Don Newcombe or Preacher Roe stick tion. some mind. to tradi- !'I have men i n I haven't KUIIEL talked anyone With the standings with yet." final for the '49 season Michigan Back on Top in First AP Collegiate Poll New York, {/P) — It should be easy enough to prove whether Notre Dame's Frank Leahy is right or wrong in his blast against those Pacific Coast officials. . . . Just run the game films slowly and see whether the Irish were guilty of the rules infractions as charged. If they were, no doubt Leahy would be happy to apologize; if not, the officials should. From here it seems that there has.been a bit too much synthetic sportsmanship on the part of coaches who felt they had received bad deals. ... A good healthy blast now and then helps keep the officials on their toes. . . . Following the same line,, George Strickler of the Green Bay Packers, a Notre Dame alumnus, claims that officiating beat his team in its tussle with the Rams Sunday. Says George: "We got one 15-yard penalty and were nosed out 48-7." Counter Attack It was in a recent football game between Bexley and Greenfield, By AUSTIN BEALMEAR New York, (/P)—Michigan once more is the nation's best college football team, in the opinion of experts who voted in the first Associated Press poll of 1949. The results returned the Wolverines to the same position they held when the 1948 season closed. As a matter of fact, the top 10 produced by the initial balloting pf the young campaign looks surprisingly like the same 10 which came out of the final poll at the end of the '48 campaign. Only 80 sports writers and broadcasters participated in Tuesday's voting, the others having not yet caught their breath from the dramatic windup of the baseball season. But 34 of them decided that Michigan's Western conference champions belonged on top aeain. Notre Dame Placed 2nd Notre Dame, the runner-up in the final 1948 poll, landed in 2nd place again this time. Oklahoma, 5th in 1948, drew the No. 3 position although it collected 17 first place votes to 15 for Notre Dame. The Irish had plenty of support for 2nd and 3rd. On the basis of 10 for a «first place vote, Football Notes From Big Ten PURDUE Lafayette, Ind., (U.R) — Harry Szulborski, touted Boilermaker ball-carrier, returned to scrimmage action Tuesday. Szulborski was injured Sept. 13 and saw only limited action against Iowa. Hoi- comb sent the Purdue squad through an intensive drill Monday in preparation for Saturday's game against Notre Dame. MINNESOTA Minneapolis, (U.R)—The Gophers were back at work Tuesday with the exception of 3 regulars who suffered injuries in last week's tussle with Nebraska. The starter who appeared most doubtful against Northwestern here next Saturday was Halfback Ralph McAlister who is unable to walk because of a sprained ankle. Other front line casualties are End- Tackle Buster Mealey with a fractured cheek bone and Fullback Ken Beiersdorf with a bad knee. showing the Senators 47 games behind the Yankees, Griffith said he had to let uhel go. ~~ "It's just baseball," Griffith said. "I found no fault with Joe s managing. It was just the breaks that ruined Joe. Joe's a fine boy and in the 2 years with us things just didn't break for him. It's time for the Senators to try something different." Including Bowl Tilt f Tigers Have Lost 3 One-Pointers in '49 EARL BANKS —Suffers Knee Injury Earl Banks May Miss Iowa Game Against Illinois Iowa Cily, (/P> — Guard Earl Banks, the bulwark of Iowa's line, may not be able to play in Saturday's game with Illinois because of a knee injury received In last week's game with Purdue. Banks' left knee was knocked out of joint 4 times in the Purdue game and he was unable to report for practice Monday. Glenn Drahn, number one offen~ sive quarterback, also was out of practice Monday but was expected back later this week. He has an injured leg. Halfback Jerry Faske and Tackles Hubert Johnston and Andy Buntz were injured in the Purdue ' game but Coach Eddie Anderson said they will be ready to face the Il- lini. The Hawks had a light workout and saw movies of the Iowa- Purdue game Monday. game is necessary in the best-of-7 play. Sunday's starting time is 1:05 p. m. (CST). There's a HUNTSMAN on the label...and Quality in the beer Ohio, high schools. Somewhat confused by the 1949 version of the substitution rule, Bexley found itself running a play with only 10 men on the field. A few minutes later it happened again. Then a 3rd time. After mixup Kanawha, Corwith to Play Wednesday in District Finals Kanawha—Kanawha and Corwith, a pair of powers in North Iowa baseball for several seasons, will clash here Wednesday afternoon in the finals of the^ district high school baseball tournament. Corwith eliminated H a n s c 11 Monday 4-1 as Donnie darken and Walt Babcock combined for a 7-hitter for the winners. Three runs in the 2nd frame sacked up the game. Ray Maynard hurled the Bulldogs into the finals as they beat Bristow 4-0. Maynard allowed only one hit in the game and only 2 other runners reached base, one on a walk and one on an error. He had a dozen strikeouts while Fox, BristoW pitcher, gave 7 hits and fanned 11 batters. 1949, G. Helleitun Brewing Co., L» Crosic, Wisconsin 2 More Lettermen Available at Drake DCS Moines, (U.R)—Two lettermen who have not yet played this year will be available to Drake when it meets South Dakota university here Friday night. Bobby Clark, a back, had to sit out the first 3 games under a Missouri Valley conference rule because he played 3 games in 1944 before entering service. He is eligible for the rest of the season. Joe Philippson, reserve end who has been out with a broken hand, now is ready for action. No. 3, a fan shouted from the stands: "Hey, coach, it's one for each finger, then one more." One-Minute Sports Page Peewee Reese wants to know if the Yankees are the only club that wins the American league pennant. "I've been in the World Series 3 times—and each time against the Yankees," Peewee explains. ... As long as they can jam 70,000 cash customers into the stadium, he shouldn't object. , , , One railroad man estimates it cost his road $80,000 when it became a subway series instead of a Boston-St. Louis sleeper jump. . . . Pete Glazer of the Portsmouth, Va., Star predicted Pitt would lick Northwestern 21-7. He missed by 5 points, but we still wonder where he gets his information. The Last Straw Bob Burson, younger brother o[ Northwestern's Don, was slated to be No. 1 freshman quarterback of Southern California this fall. . . . But the kid just gets up and left, explaining that he will enter Northwestern when he gets around to it. ... U. S. C. coaches didn't mind too much, because they have so many good signal callers that Bob wouldn't have had much chance of becoming a regular until his senior year, but what really burned thorn up was the reason he gave for his departure: "I don't like the weather here. It's too hot." Grieves, But No Grief When the St. Joseph, Mo., Cardinals of the Western association got in all their 70 home games without a postponement (and won the pennant by 11 games) the boys gave Business Manager Jim Grieves full credit for controlling points 9 for 2nd, 8 for 3rd, and so on, Michigan topped the list with 688 points. Notre Dame had 627 and Oklahoma 505. Surprisingly enough Michigan barely saueaked past Michigan State 7-3 in its opener but whipped Stanford 27-7 last week. Notre Dame has beaten Indiana 49-6 and Washington 27-7 while Oklahoma has defeated Boston college 46-0 and Texas A. and M. 33-13 Tulanc Rated 4th WISCONSIN Madison, Wis., (U.R)—Coach Ivy Williamson opened tough workouts for his Badgers with orders to tighten up their execution and timing for the California clash next Saturday. Williamson said he also planned to add a few new wrinkles to the Wisconsin offensive repetoire. He may be hampered, however, by injuries to Quarterback Bob Petruska and Halfback G w y n n Christiensen, both of whom received ankle injuries in the Illinois game. NORTHWESTERN Evanston, 111., (U.R)—Northwest- ern's .Wildcats got down to serious and intensive drills Tuesday for their 3rd tough test in as many starts when they bump up against Minnesota next Saturday. ILLINOIS Champaign, III., (U.R) — Illinois 111 South Delaware the weather. And the team physician, Dr. Foul Knepper, remarked enviously: "If I could get you to hang around the clinic, we'd never lose a patient." Tulane, winner ot 2 Southeast- e r n conference games against tough opposition, drew 4 first place votes and placed 4th. The Green Wave finished in 13th place last year. Minnesota, which could do no better than Kith last November, captured the JSTo. 5 spot, followed by North Carolina, Army, Southern California, Southern Methodist and California in that order. All the first 10 excent Minnesota, Tulane and Southern California were members of the select circle at the close of 1948. For the record, here's the way the top 10 looked in the final 1948 noil: Michigan, Notre Dame, North Carolina, California, Oklahoma. Army, Northwestern, Georgia, Oregon and Southern Methodist, in that order. Altogether, 28 teams figured in the balloting this week and the first place votes were scattered among 9 of them. The list is due for a bit of juggling in another week, with some of the top 10 running into formidable opposition Saturday. Michigan nnd Army collide at Ann Arbor in what nromises to be a real thriller, while Oklahoma goes to Dallas to take on Texas, the No. 12 team. Eighth-place Southern California will be invaded by Ohio Stale, ranked lllh. The second 10 ranks as follows: Ohio State, Texas, Michigan State, Duke. Kentucky, Villanova, Cornell. UCLA, Pittsburgh, tie among Pennsylvania, Northwestern and Missouri. The total vote for the top 10 teams with points figured on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis (first I started training with the cheering fact that no player was injured against Wisconsin last Saturday. Valuable players such as Ends Tony Klimek and Slip Kersulis and Fullback Burt Schmidt should regain top form for the Iowa game Saturday. They were injured in an earlier game. OHIO STATE Columbus, Ohio, (U.R) — There was no rest for Ohio State, grid- ders Tuesday as they went into their 2nd day of heavy scrimmage in preparation for the big test with Southern California next Saturday. Freshman teams using USC plays were thrown against the Buckeyes Monday and afterward another group demonstrated the Trojans offensive plays. INDIANA Bloomington, Ind., (U.R) — The Hoosiers planned to return to outdoor practice Tuesday after wet fields restricted Coach Clyde Smith's squad to a light indoor workout in their opening session for Texas Christian. Smith indicated he will hammer on the Hoosiers' leaky pass defense which allowed Ohio State to complete 15 of 23 passes last week. < MICHIGAN Ann Arbor, Mich., <U.R)—Trainer Jim Hunt said Tuesday the Wolverines are in good physical shape for the clash with Army Saturday. The squad took it easy Tuesday and will return to heavy drills Wednesday. Kansas City, (/P) — Coach Faurot checked over his high- scoring University of Missouri Tigers-Tuesday, looking for a man who can score just a couple of points. The Tigers have maintained slightly better than a touchdown- a-quarter pace this year, but have not won a game. They take on Oklahoma A. and M. Saturday at Columbia with a one-point jinx plaguing their 1949 efforts. The jinx started last New Year's Day. Clemson trimmed the Tigers 24-23 in the 'Gator Bowl. The first game this fall was a 35-34 loss to Ohio State. Last Saturday night it was the short end of 28-27 as the Tigers bowed to Southern Methodist at Dallas. Two points more a game would have given the Tigers a perfect record so far this year. The Tigers are expected to send about the same lineup against Oklahoma A. and M., Saturday as that which played against S M.U. Faurot has checked off Gene Pepper, tackle, and Nick Carras- halfback, on account of injuries suffered against the Mustangs, but expects to be able to use Freeman Bullock, tackle, and Bob Ebinger, end, who have been out with injuries. The Cowpokes, bidding to regain the national prominence they had a few years back on football fields, have run up even more touchdowns so far this year than the Tigers. By The Associated Press 'Providence — Paddy De Slarco, I38',i, Brooklyn, outpointed Jackie Weber, 135V1, Pawluckct, (10). Chicago—Dale Hall, 201, Los Angeles, stopped Bill McClure, 200, Los Angeles, Washington— 3 j m m y Cooper, 12fili, Washington, outpointed Charley Titone, 12414, Brooklyn. Ilolyoke, Mass.— Guillermo Giminez, IXSJ'.i, Argentina, stopped Joey Carkido, 14!, Youngstown, (10). HOME GROWN Houston, (/P)—Only one of the 54 members of the Rice Institute football squad is from out of state —and he hails from nearby Lake Charles, La. Senior Fullback Bob Lantrip is the sole non-Texan of the bunch. Montreal Wins First Contest in 3 Starts Against Indianapolis Montreal, (/P)—Three runs in he bottom half of the 5th inning vere enough to give the Montreal Royals a 3-1 victory over the ndianapolis Indians in the 3rd Same of the Little World Series Monday night. The Indians now ead the best-of-7 series 2 games o one. All remaining games will je played in Indianapolis. Sports Calendar FRIDAY — East Des Moines at Mason City, lime fl. Mason City .1. C. at Austin ,\. C. RUBBER ARM Tulsa, (/P)—Pitcher Frank Smith of the Tulsa Oilers of the Texas league set a new loop standard by appearing in 55 games during the 1948 season. The Cincinnati Reels farmhand erased the former mark of 51. place votes in parentheses): 1. Michigan (34) 688 2. Notre Dame (15) ... (327 3. Oklahoma (17) .... 505 4. Tulanc (4) 442 5. Minnesota < 2) 353 G. North Carolina (3) . 2fl4 7. Army (1) 280 8. Southern California 210 f). Southern Methodist . 134 10. 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