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.. 12 Oct. 3, 1949 Mason City Globe-Gxzelto, M»son City, la. St. Ambrose Victor 2.8-12 Over Loras Dubugue—St. Ambrose college electrified a crowd of 10,500 with a dynamic 2nd half to repel Loras 28-12 here Sunday in the traditional battle between the 2 Iowa Catholic rivals. It was Loras' 1st defeat of the year and the 2nd in 3 years for a Wally Fromhart- coached Duhawk eleven. Pushed up and down the field ^ by a smooth Loras running and in a book, short passing attack during the entire, first half, the undefeated Saints came back with a manhandling display nothing short of terrific. They raced to a pair of touchdowns in the first 5 minutes of the 2nd half, added another before the quarter was over and built their lead to 28-fi in the 4th before Loras scored again. It was Don Doody, a 5-8, 182- pound fullback, who broke the Duhav/ks back with 2 TDs and who rocked the turf for yardage that led to the others. He was everywhere. First the Saints would use a deceptive spread formation- and send him through the middle. Then, with the Loras defense tightened, they'd send him sweeping the ends and he never was stopped for less than 5 yards a crack. Loras' first score came with 15 seconds remaining in the opening half. Dick Zaleski hit Ralph Peterson with a 22-yard pass to do it. Two other Duhawk drives had been choked off by penalties. .Then came the storm. Ambrose with crackling line play, went straight down the field on its running game and Doody took a house full of tacklers over the goal with him from the 9. Tim Madden kicked the first of 4 perfect placements and Lovas was behind for the first time this year. The Saints held the Duhawks in check, on the ensuing kickoff and lunged goalward again, going over on a'pass, Lee Matera to Ed Scheck. Their 3rd marker of the period was set up by a weak Loras punt which rolled out on the 14: Three plays later St. Ambrose had the game sacked up as Doody "dood-it" again. Jack Mooney made it 28-6 in the 4th with a 7-yard jaunt over the goal. Loras' final counter was an anti-climax. The Duhawk aerial combine of Jack Rohan to Jerry Witry clicked on a long Ijass to the 2 and Dick Mares, the fast-running ace of the day scored. Witry's pass snatching from Rohan and Zaleski was largely responsible for Loras' 190 yards in the air; 14 of 27 flings being com- pleted. Penalties were frequent in the tense Midlands loop contest. Ambrose lost 105 yards and Loras 100 in the fray. In the Du- hawks' behalf it can be said they didn't receive a break in the game but they couldn't make any of their own, either, especially in the Iowa's Hawks Off to Duplicate Records of 1939 Iron Men? By ED SAINSBURX Chicago, (U.R) — Dr. Eddie Anderson's Iowa Hawkeyes, starting on the same path that the "Iron Men" of Nile Kinnick and company followed in 1939, may find out this week whether dreams of Big Ten grid title contention are nightmares or the real thing. The 1939 wonder*team from Iowa City didnt' win the conference crown, but it finished 2nd and surprised the Big Ten and the nation with a lot of wins that nobody believed could be written And this year the Anderson crew are coming out the same way. Not since 1939 had Iowa beaten Purdue at home. Kinnick and crew did it then. But Satur- Conference Standings BIG SIX \V West Waterloo 2 East D. M .1 Fort Dodge 1 Mason City 0 North D. M 0 East Waterloo 0 L 0 0 1 1 1 1 NORTHEAST IOWA day Glenn Drahn and playmates repeated 21-7 showing passing accuracy and extreme alertness. Eight times Purdue fumbled and 7 times Iowa recovered, most of the time in Boilermaker territory. Their 3 touchdowns coming after these breaks were plenty to win. Saturday Iowa might find out some more. Ray Eliot's fighting Illini, with a record of 2 ties in 2 starts this season, come to Iowa City to test the Hawks and while Iowa will be favored, Illinois probably won't fumble 8 times. It could be a good ball game. Illinois came from behind to tie Wisconsin 13-13 Saturday and while Iowa probably will be favored to win, the Illini might improve enough before Friday to furnish a good test, And normally Iowa-Illinois scraps are pretty close contests. One other conference game is on Saturday's program, Northwestern at Minnesota. Both teams were rated as title contenders and Minnesota still warranted the rating after a 28-6 win over Nebraska Saturday. Northwestern, perhaps with the players attention directed too much to the Minnesota contest, went down before Pittsburgh's rugged line and veteran backfield 16-7. There will be 5 non-conference games this weekend, 2 of them rating national attention. Michigan will meet Army for the 3rd time since 1940 and the Wolverines, seeking to avenge 2 wartime defeats, will be favored to down the mighty Cadets at Ann Waverly 3 Oelwein 2 Decorah 2 Charles City 2 New Hampton .... H Cedar Falls 1 Cresco i Osage 0 0 0 1 1 H 2 3 A 3 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 .667 .667 .500 Major League / Leaders Movie at the Strand theater. The film is based on the novel by Frank NORTH CENTRAL W L, Webster City 2 0 Algona 2 1 Clear Lake 1 1 Hampton 1 1 Clarion 1 1 Humboldt 1 1 Iowa Falls 1 2 Eagle Grove 0 2 NORTH IOWA \V Northwood 3 Forest City 2 Belmoncl 2 Buffalo Center .... 2 Lake Mills 0 Britt 0 Garner 0 L 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 .000 Pet. 1.000 .667 .5*00 .500 .500 .500 .333 .000 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .667 .6G7 .000 .00(J .000 CORN BOWL W St. Ansgar 2 Nashua 2 Manly 2 Rockford 1 Nora Springs 1 Riceville Green 1 0 L 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 Pet, 1.000 1.000 .<>(>? .333 .333 .333 .000 Arbor. Ohio State, victors over In- 2nd half. Former Major League Relief Ace Loses Arm Mexia, Texas, (/P)—Fred "Firpo" Marberry, one of the top major league relief pitchers, lost his left arm in an automobile accident near here early Sunday. In 13 years in the majors, he won a total of 146 games and lost 87 for Washington and Detroit and was a prime factor in Washington's 1924-^S pennant winners and Detroit's 1934 champs. GAME ADDED TO CARD Garner—Garner high school has added a game to the football schedule and the Cardinals will play Renwick at Renwick Friday night. diana Saturday 46-7 in a league contest, will face a rugged test at Los Angeles against Southern California, picked as one of the top title contenders in the Pacific Coast league. Wisconsin also engages west coast competition, Pappy Waldorf's California Bears who lost to Northwestern in the Rose Bowl, in the last of a 4-game series at Madison. Waldorf's 11 was sure to be favored over the Badgers, even Uiough Ivy Williamson's young crew has exceeded, pre-season expectations in going through 2 games without losing. Indiana, soundly trounced in both games this year, will battle Texas Christian at Bloomington arid the game probably could go either way without being classed as an upset. Purdue, bumped twice by nearly identical scores of 20-6 and 21-7, runs up against Notre Dame at Layfayette, and it ought to be number 31 in the Irish string of games without loss. McGuire Named State President of A. A. U. Cedar Rapids, (U.R)—Jack McGuire, Iowa State college swimming coach, continued as president of the Iowa A. A. U. Monday as Marshalltown prepared to be host for the 4th straight year to the men's A. A. U. cage tourney. McGuire was re-elected president at the annual session Sunday. Hugo Otapalik, Cyclone wrestling coach, was named first vice president; Leslie Renquist, Des Moines, was elected 2nd vice president, and Alex Fidler, Cedar Rapids, was named 3rd vice president. Lillian Whiting, Des Moines, was reelected secretary-treasurer. The association awarded the 1950 men's basketball tournament to Marshalltown for the 4th straight year. Paul Norris, tournament manager, was authorized to set the exact dates some time in mid-February. PONTIAC Prescribed Service Our business is cars. We check 'em . . . tune 'em ... fix anything from a flat to a cranky carburetor. We fix 'em riffht, too ... John Gallagher, inc. 22-24 Third N. W. Phone 1144 Chicago Bears Beat Cards 77-7; Browns Crush Dons 42-7 New York, (JP) — The mighty mights — the Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears—have established themselves as early-season favorites in the professional football rankings. The Browns, 3 times All-America conference champs, clung to their first place lead by crushing the Los Angeles Dons 42-7 at Cleveland. The Browns, with a 4-0-1 record, .lead San Francisco which has a 4-1-0 slate. The Bears, meanwhile, smothered their National league rivals, the Chicago Cardinals, 17-7 to share the western division's top rung with the Los Angeles Rams, who smashed Green Bay '48-7. Each is unbeaten in 2 starts. A record Comiskey Park crowd —52,867 — saw the Bears' mammoth line stymie the Cardinal's vaunted running game. Led by Johnny Lujack, the Bears punched out 2 touchdowns and a fieldgoal in the first half for all their scoring. Another AAC game saw the Baltimore Colts score their first victory, upsetting the Buffalo Bills 35-28 in the waning seconds. Indianapolis Takes 2-0 Lead in Montreal Series Montreal, (U.R)—The Indianapolis Indians of the American Association took a strangle-hold on the 1949 Little World Series Monday with 2 quick victories in enemy territory over the weekend. The Indians defeated the Montreal Royals, International league playoff winners 5-1 Sunday and have only one more game to play at Montreal Tuesday night before returning home for the final four games (if they are needed). Indianapolis won the Saturday game by the same 5-1 score. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting—Kcll, Detroit, M'M; Williams, Boston, .3l27r>. Runs — Williams, Boston, 150; Jonst, Philadelphia, 12U. Huns butted In—Williams, and Stephens, Boston, 1159, Hits—Mitchell, Cleveland, 203; Williams, Boston, to I. Doubles—Williams, Boston, 3U; Kell, Detroit, :i7. Triples—Mitchell, Cleveland, 23; Dlllin- gcr, St. Louis, 13. Homeruus — Williams, Boston, 43; Stephens, Huston, 3U. Stolen bases—Dllllnger, St. Louis. 20; Rlzzuto, New York, 18. Pitching — Kinder, Boston, 23-« .793; Parncll, Boston, 25-7 .781. Strikeouts—Trucks, Detroit, 15-1; Newhouser, Detroit, 141. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Robinson, Brooklyn, .312; Musial, St. Louis, .33!). Runs—Reese, Brooklyn, 132; Musial, St. Louis, 129. Rims batted In—Kiner, Pittsburgh, 12B; Robinson, Brooklyn, 121. Hits—Musial, St. Louis, 207; Robinson, Brooklyn, 203. Doubles—Musial, St. LouiH, II; Robinson, Brooklyn, and Ennls, Philadelphia, Triples—Musial, SI.'Louis, It); Robinson, Brooklyn, and Slaughter, St. Louis, 12. Homcruus—Kiner, Pittsburgh. 51; Mn- sla), St. Louis, Hfi. Stolen bases-—Robinson, Brooklyn, 37; Reese, Brooklyn, 2<J. Pitching — Roe, Brooklyn, li-5 .7o»; Branca, Brooklyn, 13-5 .722. Strikeouts—Spnhii, Boston, L52; New- cornbe, 118. Iowa Majors Leading Loops By L. E. SKELLEY Des Moines, (IP) — Iowa's 4 major football teams are off and running in the inside lanes in their respective conference races. Here's the unprecedented early season situation for Iowa's championship challengers: Iowa — Tied with Ohio State and Northwestern for the Big Ten lead (1-0). Iowa State—At the top of the Big Seven with Kansas State (1-0). Drake—Tied with Detroit for the Missouri Valley front spot (1-0). Iowa Teachers — Deadlocked with South 'Dakota State for the North Central lead (1-0). Bright Future And the immediate future is bright. Drake, after tossing Bradley 17-7 in its first conference game, expects to run its victory string to 4 against South Dakota university at Des Moines Friday night. Next valley contest for Drake is the Oklahoma A. & M. battle at Stillwater Oct. 15. The Bulldogs won't be the pre-game choice in that one. Iowa, Iowa State and Teachers, however, will carry the favorite's tag into their next conference games. / The Saturday schedule sends Iowa against Illinois at Iowa City, Iowa State against Colorado at Boulder and Teachers against South Dakota State at Brooklngs. Iowa, its sophomore lessons learned the hard way in losing to U. C. L. A , used that knowledge to topple Purdue 21-7 in its first By CARL WRIGHT A combination of old-time popular hits and brand-new candidates for the song hit parade are heard in the technicolor musical, "In the Good Old Summertime," showing at the Cecil. Judy Garland and Van Johnson are co-starred for the first time. Among Miss Garland's songs are the old favorites, "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland," "Play That Barber Shop Chord" and Spearman about railroad detective. a Soft-spoken "Unknown Is- THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"In the Good Old Summertime" now showing. PALACE—"Belle Starr's Daughter" and "The Set-Up" close Monday. "Shockproof" and "Miss Mink 1'JlU" open Tuesday. STRAND—"Whispering Smith" and "Unknown Island" now showing. STATE—"Adventures of Don .luan" and "Smoky Mountain Melody" close Monday. ''Hit the Roan"' and "Return uf Daniel Boone" open Tuesday. LAKE—"The Ctrl From Jones Meach" closes Monday. "You're My Everything" opens Tuesday. DRIVE-IN —"The Farmer's Daughter" closes Monday. "That. Brennau Girl" Tuesday only. "I Don't Care." Her new songs are "Last Night When We Were Young" and "Merry Christmas." Miss Garland also has a duet with Van Johnson to the tune of "Put Your Arms Around Me Honey." * # * Cornel Wilde and Patricia Knight are co-starred in "Shockproof," which opens at the Palace theater Tuesday. It's the story of the man who thought he knew all there was to know about the woman he married. "Miss Mink of 1949" is the co-feature. It's the story of the winner of a fabulous radio prize. Lois Collier and Jimmy Lydon are costarred. 7T "A" VT "Whispering Smith," co - starring Alan Ladd, Robert Preston and Brenda Marshall, is showing land" is the cp-feature, a Cine- color production starring Philip Reed, 'Virginia Grey, Barton MacLane and Richard Denning. * # * The Dead End Kids are costarred with Gladys George and Barton MacLane in "Hit the Road," which opens at the State theater Tuesday. Co-featured is "The Return of Daniel Boone," adventure picture, with "Wild" Bill Elliott in the starring role. * * * Dan Dailey and Shari Robinson, 10 - year - old Indianapolis moppet, dance their way through sgme of ntimbers thing," which opens at the Lake theater Tuesday. Anne Baxter is co-starred. * * # "That Brennan Girl" showing at the Drive-in theater Tuesday night, is modern in setting and theme. It's the story of a delinquent girl who lifts herself above her environment. urday J4-1 as the victors got 14 hits while the losers were held to 2 by Colbert. Corwith eliminated Rudd 11-4 as the Rangers could get only 2 hits in the game. Hollywood's top dance in "You're My Every- Bristow, Kanawha, Hansel!, Corwith Win in District Tourney K a n a w h a—Hansell, Corwith. Bristow and Kanawha advanced through the first round of the district high school baseball tournament here Saturday. In 2nd round games, Hansell plays Corwith and Bristow meets the host Bulldogs. Fox, Bristow hurler, held Hinard to 2 hits as Bristow squeezed out a 2-1 triumph while Kanawha unloaded a 12-hit attack to drub Gowrie 11-4 in the windup contest. Hansell drubbed Rockwell Sat- NOW! THRU TUESDAY STRAND The Crystal Lunch 12 South Washington SANDWICHES MEALS LUNCHES Cooked Right—Served Right— Priced Right DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA TUES., OCT. 4 Music By KENNY HOFER Hurry! Ends Monday! utcuu MYO RWCIU) i rDDte BRACKEN TUES. - WED. - THURS. A Musical That Has Everything! ttiHda Maishill. Donald Crisp. Wllto* kfuttd Plus—"UNKNOWN ISLAND" You'il Enjoy Dining at the EADMAR Coffee Shop Start the day right. Breakfast at the Ead- mar and Dinner in evening in our pleasant surroundings. Courteous Service Sewell, Dixie Walker » Released by Pirates Pittsburgh, (/P)—The Pittsburgh Pirates Monday released unconditionally 2 baseball veterans— Pitcher Rip Sewell and Outfielder Dixie Walker. Sewell, 41, was the oldest Pirate both in years and length of service. He joined the club in 1938. He won 6 and lost one this year. Dixie Walker, who came to Pittsburgh from the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1948, has been in the big leagues since 1933 except for a stretch at Newark in 1935. TROUBLE CAN LOOM UP FAST Beyond the next bend, on the next hill, anything may happen. If you are found responsible for « serious accident, it might cost you a small fortune, unless you have adequate Automobile Liability Insurance. World Series Facts Contenders—New York (.AL) vs. Brooklyn (NL). Place—At Yankee Stadium Oct. 5-6; at Ebbets Field Oct. 7-8-9 (if necessary); at Yankee Stadium Oct. 10-11 (if necessary). Time—All games at noon (CST) except Sunday when they start at 1:05 p. m. Radio — Mutual Broadcasting System. Probable starting pitchers—Ed Lopat (15-9), New York, vs. Preacher Roe (15-5), Brooklyn. Big Ten outing. Big league performance by all top hands indicate the Hawks will be the choice against the Illini, tied by Iowa State and Wisconsin. If Iowa wins it will be the first triumph over Illinois since 1941. Iowa State a Fooler Iowa State, assigned to the Big Seven 2nd division again by the pre-season experts, may fool 'em. The Cyclones, expertly drilled by Abe Stuber, shocked Kansas 19-6 in their conference opener. They may do the same thing to Colorado, a one-point winner over Kansas a week ago. Iowa Teachers, the big gun in the North Central conference for 6 years, is expected to hurdle the South Dakota barrier. The Panthers' last 31 games have been marred only by a 6-6 tie, that by South Dakota State in 1946. Morningside, which swung through Augustana 26-7 for 3rc place in the North Central, has North Dakota State as its gues Saturday night. The Maroons have won 2 and lost one in the conference. Coe, 27-13 winner over Simpson for its 2nd victory in 3 seasons, commence Midwest conference play against Monmouth Monmouth. Grinnell, whipped 19-6 by Carleton for its 2nd midwest loss trys again this week against Kno> at Grinnell. Cornell has a-dat with Simpson after losing a Mid west game to Lawrence 14-0. Iowa conference games send 1 Wartburg to Buena Vista and Parsons 1o Central. CECIL NOW SHOWING "Adventures of Don Juan" '•Smoky Mountain Melody" Starts TUES. Reg. Adm. Mat. 30c Eve. 35c Kids 14c DEAD END KIDS,, UTTU TOUCH GUYS- 'HIT the ROAD" Plus "WILD BILL" ELLIOTT in "Return of Daniel Boone' .6 New Stog Hits! ~~~~ f 5 • You'll Say It's Got Everything That Made "Meet Me in St. Louis" SO GOOD! PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. STATE-LINE CAGE LOOP ORGANIZES FOR SEASON S w e a City — Superintendent Lloyd Dresser has been named president of the State-Line basketball conference and Coach Paul Stuart was elected secretary. Present at the organization meeting were representatives from Lakota, Burt M Ledyard, Thompson, Armstrong and Swea City. Drawings were made for the jamboree which will be held here Nov. 11. Plans were also made for a junior high school basketball tournament to be played in March. The first all-New York World Series (1921) was a best 5-of-O affair with the Giants winning, 5 games to 3. SWEA CITY ACCEPTED INTO CONFERENCE Swea City — Superintendent Lloyd Dresser attended a Border- Line football conference meeting at Bricelyn, Minn., at which time Swca City was accepted into the conference. Swea City is the only Iowa team in the conference at the present time, all others being in Minnesota. Rowan Beats Goodcll Goodell — The Rowan high school baseball team defeated Goodell 11-0 in a game played here Friday. DANCE AT NEWLY REDECORATED CASTLE CLUB CHARLES CITY Tues., Oct. 4 Music by "Your Favorites' MOELLER'S ACCORDION BAND MIXED DANCES EVERY TUESDAY AT CASTLE CLUB COME IN OLD CLOTHES FUN FOR ALL TUES., OCT. 4th SIX FAT DUTCHMEN START OF REGULAR TUESDAY NIGHT OLD TIME DANCES POLIO BENEFIT DANCE! SURF BALLROOM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6 MORROW'S MELODIANS 10-PlECE ALL-GIRL ORCHESTRA AND ENTERTAINERS BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW! The Dillon Co. — Ray Seney's Jewelry — Decker Bros, and At All Service Clubs ADMISSION ONLY $1.00 ««i. F*. T«e,> Sponsored by Amvets Post 92 100% of Proceeds Go to Cerro Gordo County Polio Fund HAVE FUN AND DANCE — KILL POLIO'S CHANCE THURSDAY, OCT. 6th POLIO BENEFIT DANCE Morrow Melodians (All Girl Bai:d) FRIDAY, OCT. 7th BOB'S HILLBILLIES (Western) SATURDAY, OCT. 8th MAL DUNN (MODERN) SUNDAY, OCT. 9th TINY HILL With His Sensational Band $1.33 Flus Tax J'er Person IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLACE! NO. SHORE • CLEAR LAKE. IA. End Mon. — "Belle Starr's Daughter" — "The Set-up' STARTS TUES. PATRICIA KNIGHT JOHN IARAGREY • ESTHIR MINCIOTT1 Plus . . . It's Ankles Away . . . With Lore and Fun! MISS MlNK OF 1949 Lois COLLIER. Jinwiy LYDON • Richard LANE • Barbara BROWN SPECIAL POLIO BENEFIT DANCE TUESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 4 The Dance is Free to Members of the Legion But Contributions to the Polio Fund Will Be Gracefully Accepted. A Night For the Legionnaires WITH MUSIC BY THE COUNTRY CLUBBERS PLAYING AN ALL-REQUEST PROGRAM If you sing, dance or entertain otherwise you will be given a chance to do your stuff. LEGIONNAIRE CLUB ENDS LORETTA YOUNG — JOSEPH GOTTEN TONIGHT "THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER" On Highway 18 Between Clear Lake and Mason City Box Office Rain or Clear — Two Shows Opens 6:45 Each Night — Starting at 7 and 9 TUESDAY NIGHT IS FAMILY NIGHT Make Up A Carload Everybody's Whispering About / 317 No. Federal Phone 2032 Admission $1.00 Per Car Inc. Tax DUNN MONA FREEMAN Added Fun 2 Color Cartoons "Overture From Wm. Tell" "Klondike Kasanova"

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