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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, October 1, 1949
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Frosh Squad Report for Drills at Iowa Teachers Cedar Falls—One of the largest, if not the largest, freshmen football squads in the history of Iowa State Teachers college is practicing daily on the Panther gridiron. Under the tutelage of Coaches Don Barnhart and Dave McCuskey, the frosh squad numbers 68. iJTifty-five are from Iowa. • V In pre-war years, the freshman squad usually numbered about 40. In 1940 there were 42 candidates and in 1941 there were 33. The frosh have been eligible for competition in the North Central conference since the war until this fall. No games have been scheduled for the freshman gridders although several may be carded. Members of the squad are: Don : irstAmateur Boxing Card Slated at Armory on Oct. 13 Bailey, Osage; Don Bisgrove, Clear Lake; Lou Gohnsack, Manning; Harold 'Bond, Chicago, 111.; CJleen B o v e y, Waterloo; Mark. Bumgardner, Charles City; Paul Carney, Cedar Rapids; Ed Ceilley, Cedar Falls; Bob Clark, Park Ridge, 111.; Gerald Cohn, Waterloo; John Cory, Coon Rapids; Gennaro Cucci and Vic Custardo, Melrose Park, 111. David Darsee, Martelle; Joe Dietz; Cedar Rapids; Clyde Dilley, •Rochester, Minn.; Floyd Evans, Elma; Edmund Ewoldt, Wai: Lake; Melvin Frerichs, Steamboa 1 Rock; Robert Friedrichsen, Danbury. Phillip Harder, Missouri Valley Gale Hawhee, Bedford; Harolc Hester, Earlham; Keith Hixson Waterloo; John Hollingsworth Waterloo; Joseph Hulne, Grundy .Center; DeWayne Irvin, Finch', ford; Mahlon Kaylor, West Chi- j|| cago, 111.; Kenneth Kelling, EagL Grove; Tommy Kubik, Toledo. Thomas Leehey, Chicago, 111. John Loftus, Tama; Howard Mad sen, Exira; George Magrane, Ot tumwa; George Maher, Red Oak Fred Meyer, Galva; Jim Miller "Waterloo; Lavern Miller, Man .etterwinners of 25 Years Ago Will Be Guests at Iowa State Ames, (—Major Letter-winners at Iowa State college in the 1924-25 school year will be guests vith the football team of 1949 at he homecoming smoker at Iowa State college Oct 14. The smoker s an annual event sponsored by lie alumni association. Jim Pickford, Cedar Rapids, general student chairman for rlomecoming, said events of the weekend will include a barbecue Friday evening; Homecoming dances both Friday and Saturday nights, and homecomers will be served coffee and doughnuts in the Memorial Union after the game. The Iowa State carillon will sound a 30 minute concert after the game. Iowa State plays Kansas State in the homecoming game at Clyde Williams field. Chester; Richard Miles, Colfax; Ronald Moon, Mononaj Maurice McAninch, Rolfe. Larry Nagel, Manchester; Bernard Nanke, Cedar Falls; Ronald Nehls, Charles City; Duane Newton, Rudd; William Paulsen, Chicago Heights, 111.; Robert Peterson, Cedar Rapids; Wendell Petty Newell; Jack Pitstick, Rockwell City; Ray Porter, Des Moines. Clayton Rabedeaux, Winfield Charles Richardson, Ames; Gene Rima, Postville; Keith Schantz Red Oak; Gene Seger, Pocahontas Anthony Simkus, Chicago, 111. •Jerry Stark, Cedar Rapids; Steve Stevens", Grundy Center; Willi Stittsworth, Walker, Minn.; Tom Swensen, Lake Mills. Jim Wachenheim, Chicago, 111. Bill Wolter, Des Plaines, 111.; Don aid Zwald, Ogden; Robert Watson Des Moines; Bob Way, Eldora Bill Weick, Chicago. Amateur boxing cards again will held in the armory in Mason City and the first slate of bouts vill be held on Oct. 13. The bouts will be operated by he Rockwell Athletic Association and 7 boxers already are working out to be in good shape for the opening card. K. Sinnard of Rockwell will be in charge of the jouts and he is interested in get- ing more prospective boxers in North Iowa lined up for the fights. Any boxers interested are requested to contact Sinnard at Rockwell so preparations for training can be made. A workout room will be opened n the basement of the Park Inn hotel in Mason City and a time schedule set up for workouts. The opening card will match ooxers from North Iowa and those ;howing up best will be organized into a team to meet other amateur boxing teams from throughout the state in cards, both in Mason City and out of town, during the winter season. Springfield Franchise Bought; May Move to Cedar Rapids Bus Chartered for Teachers-North Dakota Grid Game on Oct. 15 Iowa State Teachers college football fans will charter a 37- passenger bus from Mason City for the North Dakota U.-Tutor game at Cedar Falls, Oct. 15. The Noclak encounter will be played under the lights at Latham field and will be an important North Central conference game for the defending champion Tutors. The round trip transportation costs will be $2. Reservations should be made as soon as possible by calling the Y. M. C. A., 3100, or Superintendent Lawrence Shepoiser's office, 650. New York, (ff>) — So you think the Yankees and Red S.ox are having a close pennant race? . . . You're right, but 'take a look back to 1904 when the Red Sox and the New York Highlanders were having the same kind of tussle . . . The facts and figures are by courtesy of Historian Ernie Lanigan. Two Strong Weeks On Sept. 25, 1904, the Highlanders led the Red Sox in percentages, .619 to .615. . . The next afternoon New York lost a doubleheader to Cleveland, and Boston, with Bill Dinneen and Cy Young pitching, took 2 games from Detroit to go ahead . . . The Highlanders whittled that to one game on the 27th and regained the lead on the 29th by beating Detroit while Boston lost to Cleveland ... On Oct. 2 they came out even with .610 averages, but the Red Sox, who had played more games, went ahead the next day by 1 point and stayed there until they met the Highlanders on Oct. 7 ... Then Jack Chesbro outpitched Gibson 3-2 and the Highlanders took a half-game lead. The next afternoon the Red Sox whipped their rivals in a doubleheader, 13-2 and 1-0, with Dinneen and Young again pitching. . . . The oddity here was that the games, originally scheduled for New York, were played in Boston because Owner Frank Farrell had rented the Highlanders' park to Columbia for a football game. . . . And Chesbro, who was the first game loser, was not supposed to make the trip bul was taken along when he showec Hawk Frosh Grid Squad of 114 at Work Iowa City—A freshman football squad of 114 players now is at work under the direction of Leonard Raffensperger, University of Iowa freshman coach. Raffensperger, assisted by "Waddy" Davis, Jim Cozad and John Tedore, has started to teach the youngsters the fundamentals of the owa style of play. This is the roster with a few additions expected later: Jerry Anderson, Iowa City; Marvin Anderon, Shenandoah; Bill Baehr, Des Moines; Bob Bain, Davenport; Uerald Balloun, West Branch; Trank Barile, Newton; Francis 3easley, Iowa City; Jake Beeson, Milwaukee, Wis.; Bernard B e n- ictt, Mason City; Russell Block, Harlan; William Block, Rockwell City; Don Bjork, Albert City; Jim 3roadstone, Cedar Rapids, Don Brattebo, Story City; Charles Bris- :ol, Corydon; Jerry Boddenhagen, Marshall town; Burt Britzmann, Hawarden; 'Jack Broms, Estherville; Rudy Bukich, St. Louis, Cedar Rapids, (/P)—Adam Pratt, owner of the Cedar Rapids baseball club, Friday announced purchase of the Three-I baseball league' franchise operated by Springfield, 111., thp last 4 years. Pratt said he would ask Three-I directors for permission to move the franchise to Cedar Rapids. He did not disclose the amount paid for the franchise. Pratt said ha whether he had could not say polled Three-I Joe Cronin as manager of the Red Sox, pinch hit fj homeruns during the 1943 season American league record. for an ent goes FAUXAF? pleases so many people ft now -''.': . *•• AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING POPULAR-PRICED BEER PREMIUM QUALITY BEER O1949, FALSTAFF BREW1NO CORP., ST. LOUIS •' OMAHA • NEW ORLEANS Dana X. Bible l/itivtrstty of Texa» j"We in the Southwest look on the> REGISTER'S PEACH sports section as the only truly national sports coverage. No other outside newspaper shows the interest in all Southwest sports that the REGISTER does. For 'sports news from everywhere, I IlUa the REGISTER." Frank Leahy I'nlvefttty of Noire Dam* "Big Peach coverage of football Is as fine and extensive a job as Is done anywhere In the country, and I consider myself fortunate to be one of your subscribers.!' AMERICA'S FINEST SPORTS SECTION SAY COACHES FROM COAST-TO-COAST HOWITZER PICTURES DIAGRAMMED PICTURES Lynn 0, Waldorf Unlvenlly of California "Congratulations on your PEACH sports' section. It has proved to be one of the nation's outstanding sports sections and provides a great lift to sports not only in your community, but throughout the country." Eddie Anderson University of Iowa '"I certainly am one booster for the Sunday Register Peach section. I think it Is one of the most complete sports sections in the country. I enjoy every bit of it ... the detailed coverage of big games throughout the country and the coverage given football throughout the state of Iowa." 10 PAGES NEXT SUNDAY MORE SCORES, MORE PICTURES, MORE DETAILED coverage arc yours in the BIG PEACH. Staff writers and photographers travel more than 75,000 miles each season for on-the-spot reporting of top games, 29,000 miles by piano alono. It's the finest Job of football reporting In the country. Reach for the Peach Every Sunday in the ORDER NOW! For home delivery call 895 or order from any newsdealer. up at the station. They didn't Mo.. play Oct. 9, but on the 10th, the last game of the season, the Red Sox clinched the pennant by beating New York 3-2 in the opener of a doubleheader with, Dinneen again outpitching Chesbro. And if you think it wasn't pretty good baseball, out of 28 games played by the . contending teams in that stretch, 11 were shutouts L,iHe a Toneff Brick Once during the Indiana-Notre Dame football game, last week, an Indiana blocker managed to bring down Bob Toneff, Notre Dame's 240-pound tackle, with a resounding crash. ... It was such an unusual happening that when the Hoosiers huddled again Fullback Milan Sellers, a high school teammate of Toneff, asked: "Who did that?" . . . There was a pause, then 185-pound, 5-foot-9 Danny Thomas, Indiana's smallest spoke up: "I did, but I had to kinda leap at him." Cleaning the Cuff Major league financial note: National League Prexy Ford C. Frick had to borrow a quarter from a newspaperman to toss it for the playoff site ceremony Thursday. Well, you can't flip folding money. Holstein; Bill Levy, Atlantic Highlands, N. J.; Bill Loseii, Dncorah; Gordon. Luedke, Hartley; Roger Pacific games for each school. Don Chelf, West Liberty; Sam Christensen, Ringsted; Jim Cilek, Iowa City; Jerry Clark, Glidden; Jim Cook, Delmar; Del Corbin, Council Bluffs; Bill Creger, Truro; David Crumley, Iowa City; Dick Donohue, New Hampton; Walter Donahue, Monroe; Jim Doornink, Orange City; Dusty Dostal, Cedar Rapids; Al Elder, Marshalltown; Dan Exline, Centerville; John Fergeson, Cedar Rapids; Bert Field, Decorah; Charles Fulton, Cedar Rapids; Clyde Gardner, Newton; Earnie Gilson, Guthrie Center; Ted Godfrey, Knoxville; Daryl Gordon, Lake City. Earl Hamers, Carroll; Francis Harney, Iowa City; Jim Harvey, Britt; Don Heaton, Council Bluffs; Paul Herman, Tampa, Fla.; Jack Hess, Des Moines; Gene Hettrick, Iowa City; Jerry Hilgenberg, Wilton Junction; John Hlavacek, Cedar Rapids; Ray Holder, Mason City, John Hoth, Postville; Jim Howard, Burlington; Roy Hutch - inson, Ft. Dodge; Dan Jacobs, Marengo; Richard Jacobson, Story City; Jim Johnson, Decorah; Conrad Jones, Des Moines; Don Jones, Davenport. Bob Keefe, Cleveland, Ohio; Tom Kelly, Qsagre; Paul Kemp, Waterloo; Robert King, Iowa City; Paul Klink, Gladbrook; Jack Knowles, Spencer; Bill Knuckles, Centerville; Robert Koehler, Dubuque; Obie Koprivica, St. Louis, Mo.; Edward Kuntz, Brooklyn; Jack Lasley, Red Oak; Jack Leinbaugh, Holstein; Lyle Leinbaugh, directors to see if the franchise could be moved but he added: "I didn't buy it for the purpose of operating a club in Springfield I bought it to operate in Cedar Rapids." Pratt probably will meet with Three-I directors in December. Replacing Springfield, Cedar Rapids would join these clubs in the class B loop: Waterloo, Iowa Davenport, Iowa, Terre Haute Ind., Evansville, Ind., Danville 111., Decatur, 111., and Quincy, 111. Cedar Rapids finished 4th in the class C Central Association the past season. Departure of Cedar Rapids from the Central Association would leave Clinton, Iowa, Burlington, Iowa, Keokuk, Iowa and Kewanee, 111., in that loop, Rockford, 111., a 5th member, was supported by the league as a road club the latter part of the season. Dubuque, Iowa, and Ottumwa, Iowa, have been mentioned as Central Association possibilities. All 3 Conference Tilts at Iowa City May Be Sellouts Iowa City—If you're planning on watching the University of Iowa in Big Ten football competition at Iowa City this fall, you'd better hurry with those ticket orders, Frank Havlicek, athletic business manager, has warned. "We could sell out any, and maybe all 3, conference games here this season," Havlicek asserted after watching the stimulation of ticket sales brought on by Iowa's showing against U. C. L. A. Reserved seat tickets on both sides of the field are still available for all games, he declared but warned prospective purchasers to get in orders as soon as possible. Ticket-buyers for the Illinois game Oct. 8 should get their orders in this week so that the tickets will reach them in time he said. The other 2 conference games to be played in Iowa City are the Oct. 15th Homecoming game with Indiana and the Oct. 22nd -Northwestern game. Last game on the home schedule is with Oregon Sept. 30, . 1949 13-A Mason Cily Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Ift. Oct. 29. Tickets for the Oregon ;ame are more plentiful than for he 3 conference contests, accord- ng to Havlicek. Bowling ELKS BOWLING STANDINGS W. L. Pel. ioyer Hardware 8 1' .NHfl Texaco fi 3 .OM Sweetheart Bread n .1 .(i<i7 Phillips "C«" 3 0 .83H United Financial Service ... 3 1 .2?-i Iowa Hardware Mutuals .... 'I ^ •-'''ELKS BOWLING RESULTS Won 1st 2nd 3rd H.C, Tot. United U 035 (HO 070 511) 2505 Texaco » H07 »40 857 ,HOO Bub Ikenberry IBO: Ed Sprengler 5B3. Phillips "BO" . 1 845 804 834 210 2fli»!» Boycr Ildwc. . 2 812 873 889 120 208-t John Neidermeyer 222; Blng Torpln 017. Sweetheart Br. f 3 851 070 701 3S7 2SOO Iowa Hardware Mutual—Forfeit. Nell Plopper 180; 481). WOMEN'S CITY BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd H.C. Tot. Johnston's Fl.. 8 072 000 501 ... l!>23 Hermanson's . 1 500 GOG 6D3 120 1870 M. Yeiek 178, 431. Iowa Tea ... 0 R07 Oil 022 Betsy Ross M. Wolske M. C. Appl. Zenor's, Inc Lundherg's Sweetheart F. Sanbtrg 102, 434. a 033 070 048 ICG, 458. .. 1 2 084 077 044 731 G22 lilW L. Hackba t lt>i; V. Wall 4«t. 0 OGO 204 •A 070 010 080 736 ... 1840 6G 2023 80 2038 ... 2107 ... 1SI13 27 BUS K. OF C. BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 5nd 3rd H.C. Tot. 054 408 24I)X «7« 277 2343 Knights & Daze 3 702 044 700 681 Prex. Shop ... 0 Gaspera 233, 61)1. Al & Dick's .. 1 724 G4G 067 423 2400 Kllpto 2 (US 742 703 SCO 2508 R. Nelson 200; Ed Bernemann 524. Hovel! Imp. . 2 700 821) 70!) 282 252!) Carolina Groc. 1 018 772 7!)5 108 2S83 M. Hovell 215; C. LaVille 51(1. Grefe's Tav. . 1 053 791 754 300 2558 Coca-Cola ... 2 782 080 784 372 2(118 W. Sweet 188, 500. 0 703 726 7(!8 354 710 712 780 405 hi Sale Royal Crown J. Blake 174, 402, 2551 2013 The Sugar Bowl sports carnival will offer a tennis tourney, Dec. 28-30 with 16 top amateurs competing. PRIZES n • FDRD'S $100,000 I PRITCHARD MOTOR Luedke, Hartley; Jack McKinney, Davenport; Dan Maher, Iowa City; John Malone, Dallas Center; Ronald Miller, Elgin, 111.; George Myers, DeKalb, 111.; Bill Naef, Muscatine; Dud Noble, Ft. Madison; Carl Olson, Osage; Jim Pilkington, Red Oak. Donald Pospishal, Cedar Rapids; Wilfred Quinn, Clearfield; Harold Reister, Sioux City; Ralph Richman, Dubuque; Bob Sabel, Sioux CJty; John Sarnsela, Chicago, 111.; Don Shum, Shenandoah; Jack Sievers, Arlington, Va.; Bill Skaife, Dubuque; Pete Spanjers, Milbank, S. Dak.; Jack Stiebel, St. Louis, Mo.; Tony Strange, Seymour; Ivan Strangl, Carroll; Rollin Swanson, Clear Lake; Don Swartzendruber, Wellman; L. E. Thayer, Storm Lake; Ray Treadway, Harlan; Carl Turk, Mason City, Harold Victor, Ackley; Virgil Von Ahsen, Williamsberg. Pete Van Oosterhout, Orange City; Kenneth Weber, Hartley; Bernard Westfall, Lone Tree; Charles Wheeler, Des Moines; Jack Willett, Oelwein; Marvin Worthen, Ft. Madison; Harold Wright, Centerville; Clayton Yoder, Iowa City; Russell Zimmerman, St. Louis, Mo. AUCTION NORTHWOOD SALES CO. NORTHWOOD, IOWA Mon., Oct 3 1 P. M. 5 Brood Sows, to Farrow Soon. These are good ones, long-time vaccinated. Also good assortment of First Calf Heifers, Milk Cows, Butcher Cows, Veal Calves and Stockers. Furniture: G. M. Refrigerator Gas Stove Radio-Phono. Comb. Davenport & Chair Library Table End Table Kitchen Table Cupboard Rug Rocking Chair Miscellaneous: Guitar 2-Wheel Trailer Humboldt Stalk Cutter 1940 Ford, Good Condition LUND SALES BARN Monday, Oct. 3 Sale Starts Promptly at 8 P. M. AH classes of cattle sold actively last week. There is an increased interest in all classes of stock. The demand for springing cows as well as dairy heifers is also good, although fat cows and bulls are some lower. Top on veal calves was $27.50 last week. We have a very active sale ors all classes of hogs, especially piggy sows and feeder pigs. We sold a good number of feeder lambs last week at top market price. For this week's sale we will sell 35 choice 2 to 4 year old ewes. Bring in all classes of livestock to meet a ready market here. At Our Sale This Week A Five-Horse Single Phase Motor GIVE US A TRIAL GERALD WOHLER I Auctioneer and Manager Residence Phone 282-J4 Barn Phone 3758 MR. FARMER- PROTECT VALUABLE MACHINERY Hot Pennant- Chase on KGLO Play-by-Play BROOKLYN vs. PHILLIES Half Inning Reports on YANKEES vs. RED SOX and on CARDS vs. CUBS Saturday 2:30 P. M. Sunday 2:00 P. M. DIAL 1300 KGLO-FM—-101.1 Ashland, Coached by Ross Anderson, Breaks 10-Year Losing Streak Ashland, Wis.—It's over! The streak is gone! Yes, Northland college of Ashland lias finally broken its long 10-year losing streak which has run since 1939 when the Lumberjacks downed Itasca J. C. of Col- araine, Minn. Last Saturday in Ashland, Northland downed a fighting Milton Wildcat eleven from. Milton, Wis., by a 14-6 margin. It was indeed a happy day for Head Coach Ross Anderson, who won his first football game in his young coaching carrer. Anderson took over the Jack's helm last season after graduating from the University of Iowa where he won 3 letters. Last season Anderson j began a rebuilding program and while he failed to win any games (his record was 0-5) he did install a system that finally paid off on Saturday. Northland lost their season's opener to St. Norbert's [ 54-0. Anderson was an all-state grid- dcr when he played at Mason City, Iowa. Those 14 points that were scored also broke a record. During the last 3 season's the Lumberjacks have been able to score only 12 points and those 12 came last season in separate games. Thus the 14 scored against Milton is 2 points more than were scored in the previous 2 campaigns combined. GH A *Ree. a. S. Pat. Off. STRONG DURABLE ALL-STEEL IROT-PROOFB Rust—not wear—is the greatest hazard to your farm equip* ment. A sturdy, weather-proof Quonset will protect your valuable machinery from winter weather ... provide a convenient place for off-season reconditioning, so that you art ready to "go" when spring rolls 'round. It's not too late for lis protection! Our trained erection crew can get your uonset up in a hurry. You can save 25% by erecting Your Own Quonset We furnish supervision on every building RECOMMENDED BY MANY SATISFIED OWNERS AS THE IDEAL FARM MACHINE SHED Easily Adaptable for Use as: Grain Storage, Livestock Shelter, Corn Storage OUR FIELD MAN WILL BE GLAD TO CONSULT WITH YOU REGARDING YOUR BUILDING REQUIREMENTS Pigeons Like Nuts Memphis, Tenn., (U.R)—The store manager was patting himself on the bnck over his new window display which had attracted a sizeable crowd. Then he noticed that a pigeon had Intruded and was eating up nuts in the window. •CUP THIS COUPON- 1 AM INTERESTED IN LEARNING FURTHER ADVANTAGES OF QUONSET BUILDINGS PLEASE HAVE YOUR FIELD MAN CALL ON ME, IT IS UNDERSTOOD THAT I AM NOT OBLIGATED IN ANY WAY BY THIS REQUEST. NAME ADDRESS (And Directions) North Iowa Steel Buildings, Inc. 226 19th St. S. W. Mason City, Iowa "West of Fairgrounds" Phone 1274

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