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jans Win 37-0, Mohawks Beaten 20-14 Several Major Powers Face Rugged Foes By JOHN GRIFFIN New York, (U.R)—Fully warned now that the set-up season is ovef" major college football teams faced a tough, tough program Saturday with a wary eye peeled for surprise explosions. Skating on thin ice against rugged rivals who could drop them right out of the ranks of the national title contenders were such mighty teams as Southern Methodist, Army, Michigan, North Carolina and Tulane. The other big-name outfits seemed slated for easier going as 2-touchdown-or-better favorites like Notre Dame, California, Southern California, Ohio State and Michigan State. Complete Reverse But if any of thg favorites were inclined to coast, they got a warning last night from Boston college, which upset Wake Forest 13-7 in a night game at Boston. This was the B. C. team that took a 46-0 drubbing from Oklahoma last week, and the Wake 'Forest team that lost to S. M. U. by only one touchdown. ' Elusive Neb Smith sped 20 yards for a Wake Forest touchdown in the first minute of the 2nd period. B. C. didn't break through until the final period when Ed Songin tossed 2 touchdown passes to Joe Dominick for the upset-making scores. U. C. L. A. upset Oregon 35-27 in a Pacific Coast conference game. Villanova Rolls Villanova, climbing rapidly into national prominence, followed up its wins over the Texas Aggies and Penn State by thrashing Detroit 34-7. Steve Romanik heaved touchdown passes of 83 and 65 yards and Ralph Pasquariello slammed his way to 2 scores on the ground. In other games- Friday night, Maryland trounced Georgetown 33-7 and Furman beat South Carolina 14-7 in the Southern conference. Southern Methodist, out to prove it can do better than against Wake Forest, sends dazzling Doak Walker against a Misouri team that last week surprised by losing to Ohio State by only one point. Michigan, which squeaked against Michigan State, was up against a rejuvenated Stanford, which rounted Harvard 44-0. • Army Heavily Favored Army's powerful Cadets were rated a 3-touchdown choice over Penn State, but the Nittany Lions were originally billed as one of the East's best teams and could rebound hard after that Villanova loss. North Carolina, which won easily last week over N. Car. State through a late rally, was figured as only a one-touchdown choice over Georgia in an inter- conference game at Chapel Hill, No. Car. Tulane, the favorite in the Southeastern conference, was up against Georgia Tech, the team that last week upset .Vanderbilt— another Southeastern power. On the other hand, Notre Dame was picked for another over Washington. romp In other big games around the nation— In the Big Nine •Ohio State favored to trounce Indiana; Purdue a slight choice over Iowa; and Wisconsin i'n a toss-up against Illinois. In the Pacific Coast Conference—California the choice over Oregon State and Southern Cal figured 4 touchdowns better than Washington State. In the East—Holy .Cross-Brown, Harvard-Columbia, Navy-Princeton, Cornell-Colgate, Penn-Dartmouth, Rutgers-^emple. In the Midwest—Michigan State- Marquette, Iowa State-Kansas Colorado-Kansas State. In the South—Clemson-North Carolina St., George Washington- V.M.I.; Virginia T e c h-William and Mary. In the Southwest—Idaho-Texas Texas Aggies-Oklahoma. In the Rockies—Montana-Utah State, Wyoming-Colorado Aggies Oklahoma Aggies-Denver. Globc-Gnzcttc Photo HELP! —The Mason City Trojans tried to get; a first down on the Emmetsbnrg 33-yard line in the 2nd quarter on a 4th clown play. It didn't work. Bud Quinley (No. 2(i) went off his own right tackle but the Emmetsburg forward wall came through to smear him. Quinley has grabbed the shirt of a teammate and put on a terror face but it didn't help. On the ground is Bill Dallas and the player putting on the block is Stan Siedel. A close look in the middle will reveal something approaching fisticuffs although that hand could be a short distance from the Emmetsburg lineman's jaw! Anyhow, Referee Augie Luther is coming into the picture from the rear at left. Jaycees Turn in Best Play of Season By RICK MEREDITH Raging at will up and down the Roosevelt field sod, the Mason City junior college football team romped over a crippled Emmetsburg club 37-0 in the Trojans home opener Friday night to stay unbeaten in 3 starts. The visitors hadn't lost in 2 previous starts. Volney Hansen's Trojans played their best ball of the season, caught the Jayhawks with 2 key players out, and humbled them in yardage, 397 to 39, on the ground and 19-4 in first downs. Alert Trojan moves opened the way for the 4 last half touchdowns. All 3 of the 4th quarter markers started with pass interceptions and Jay Marti recovered a fumble to start the machine rolling in th.e 3rd. Mason City also dusted off the double chalk lines twice in the first quarter, first with the use of 2 long runs, and again after an Emmetsburg punt boomeranged. Backs Run Hard A continual running display by Mason City's hard-driving backs kept the Jayhawks on their heels. Fred Stephan, the fleet 185-pound fullback, came through with an outstanding line smashing performance and Bill Dallas, another 185-pound bulldozer, definitely Wason CHy Globe-Gazette, M»son Clly, U-Qct. 1, 1949 Bosox, Dodgers Both Hold Game Margins With Just 2 Tilts to Go -». Yanks, Cards Both Defeated New York, (U.R)—Both the Boston Red Sox and the Brooklyn Dodgers hoped Saturday to wrap up their league pennants. Mel Parnell, nerveless Boston Red Sox southpaw, faced the New York Yankees unflinchingly with the boast, "By tonight it'll be all over and we'll be the new American league champions." While Parnell, a 25-game winner, sought to bring Boston its first pennant since 1946, the Brooklyn Dodgers also were in a position to win the National league flag. All the Dodgers needed was a victory over the Philadelphia Phillies coupled with a St. Louis Cardinal loss to the last-place Chicago Cubs. The 27-year-old Parnell, who opposed the Yankees' Allie Reynolds in the most crucial game of the season, had every right to be nervous—but wasn't. Extreme Confidence "All of us are confident we'll win today," he said casually. "It'll be all over tonight and tomorrow we'll lei the clubhouse boy pitch against the Yankees." Joe McCarthy, Red Sox manager, said he was goining "all out" for Saturday's game and would have Ellis Kinder, a 35-year-old, 23-rgame winner in the bullpen just in case the Yankees got to Parnell. With the Yankees, however, it was another story. Reynolds, with a record 'of 17 victories and 6 setbacks, was fretting about a sore back that limits his effectiveness somewhat. It was all or nothing for the injury-riddled New Yorkers Saturday who hoped, with fingers crossed, to have the recuperating Joe DiMaggio back in the line-up Saturday against the Red Sox. * Branca vs. Heintzclman Ralph Branca, a broad-shouldered Mount Vernon, N. Y., right- hander, carried the hopes of the Dodgers against the Phillies, who were countering with Veteran Ken Heintzelman, a 17-game winner. Both the Dodgers and Red Sox lead their respective leagues by one game. Eddie Dyer's reeling Cardinals, who lost a 6-5 decision to the Cubs Friday, were virtually obliged to win Saturday to remain STORE CLOSED MONDAY Religious Holiday REMOVAL SALE On the Entire Stock Continues Tuesday and All Next Week HOME OP GOOD CLOTWEC 115 SO. FEDERAL AVC |. GINDLER.. PROP. THE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. 1.. Pet. G.B. rooklyti .............. Utt Sli .<i32 .... t. Louis .............. »r, 57 .<«5 I hitadclphia ........... K« Ti .52(i l(i oston .. .............. T.t ~,» .1X0 •„•;< e\v \'ork ............. TS Ifl .181) i:t itlsburgh ............. 10 «•> .Kil '.Mi incinnati ............. HI 91 .401 M hicaRo . . ....... ..... (10 !)2 .3U3 3(i FRIDAY RESULTS Chicago (i; St. Louis 5. Pittsburgh ;i; Cincinnati •;. (Only games scheduled.) SUNDAY GAMES St. Louis at Chicago. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. New York at Boston. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. .02.1 1 !> Hi ~cw York \)~t :icvelanrt 87 (i.l ."i'i letroit 87 (>!> .r>75 hiladelphia. 80 f> ,.TJ(> hicago 02 8!) .411 S3',i (. Louis 51 100 .:«8 4P,S: Vashlngton .:.. 49 10H .l«'i 47 FRIDAY RESULTS Boston 11; Washington '.). Philadelphia 4; New York I. Cleveland U; Detroit 1. SUNDAY GAMES Chicago at St. Louis. Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia at Washington. Boston at New York. Probable Pitchers NATIONAL LEAGUE New York (Koslo 11-13) at Boston Bickford 15-10). Brooklyn (Branca 19-5) at Philadelphia Heintzelman 17-!)). St. Louis (Brechcen 14-10) nt Chicago Chlpman U-8). (Only games scheduled.) AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston (Pnrnell 25-7) nt New Y'ork Reynolds 17-0). Philadelphia (Brissie 1G-IO) at Washing- on (Welteroth 2-8>. Cleveland (Garcia 13-5) at Detroit Trucks 1U-10)'. Chicago (Gumpert 13-Kt) at St. Louis Tannin 8-14). n contention. Beaten in their last 3 games, the Red Birds Saturday nominated craCty Harry "The :at" Brecheen, a southpaw with. a 14 and 10 record, to work against another southpaw, Bob Chipman, owner of a 6-8 mark. In Friday's activity, the Yankees fell a game behind Boston by dropping a 4-1 verdict to the Philadelphia Athletics. Ferris Fain broke a 1-1 tie in the 3rd with a 355-foot homer with 2 men on oase. The Red Sox, on the other hand, staggered through to a wierd 11-9 triumph over the Washington Senators, Boston realizing all of its runs on but 5 hits. Kinder, utilized now as both a starting and relief pitcher, entered the game in the 3th and saved the game for the Red Sox. Kiner Gets 54th Homer In the only other major league activity Ralph Kiner of the Pirates hit his 54th homerun Friday night as Pittsburgh beat Cincinnati, 3-2. Kiner now is only 2 homeruns behind the National • league record of 56 created by Hack Wilson. Cleveland defeated Detroit 6-4. Pairings Given for Fall District Baseball Meets Boone, (tP) —Pairings for the 8 district Iowa high school fall baseball tournaments opening Saturday were announced Friday afternoon by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Except at Radcliffe, where the semi-finals and finals will be played at night, the semi-finals in each tourney will be played Monday afternoon and the finals Wednesday afternoon. Pairings and times: At Ruthven: Mallard vs. Ruthven (2:45); Whittemore vs. St. John's (Bancroft) (9); Rodman vs. Arnold's Park (10:30); Melvin vs. Harris (1:15). At Moravia: New Sharon (Lacey) vs. Wayland (10:30); Wyman vs. Douds (1:15); Rose Hill vs. Attica (0); Moravia vs. Farmington (2:45). At Kanawha: Hansell vs. Radcliffe (9); Rudd vs. Corwith (10:30); Minard vs. Bristow (1:15), Kanawha vs. Gowrie (2:45). At Radcliffe: Grand Junction vs. Radcliffe (2:45); Union vs. Gilbert (9); Huxley vs. Clemons (10:30); Hudson vs. Gilman (1:15). At Norway: Norway vs. Tortd- ville (2:45); Wheatland vs. Dysart (9); Quasqueton vs. Calamas (10:30); Oakv'ille vs. Morley (1:15). At Monona: Monona vs. Readlyn (2:45); St. Lucas (St. Lukes) vs. Colesburg (9); Vandalia vs. Bellevue (St. Joseph's) 10:30); New Albin vs. Edgewood (1:15). At Masscna: Massena vs. Wau- kec (2:45); bye vs. Council Bluffs (St. Francis); Truro vs. Carson (11); Persia vs. Diagonal (1:15). At Anthon: Merrill vs. Storm Lake (St. Mary's) (9); Vale (St. Ann's) vs. Castana (10:30); Quimby vs. Anthon (2:45); Newell vs. Hull (1:15). served notice he's ready to alternate in the same spot. Quarterback Chris Demos scored 2 of the touchdowns and had 4 runs in the game of 10, 14, 22 and 29 yards. Gar Bieber, Bud Quinley, Stephan and Paul Birch got the other counters. Bieber was again a firebrand at left half and Quinley ran hard for his top performance to date. Bieber Scores Trojan interference was intense with, crisp downfield blocking helping to shake runners loose. This was apparent from the opening scoring thrust. Two plays covered 59 of the 65 yards. Demos, with Bill Fields, Bob Stoyles and Dick Roark throwing up a wall in front of him, cavorted 29 and 3 plays later Bieber scored. He maneuvered 30 yards through a broken field, finally cutting back all alone to the left to score. Emmetsburg got the ball for 4 plays before the Trojans came calling at their door again. A poor punt bounded backwards, hardly ahead of the line of scrimmage on the Jay hawk 33. Demos went 9 and Bieber made a first on the 6 with a 14-yard jab. Demos went over on the 3rd play, on a fake hancloff. There was no goal line action in the 2nd quarter. End Dick Furleigh stopped the Jayhawks b</i* effort when he flung Cliff Kenney for a 12-yard loss on the Mason City 40. Little Hawks Show Power in 2nd Half By HOBERT DUNCAN, JR. Iowa City—A determined Iowa City high school football crew smashed to 3 second half touchdowns here Friday night to crush the Mason City Mohawks' victory hopes 20-14 before an overflow crowd in a viciously contested, injury infested game. The Mohawks, who dropped their 3rd contest in 4 starts this season, seemed relatively secure with a 7-0 halftime lead as the Mohawk defense effectively parried the Offensive thrusts of the Little Hawks, but Iowa City came back in the 2nd half with a storming rain of deception and power to post the win. Mohawks Best First Half Mason City definitely outplayed the host club in the first half, chalking up 68 yards rushing as compared to 35 yards from scrimmage ammassed by the unbeaten Hawklets. However in the, 2nd half, the complexion of the game was radically altered with Iowa City compiling 134 yards to Mason City's 27. The statistical report of the 2nd half reflects the general tone of play in the 3rd and 4th periods. City High added 3 touchdowns, 2 by Bob Kacena. unheralded 133- pound halfback, while the Mohawks were ineffectually trying to puncture the staunch Hawklet defense which had stiffened and improved from the lethargy it had exhibited in the first half. In the first quarter,, play resolved to mid-field skirmishes and sparrings with neither club gaining a well defined advantage until the closing seconds when a pass play—Bill Oglesby to Chuck Murr—covered 41 yards and put the visitors on the City High 8- yard stripe. North Iowa Football Charles City Comets Race Past Osage 32-0 Charles City—The Charles City Comets drubbed Osage 32-0 here Friday night in a Northeast Iowa conference game , after pulling into a 19-0 lead by halftime. John Jermier went 3 yards in the first period, Myron Ziebarth a yard in the 2nd and John Leary 7 yards in the same period for touchdowns to build up the halftime margin. Dean Meyers counted from the 4- yard stripe in the 4th.and Wayne Vanderlan passed to Breckenridge covering 29 yards for the final tally. George McGuire, Charley Kathan and Marlow Comisky played the best ball for the losers. Webster City Lynx Stop Hampton 23-12 Webster City The Webster ManlyY Railroaders Flatten Greene 33-6 Greene — Manly ran to a 33-6 victory over Greene here Friday night for its 2nd Corn Bowl loop win in 3 tries. The Railroaders scored in every quarter and got a pair of markers in the 3rd. The invaders converted Greene fumbles into touchdowns twice in the first half. Bill Benjegerdes, left tackle, fell on the ball in the end zone for one of the scores. Charles Arendts went over from the 2 in the 3rd and Ben Lake scored on a reverse. Greene counted on a pass, Bob Weiss to Wayne Miller, in the 3rd. LeRoy Dunn, Manly's hard driving 180-pound soph fullback, stood out with his all-round play. Terry Shook, defensive center, was the Greene defensive star. City Lynx continued on the upgrade here Friday night paced by some great kicking by Merlyn McConnell to give the Hampton. Bulldogs their first defeat, 23-12 in a North Central conference game. The Lynx got a safety in the first period and scored a touchdown in the 2nd quarter on a pass from Haack to McConnell. Hampton made an 80 yard march in the 3rd period with Paul Schipper cracking the line to score. Gene Twedt scored for the winners from the 6 and Dick Bell raced 32 yards for the final Webster City touchdown. With one minute to go, Dean Botts passed to Dwight Harrison for the final Hampton score. Kephart Scores From there, Gordon Clark Belmond Broncos Beat Buffalo Center 20-0 , Belmond—The Belmond Broncos got back in the race in the North Iowa conference here Friday night by spilling the Buffalo Center Bison 20-0. The win was the 3rd for Belmond in 4 games and marked the first setback for the Iowa Falls Cadets Trip Clear Lake 26-6 Iowa Falls—The Iowa Falls Cadets pulled a mild upset here Friday night by tagging the Clear Lake Lions .with their first defeat of the season 26-6 in a North Central conference game. Vance Lyon cracked the line to give the Cadets a 6-0 halftime edge. Dean Schuler went 35 yards off tackle for the 2nd Iowa Falls touchdown, Tom Schalk covered 25 yards for the 3rd score and Lyon scored again at the end of the game. John Monaghen scored the lone marker for the invaders on a short run. ELLSWORTH BALL CLUB POSTS 25-0 VICTORY Iowa Falls—The Ellsworth college baseball team defeated the Grand View college team at Iowa Falls Thursday afternoon 25-0. Ellsworth chalked up 12 runs in the 6th inning. Gene Hackbarth and Wendell Eike held the losers hitless. The Des Moines club committed 10 errors. R. H. E. Grand V. 000 000 00— 0 0 10 Ellsworth 202 1263 Ox—25 16 0 BENDIX RENT ONE $1.25 PER WEEK M. H. & B. Inc. Maraton-Hnsletler And Brown Beiirilx Dealer Since 1IKI8 22-24 First S. E. Phone 1488 Marti's recovery of a loose ball in the 3rd set up one of the finest runs of the night. Stephan chopped off 3 and then spun through the middle and over from the 25 with tacklers converging from everywhere but unable to do more than enjoy the ride. That made it 18-0 going int<Tthe 4th when Emmetsburg became air conscious. The Jayhawks discarded their running game completely and inaccurate throwers got them into continual trouble. Interceptions Payoff Dallas picked one out of the air on the 34 and grounded on the 27. Quinley racked up marker No. 4 after 8 plays. One of the latter smashed to the 2-yard marker. Oglesby punched to within 1 yard of pay dirt on the next play, and on the first play of the 2nd stanza, Glen Kephart pushed his way into the end zone. Dale Bartusek added the extra point for a 7-0 Mohawk lead which stood until the 3rd stanza. The Little Hawks' rejuvinated offense fashioned a sustained drive to start the 3rd quarter which culminated when Kacena went over from the 2-yard line after the Hawklets had driven down the field from the kickoff. The conversion attempt was unsuccessful and the Mohawks clung to a 7-6 margin. Pass to Murr Clicks The. Mohawks rallied to offensive life once again midway in this same period. Ogiesby took a hand off on the Iowa City 35-yard line, faked a running play, and then arched a completed pass to Murr deep in City High.territory on the 5. On the next play, Kephart lunged into the end zone and Bartusek once again added the extra point for a'Mason City lead 14-6. Kacena again sparked the revived City High attack late in the 3rd stanza by a sparkling, twisting, driving charge of 45 yards through a host of Mason City defenders to the end zone. Larry Leeme's conversion was good to reduce the deficit, 14-13. With 44 minutes 'remaining in the ball game, Dave Homewood, a reserve back, gathered in Oglesby's boot on the City High 40- yard line and ran it back to the Bison in 4 starts. Right halfback Jack R i g g s counted on runs of 20 and 35 yards and Keith Greenfield went 5 yards for another Bronco touchdown. Duane Trager, tackle, was a standout in the line for the winners with Audrey Verio and Bob Burger, both backs, played the best for the losers. Nashua Rolls 40-13 Against Nora Springs Nora Springs—Jim Connor and Hod Bigelow raced to 2 touchdowns apiece to lead the Nashua Brownies over Nora Springs 40-13 here Friday night in a Corn Bowl loop encounter. It gave the winners a 2-0 loop mark and the Orioles a 1-2 rating. Connors took off for 65 yards on each of his excursions to pay- dirt. Bigelow ran 50 for one marker. Connor ran the 4 extra points for the Brownies who led 20-6 at the half. Bob Buehler scored both Nora Springs TDs on passes from Lynn Reams. Forest City Indians Defeat Garner 24-0 Forest City—The Forest City was a first down "by fumble" I Mohawk 2 from where Kenny Bears, Cards Clash in Sunday Pro Feature New York, (/P)—The National football league's 2 Chicago powers, the Cardinals and Bears, clash at Comiskey park Sunday in one of the most important games of the young professional season. The rival All-America conference vies for the day's spotlight with a game at Cleveland between the champion Browns and the Los Angeles Dons. Four games are on the schedule—2 in each of the big, feuding circuits. In the other National league game, the Lost Angeles Rams invade Green Bay to play the Packers, who will be under new tutelage for the first time in 28 years. Curly Lambeau only this week gave up the Green Bay coaching reins to his 3 assistants. The 2nd All-America game sends the winless Baltimore Colts against Buffalo's Bills at Buffalo. Two games were played Friday night, one in each league. In the AAC the San Francisco 49crs won their 4th game in 5 starts, beating the Chicago Hornets 42-24. In the National league, the New York Giants scored their first triumph of the season, turning back their Polo Ground guests, the New York Bulldogs 38-14. It was which Dave Colbertson recovered on the 3. Another interception in midfield started the 5th drive, Demos clipped off 22 yards of it and finally hit from the 2 on a cutback. John Wilch, a reserve back, went 32 yards to the visitors 8 to ready the final tally. Penalties set the Trojans back to the 15 from where Harold Rucker drilled a perfect pitch to Birch over the goal. Trojan extra points were conspicuously absent. Alvin Albertus and Wendell Stevens missed on tries by boot. Quinley ran the one good one, on a pitchout identical to his touchdown trek seconds before. Marti for the 2nd straight week was a defensive dynamo to watch. Dick Roark, seeing heavy action for the first time, was a tackle standout along with Fields and Ross Utt. Bill Hufford, 200-pound fullback, and Joe Dirkx were the Jayhawk mainstays on offense, Duane Reynolds and John Leduc on de- defense. Dick Donovan, pass catching end, and Left Halfback Howard Stephanson were out with injuries. SUMMARY Score by quarters: MASON CITY .1. C. .. 1i <1 0 1!) ;j; EMSIETSBURG .1. C. .. 0 II 0 0— It Mason City First dmvn.s l!l Net yds. from scrimmage 3!I7 Forward pasties ^flemptcd (> the Bulldog's back. 2nd straight set- MONTREAL, INDIANAPOLIS IN LITTLE WORLD SERIES Montreal, (fP) — The Montreal Royals and Indianapolis Indians meet here Saturday night in the opening game of the Little World Scries. The Royals arc 8-to-5 favorites to take their 2nd straight post-season classic of the triple-A circuits. Last year, the International leaguers whipped St. Paul of the American Association, Mmmcts- hurff 4 Completed passes '£ Passes intercepted by ... -I Yards completed passes . H Punt average !((), Yards lost penalties 40 THE PLAYERS MASON CITY Ends—Hathaway, Patter, Nulling, Fur- Moravcc, Birch. Vll, Roark, Casey, Tackles — Fields, Saunder*. Guards—Sloylcs, Colbertson, Kimball, Brictson, Janssrn. Centers—Marti. Nichols. Hacks — Demos, nieber, Kloberdanz, Slephan, Quinley, Seldel, Dallas, Rucker, Albertus, Stevens, Wllch, Donnelly. EMMETSBURG Ends—Reynolds, Hennlck, LeDuc, ILisse, Baker. Tackles—Tbacker, Cowans, Grothman, Knudxon, Carney. Guard*—Baumunk, Ash by, Winters. Centers—Bell, Ohrlinan. Backs—Kenney, Forclyce, Dirk, Hufford, Stowell, Porter. Officials — Referee, Luther; umpire, For.tliinri; head linesman, Olson. FIGHT RESULTS Ity the Associated Press Philadelphia—Ike Williams, i:i!l'i. Trenton, N. .1.. outpointed Dour Ratford. till, New York, 10 (non-title). Lew Jenkins, IHIt, Sweelwaler, Texas, outpointed Kddle Glosa, l:i!i, IMitl.iilelphla, 10. Chicago—Beau .lark, 111, Augusta, Ga,, outpointed Llvio Mlneill, 117, Italy, HI. Hay went over with the game winning marker. Leeme added the conversion for the 20-14 winning margin. SUMMARY Score by quarters: MASON CITY IOWA CITY 077 n—1-1 0 0 13 7_'JO Mason Iowa City City in First downs Net yds. from scrimmage !)."» Forward passes attempted JO Jl Completed passes 4 •_• Pass interceptions 1 •_' Yards completed passes . !)t '17 ' Punt average -H SK Yards lost penalties <>3 "."> THE PLAYERS MASON CITY Ends—Rodgers, Murr, I>. Miller, Clark. Tackles—Biedcrmann, Bartujck, Brandan, Ballicrra. Guards—F. Miller, Maccr, DeVary, Kicstcr. Centers—Postma, Parker. Backs—Van Every, Oglesby, Kephart, Klnng, Burns, Patterson. IOWA CITY Ends—Fry, Fenton, Freeman, Grandrath. Tackles—Kerf, Forwald. Lemme. Guards—Kupka, Meeker, Frey. Centers—Frantz, Kotzenmeyer, Dunlop, Toenniges. Backs— liny, Kacena, Lind, Krall, Hill, Davis, Shite, Duncan, Moore, Homewood. Indians kept their slate clean .in North Iowa conference play here Friday night by beating the Garner Cardinals 24-0. Eddie Fox scored the first 2 toucHdowns for the Forest City club on plunges for. a 12-0 halftime edge. . In the last half, Jack Soderling went 35 yards for an Indian score and Rodney Hill put the capper on the scoring by racing 55 yards for a score. Aigona Passes Top Eagle Grove 25-0 Eagle Grove—The Eagle Grove Eaglets, heavily outweighed in the line, fell before the Aigona Bulldogs 25-0 here Friday night in a North Central conference game. Gary McDonald was the big gun for the winners with his passing. In the 2nd quarter he passed to Ray Ross for 20 yards and Ross then went 40 yards to score for a 6-0 halftime margin. A McDonald to Ross pass covered 25 yards and Ross went another 32 for the 2nd Aigona touchdown. McDonald hit Ross on a 25-yard heave for the 3rd score and McDonald flipped to Arlen Briggs for 30 yards to complete the scoring. Cresco, New Hampton Battle to 0-0 Tie New Hampton — The Cresco Spartans and New Hampton Chicks played to a 7-7 tie here Friday night in a Northeast Iowa conference game. Klingle of Cresco ran 55 yards through center on the first play of the game and Bob Waller scored on the 3rd play with a pass being good for the conversion. Ray Ball ran 6 yards in the 4th quarter for the New Hampton score after a 60-yard drive and he plunged for the extra'point. Livermore Scores 46-6 Triumph Over Dows Live rm o r e—The Livermore high school football team won its 3rd eame of the season here Friday night by drubbing Dows 46-6. The ~ \vinners were in front 26-0 at halftime. The lone score for Dows came in the final period on a plunge by Holmes. Livermore's final touchdown was the feature play of the game. Quarterback Wayne Vaudt took the kickoff 37 yards and lateraled to Fullback Skip Davis who covered the remaining distance for the score. It was the 3rd touchdown of the game for Davis. Quarterback Bridges and Fullback Schroeder played the best ball for the outmanned visitors. Riceville Captures 6-0 Victory Over Rockford Riceville—The Riceville Wildcats broke a winless string of 2 years' duration here Friday night by beating last season's Corn Bowl champs, Roc' ford, 6-0. The winners outgained the losers 239 yards to 143 and outdowned the visitors 15 to 12. After a scoreless first half, Keith Mclnroy broke loose for a 35-yard touchdown jaunt. Rockford threatened late in the game to move to the 2-yard line but a fumble went into the end zone and Riceville recovered. Dick Larson, tackle, Eldon Groth, guard, and Jim Larson, center, played good games in the Riceville line while Halfback Bill Fuller ton and Fullback Avery Milloy looked best for Rockford. Swea City Trojans Beat Grenada 32-24 Swea City —Swea City defeated the Grenada, Minn., gridders 3224 here Friday night for their 2nd win of the season. Don Koons, who scored 3 touchdowns, got 2 of them in the last 5 minutes of play for the Trojan victory. Swea City had trailed at halftime 1G-13. Montgomery was a standout on defense for the winners. Clarion Gains 13-6 Win From Humboldt Clarion—The Clarion Cowboys, after a 7-0 first half, defeated the Humboldt Wildcats 13-6 here Friday night in a North Central conference football game. Just before the first half ended, George Mechem passed to Bob Banwell for a Clarion score. Humboldt counted a touchdown in the 4th period but Clarion came back with another TD to ice the game. Northwood Vikings Stay in Undefeated Ranks Lake Mills—The Northwood Vikings ran into stiffer opposition than expected but maintained their undefeated record through 4 games by beating Lake Mills 13-0 here Friday night. 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