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_. 12-A Sept. 30, M "°" C»y Globe-Gazette, 1949 Clly. l a . High School Sports Trail By L. E. SKELLEY Des Moines, W>) — port Dodge invades West Waterloo Friday mght for a battle that will decide temporarily at least, the Big Six conference leadership. Each team has won one conference game The Dodgers, defending con- terence champs, are undefeated in 3 contests. They socked North Des Moines 25-6 in a Big Six game and went outside the loop tor victories over 2 Sioux City schools, Central Catholic and Central. Waterloo's conference win was « 25-6 triumph over Mason City. West has yet to win an undisputed title in the 9-year-old conference. It shared the 1947 crown. Fort Dodge has taken 2 championships and tied for another. * # -x- Manning hasn't defeated Carroll in a football game since 1927. The Bulldogs try again Friday night. But indications are that Carroll will continue its top- heavy dominance of the series. Coach Bill Steneker lost many of his 1948 stars and Manning's loss to Lake City indicates Bill has been unable to make comparable replacements. * * •&• The No. 1 attraction Friday night in the Hawkeye Seven conference is the Clarinda-Shenan- doab. clash at Shenandoah. Clarinda swamped Corning and Shenandoah stopped Creston in opening conference tests. Atlantic, undefeated in 2 league games, goes to last-place Corning Friday night. •ir 4r -Jr Ronnie Viets figured in all the scoring as his Maquoketa team edged Anamosa 13-12 last week as Maquoketa dedicated its new athletic field. With his team behind 12 points going into the last half, Ronnie became a hero by passing for a touchdown, tying the score with an 85-yard punt return' and passing for the extra point that won the thriller. •* * * Davenport is inaugurating "Dad's Night" in the game with McKinley of Cedar Rapids. School authorities plan to make the affair an annual event. . . . Ames, only undefeated team in the Central Iowa loop, plays Oskaloosa. . . . They say the Little Cyclones can't miss another championship. By CARL LUNDQTJIST New York, (U.R) — Four stouthearted pennant contenders—the Red Sox and Yankees, and the Dodgers and Cardinals — fought neck and neck Friday with championship playoffs a good bet in both leagues. And in the ebb and flow of hopes of the contending players for those World Series pay checks of $5,000 or more, those never- quit kids from Brooklyn in the National league and the battered but lion-hearted Yankees in the American were bare favorites to win out at the finish. The Dodgers, fresh from a stir- 3-Sport Garner Athlete Undergoes Arm Surgery , Garner—Garner athletic prospects took another jolt Thursday when Bernard Beers, Garner athlete participating, in basketball, baseball and football, submitted to surgery at the Mercy hospital in Mason City for a growth in his arm. High school authorities advise that Beers will be unable to participate in sports until late in the season and parhaps not until spring baseball. Beers, a backfield man on the football squad, is the 2nd veteran- lost to the squad. Peck, co-captain of this year's eleven, submitted, to an operation on his knee a short time ago and is also out for the season. Dodgers Win Pair to Take Both Pennant Races Go to Final Games ring 9-2 and 8-0 sweep of a doubleheader over last year's National League Champion Braves in Boston, took a half game lead over the suddenly faltering and jittery Cardinals, who dropped a 7-2 decision to the Pirates in Pittsburgh. Play 2nd Division Clubs In the> American league the Yankees and Hod Sox were in a first place deadlock ;>s both teams took on 2nd division opponents Friday in games that were postponed because of Thursday's rainy weather. The Yankees, only one of the 4 contenders winding up the pressure-packed season in their home park, took on the 5th-place Athletics, who will pitch Dick Fowler instead of their sore-armed righthander, Phil Marchildon, who was originally assigned the vital contest. Ed Lopat, an artful lefty, who had won 15 games, was Game Lead as Cards Lose Manager Casey Stengel's pitching \ choice. | In Washington the Red S'jx took on the suddenly spunky hist place- Senators, whom they have beaten 17 out of 21 times. Jack Kramer faced a former teammate, Fat Mickey Harris, a lefty who went to Washington early in the season | and who has won only 4 games' while losing 13. Brooklyn Idle The Dodgers enjoy a well-earned off day before moving to Philadelphia where they must wind up against the tough Phillies. The Cardinals opened a 3-gamc sc- ries at Chicago with the last place Cubs. Manager Fxldie Dyer was banking on his Mexican league repatriate Max Lanicr to turn back young Bob Rush of the Cubs. Unless the Cardinals can right themselves against the Cubs, they are the least likely oi' the 4 contenders to win the flag. In their MUKKY DICKSON —Cardinal Tamer loss Thursday, such seasoned and supposedly nerveless veterans as Enos Slaughter and Al Schoendienst made costly errors and the club was hitting pitifully against Murry Dickson, the little fellow who Jakes a perfect delight in beating them. • Dickson, who pitched for the Cardinals until this season, was sold to Pittsburgh for §125,000 and has beaten his old mates 5 times since. Thursday he hurled G-hit ball while the Bucs were rapping Gerry Staley, Howie Pollet and Ted VVilks for 10 safe blows including 3 by Pete Castiglione and a homer by Wally Westlake. Blow 1A Game Lead So the Cardinals, who had led by a game and a half as recently as last Monday and who at tha't time were 1 to 6 favorites to win, dropped out of the lead for the first time since Aug. 1C. And the Dodgers, who played brilliantly in atrocious weather, showed brilliant recuperative powers after being down and nearly out last Sunday. In this final week of the wild- est season of them all, each of the 4 teams has been counted out of it, yet all are hanging on right now for dear life. The big men tor the Dodgers Thursday in their rain-soaked triumphs were Preacher Roe and Don Newcombe, both pitching brilliantly as at any time in their careers. Roe, given benefit of an early 3-0 lead on Duke Snider's 3-run homer, bore down while he had to, then was able to coast. Carl Furillo also blasted a 3-run homer as the Dodgers treated Warren Spahn, the league's top winner with 21 triumphs, like a batting practice hurler. Braves Pull Stall .In the 2nd game, called in an eerie mixture of fog, rain and darkness after 5 innings, Newcombe pitched 4-hit ball and had to beat not only the Braves but the clock. Hurrying to get the game in before it would have to be ealled because of the elements, the Dodgers were forced to contend with flagrant stalling tactics by the Braves. Sibby Sisti on one occasion deliberately refused to complete a double piay and the Braves-loitered at length going to and from their positions. They built E, bonfire in front of their dugout to shov Plate Umpire George Barr they thought the - game was a farce, being played under such conditions. Second Baseman Connie Ryan came up to bat wearing a raincoat and when Barr ordered him to take it off, a verbal rhu- bard ensued, which found Ryan getting tossed out of the game.. The victim in the 2n'd game was Johnny Sain, last year's Boston ace. In the only other major league game Thursday, the Cleveland Indians defeated the Chicago White Sox 8-3. High School on Standinas NATIONAL, LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Brooklyn !»i no .ana .. . St. Louis !ir, 5li .Via Va Philadelphia 80 72 .52(i 1« Boston 7;j lit ,ix(> 23 New York 73 7!) .180 23 Pittsburgh (i!l 82 .137 2<!',S; Cincinnati (il u« .404 34^ Chicago fid «2 .soi ar>».<~ THURSDAY RESULTS Brooklyn SI-8; Boston :j-l)j (2nd game called after S innings, darkness). Pittsburgh 7; St. Louis 2. (Only games scheduled.) SATURDAY GAMES New York at Boston. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston . <J5 fili .0211 .... New York 85 ill! Detroit . . 87 lit Cleveland Hti i;r> Philadelphia 7!l 72- .52:1 Chicago 112 8!) .411 St. Louis 51 1(H> .888 Washington 40 102 .B33 8 H Hi 4-1 •iti THURSDAY RESULTS Philadelphia at New York, postponed, rain. Boston at Washington, postponed, rain. Cleveland 8; Chicago ;). (Only games scheduled.) SATURDAY SQIIEDULE Chicago at St. Louis. Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia at Washington. Boston at New York. Probable Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland (Feller IS- 11) at Detroit (Trucks JO-IO). Boston (Kramer 0-8) nt Washington (Harris 4-13). Philadelphia (Fowler 11-11) at New York (Lopat 15-0). (Only games scheduled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis (Lanier 5-3) at Chicago (Rush 9-18). Cincinnati (Wchmcier 11-11) at Pittsburgh (Chambers 12-7) — night. (Only games scheduled.) League Leaders Robinson, Br'klyn Slaughter, St. L. IMuslal, St. Louis Furilln, Brooklyn Thomson, N. 1". Marshall, N. Y. . NATIONAL LEAGUE G. AB R. II. Pet. Williams, Boston. Kell, Detroit Mitchell, Clevel'd Uillingcr, St. L. . Pesky, Boston .. 121 21)1 oi isi; 125 200 «2 TJO 14 » 533 354 537 Ml) 538 154 033 139 «l K'i 151 .308 AMERICAN LEAGUE O. AB R. II. Pet. 152 5o8 MX 103 .34(i i:!l 511 !I7 17B 14li (!27 7!> l!l!l .317 im r>31 (i7 in- .ais 115 ,VJ2 108 J8,> .31 a MOVI and Furniture STORAGE Careful Handling LET MASON CITY WAREHOUSE CORP. PROTECT YOUR EVERY MOVE THE MAYFLOWER WAY — PHONE 4000 WHAT A GAME! YOU'LL WHEN YOU SHOOT A BASKET! BASKETBALL Like to Stay At Home When Winter's On Its Way With "Tally- Bell" To Occupy Their Favorite Hours of Play! Adults! You'll' Join In The Fun With "Tally- Bells" New Fame. In Fact, We'll Bet You'll Probably Monopolize .The Game! for only 2*4 5 America's Fastest Selling SPORTS TOY Mohawks to Play Unbeaten Iowa City The Masoji City h'igh school Mohawks take their longest football trip of the season Friday when they go to Iowa City to meet a new opponent, the City high Little Hawks. A squad of 34 players plus the coaching staff and managers will make the trip, an overnight affair with a tour of the University of Iowa scheduled on Saturday. Lead Sippi Conference The Mohawks take a record of one win and 2 defeats into the Iowa City game. Mason City has defeated Central Sioux City but fell before powerful clubs from Ames and West Waterloo. In the Little Hawks, Mason City will be facing an undefeated team and the present leader of the Mississippi Valley conference. City high has whipped 2 Cedar Rapids foes -this season, Roosevelt by a 20-6 score and Wilson by a 12-0 count. Coach Frank Bates' Little Hawks were hit hard me Unbeaten J.C. Teams Clash Here Friday Two undefeated football machines collide at Roosevelt field Friday night at 8 when Volney Hansen unveils his Mason City junior college Trojans home by graduation powerful team on last season's but they again have a. strong club. Five letter- winners are on the squad including an outstanding end in Bill Fenton, a 6-3 giant who weighs 195 pounds. City high has another big wingman in Jim Freeman, 6-2 and 210 pounds, although only a sophomore. And their tackles also are huge with Jirn Forwald at 215 pounds and Tom Kerf at 206. Jerry White and Kenny Hay are letterwinners in the backfield with Mickey Moore rated an outstanding punter. The Little Hawks will have a weight advantage in both the line and backfield. •Not at Full Strength Coach Harry Helgason's Mohawks will not be at full strength for the Frjday night game. Socrates Pappajohn, outstanding lineman, will be out of action for at least 2 more weeks because of a knee injury suffered in the West Waterloo game while Bud Berger, a fine defensive halfback, will not be in uniform for another week because of a shoulder separation. Helgaspn plans to use Veteran Frank Miller at the running guard slot of PappaJohn's with Dick Macer and Marlin Rodgers, a converted end, sharing the guard slot formerly occupied by Miller. Otherwise, the Mohawk lineup will be about the same as the crew which has seen the heaviest action in the first 3 games. The Mohawks went through a heavy dummy scrimmage Wednesday with tapering off drills on Thursday. Added attention has been given the Mohawk passing attack in drills this week with Bill Oglesby and Jay Burns doing most .of the throwing. Because the City high line has been reported extremely tough against a running game, the Mohawks may be forced to take to the air for yardage. from DECKER BROS. SPORTING GOODS Corwith Wins 8-3 Over Goldfield in Sectional Finals Corwith—Corwith turned in a homer punch here 'Thursday to defeat Goldfield 8-3 in the finals of the sectional high school baseball tournament. Corwith had G hits in the game, 3 of them 4-ply blows, with Roy Johnson Rettinc 2 and Bob Shipman coming through with another. Donnie Clnrken pitched for Coach Ed Farnum's Corwith team- and set the losers down on 2 hits. Ten after 2 successes on the road. The opposition will be the Emmetsburg J. C. Jayhawks. If you care to make anything out of comparative scores, Mason City defeated Eagle Grove 13-6 and Emmetsburg whipped the Pirates 7-0. The Trojans Col- iowed with a fi-0 verdict at j Waldorf last week. Emrnctsbur! disposed of Britt 32-2 in its opener. Seek More Speed Hansen and his assistant, John Penney, have been attempting to install wings on the feet of their backs this week and emphasized better interference, especially downfield. They've served up new running plays and 2 reserve backs may do a lot of. ball lugging before the tussle is over Friday. Bud Quinley has been impressive with his speed in the left halfback slot and at Waldorf capably relieved Gar Bieber. A freshman due for action on both qffcnse and_ defense is husky Stan Seidcl, the "made over- Mohawk guard. He's been working as understudy to Alex Kloberdanz. Coaches were pleased with the performance of Dave Colbertson, the 200-pounder from .Northwood, who stepped in to fill Duanc 'Hymic" Johnson's guard post after the latter was injured in the first quarter at Forest City. Johnson is expected to miss 3 games due to torn shoulder muscles. Otherwise the huge forward wall is intact. Its midget marauder, Bob Stoyles, received a slight shoulder injury last week, but will be ready to start. Emmetsburg; Uses T Emmetsburg brings a dangerous T to throw at the Trojans predominately single wing attack. Coach Ken Olson's outfit is rated better than the one the Trojans beat 2t"-6 in- an odd game last year. That was when Mason City scored 3 TDs early for a 21-0 margin at the half and spent fhe rest of the night fighting off the Jayhawks. The invaders have' 5 regulars back from last year. They have an excellent pass receiver in Dick Donovan, right end, and a hard- hitting fullback in 200-pound Jim Hufford. Veterans in the secondary are Quarterback Dean Fordyce, who does most o£ the passing, and Audrey Kenney at right half. STARTING LINEUPS Mason City Emmetsburg Junior College .Tumor College Hansen Coach Ken Olsm Volney Hansen Coach Hathaway L.K. Reynolds Fields L.T. Thacker Stoyles L.G. Baumunk Marti C. Bell Colbcrtsou K.G. Ashby TItt_ R.T. Go wans Patter R.E. Donovan Demos Q.B. Fordyce Bieber L.H. Stephcnson Kloberdanz R.H. Kinncy Stcphan F.B. Hufford Officials: Referee. Augic Luther. Umpire, Oclcll Forslaiul. Head- linnsman, Luther Oisen. Time: 8 p. m. Fir.HT RESULTS By The Associated Press Philadelphia—Ermino Bonclti, 1.11. nil- Ian, Italy, outpointed Jimmy Collins, ISSli, Philadelphia, 8. New York—Beppn Colnsnnll. 131, Rome, Italy, outpointed Guil'ormo fiimlncz, I3!» : !i, Argentina, H. Portland, Maine — II e r m i o Freeman, I3r.',i, Kaglc Lake, outpointed Willie Beltram, 1SH, Nrw York, in. BENDIX RENT ONE $1.25 PER WEEK M. H. & B. Inc. IHnruton-HoHlrllcr nnrt lirnwn Kenilix Denier Slure KISH 22-24 First S. E. Phone 1488 Indianapolis Wins AA Flag for 1st Time Milwaukee, (/P) — The Indianapolis Indians, runner-up to St. Paul in the regular American Association season, won,their first, league playoff tiLle Thursday night. The Indians earned the right to represent the Association in the "Little World Series" againsl Montreal of the International league by beating Milwaukee 9-5 The victory was the 4th in the best of 7 for the Indians against 2 Milwaukee wins. The big gun in l.ho Indians' win Thursday night was Mel Queen, who once pitched for the New York Yankees. The victory wns the 2nd for Queen in the series and gave the Indians the playoff title for the first time since they were started 14 years ago. Queen, who held the Brewers to 7 hits, hit a homer in the 5th inning to tie the score at 4-4 and his single in the lith drove in what proved lo be the winning Petruska and Lisle Jr., in their final Contests on Saturday Card Chicago, (/P)—The 1949 Big Ten football season really starts to roll Saturday with 3 league games while Michigan, Minnesota and Northwestern take on ngn-con- ference foes. Wisconsin, a Big Ten dark- horse, will attract a good share of the fans' attention when the Badgers and Illinois make their league bows at Champaign. The [Him were spotty in playing a 20-20 tie with Iowa State last week, while Wisconsin romped over Marquette 41-0. In other conference games, Iowa plays at Purdue and Indiana opposes Ohio State at Columbus. Since the Wisconsin-Illinois series began in 1895. each team rtas won 11 games, while 3 meetings ended in ties. Ivy Williamson, Wisconsin's new coach, sent his offeiisive unit through a long heavy passing drill and worked to sharpen the punting of Bob Blackbourn, drill. Meanwhile, Coach Ray Eliot of Illinois said that Tony Klimek, regular left end who had been nursing an infected arm, will be able to play against Wisconsin. Notes from the other Big Ten camps: Indiana—The Hoosiers lost Mel Becket, sophomore center, who suffered a chipped ankle bone shortly after he had been promoted to the 2nd string. However, Coach Clyde Smith said after Thursday's drill, "Indiana is better prepared for this game than it was for the Notre Dame game." Ohio State—Coach Wes Fesler converted 2 Buckeye tackles to defensive guards. Jimmy Clark, left halfback, who suffered a shoulder separation in the Missouri game, will be out of the Indiana game. Purdue — The Boilermakers worked on defensive tactics and after the workout Coacn Stu Hoi- comb said he will bank on the same offense against Iowa Saturday that was used against Northwestern. However, he indicated one change would be to piny Don Jackson at left guard. Iowa — Coach Eddie Anderson and 3G Hawkeyes left early Friday for Lafayette, Ind., after a heavy defensive drill Thursday. He said Lou Ginsberg will probably start at one guard position in place of the injured Bob Lage. Minnesota—The Gophers flew to Lincoln, Nebr., Friday for the game with Nebraska. Coach Bernie Bierman said Buster Mealey will make his first start for the Gophers Saturday as an end in place of the injured Jack Zupetz. Most of the last practice session was devoted to kickoffs. Michigan—Two DC-6 transport planes carried the 104-man Wolverine delegation to Palo Alto for the game with Stanford. .Included some rooters. The Wolverines are after their 25th straight victory. Northwestern—A light tapering off drill ended the Wildcats' preparations Friday for Pittsburgh. Tom Worthington and Don Burson went through a long punting drill in Thursday's workouts. Claassen's Selections Fy HAROLD CLAASSEN New York, (/P)—Trying to pick Saturday's football winners while still unable to say who will compete in the coming World Series. Last week's record: 49 correct selections, 13 misses for an average of .7'jQ. Notre Dame over Washington: Even if Washington built a corral of mountains they wouldn't be able to keep Emil "Old Folks" Sitko in check. Notre Dame. Michigan over Stanford: Michigan has won 24 in a row. Stanford's-sophomores probably wil: make this a rugged fray but the Wolverines appear a touchdown better. Michigan. North Carolina over Georgia That bruising battle North Carolina had last week with North Carolina State is exactly what Charlie Justice and his mates needed to pull this one out of the fire. North Carolina. Tulane over Georgia Tech: Eddie Price, Tulane fullback, wil simply love the middle of the Georgia Tech line. Tulane. Dartmouth over Penn: JThe Quakers powerful 1948 team coulc beat Dartmouth by only a touchdown last year. Penn lost much by graduation, the Indians very little Dartmouth. Northwestern over Pittsburgh The boys who back their opinions with cash say the Big Ten club will win by 3' touchdowns. That', about right. Northwestern. Oregon over UCLA: Too mucl traveling for the Uclans. Oregon. Navy over Princeton: Here' where the Middies break tha string of defeats. Navy. Checking off some of the other in a hui*ry: East: Army over ' Penn State Brown over Holy Cross, Cornel over Colgate, Harvard over Colum bia, Rutgers over Temple, Am herst over Coast Guard. New York over Bucknell. South: South Carolina over Fur man, Clemson over North Carolina State, Vanderbilt over Alabama Rice over LSU, William & Mao over Virginia Tech, Duke ove Tennessee, Mississippi State ove Baylor. » Midwest: Ohio State over In diann, Wisconsin over Illinois Purdue over Iowa, Oklahoma ove Texas A & M, Minnesota over Ne braska. Southwest: Texas over Idaho Texas Christian over Arkansas Texas Tech over West Texas State Far West: Southern Californi over Washington State, Oklnhom A & M over Denver, Californi over Oregon State. Sosox Place 6 on All-Star American Club By CARL LUNDQUIST New York, (U.R)—Six Boston Red ox players—Ted Williams, Dom DiMaggio, Bobby Doerr, Birdie Tebbetts, Mel Parnell and Ellis binder—monopolized the United D ress American league All-Star earn Friday in a poll of veteran vriters from all big league cities. Two of those players, Williams and Parnell, were unanimous choices, 3rd Baseman George Kell of the Detroit Tigers was the only other unanimous selection. The New York Yankee*, first place occupants for the major part of the season, furnished 3 players :or the star-spangled team while Philadelphia and Detroit each supplied one. Tommy Henrich ol the Yankees, who Deceived votes for both the outfield and first base, was named on all but 2 ballots, as was Kinder. Players selected (with batting averages and pitching records up to Wednesday's games): Ted Williams. Red Sox, If Bud McFadin, 235-pound jun ior guard at the University o Texas, also is the school boxin in the party was a 36-man play- I champion and won the wrestlin ing squad, coaches, alumni,.and title as a freshman. CLOTHES NOW GOING CLOTHEC FEDERAL Tommy Henrich, Yankees, r! Dom Di^Iaggio. Red Sox. cf Ferris Fain, Athletics, Ib Bobby Doerr, Red Sox, 2b .. Phil Rizzuto, Yankees, ss George Kell, Tigers, Sb Birdie Tcbbctls, Red Sox, c . Mel Parnell, Red Sox, p .... Ellis Kinder, Red Sox, p Joe Page, Yankees, p .34f .31 .204 (-25-7 (23-5 (12-8 Packed :vith power from top to bottom, the composite team also represents a first-class defensiv unit and a top-drawer pitching staff. Williams perhaps, is the standout among the standouts. He is number one in hitting with a .348 mark, and has scored the mos uns, 148; walloped the most doubles, 39, and hit the most home- uns in his league, 43. Playoff Plans Set For Both Leagues in Case of Ties By WILL GREVISLEY New York, (fP) —The American and National' leagues girded for possible pennant playoffs Friday at the major league races moved toward an unprecedented windup. Both flag lights appeared certain to go down to the final day, or beyond, to decision, possibly pushing back the scheduled Oct. 5 start of the World Series. There have been close races and playoffs before but never the likes of this with dead heat finishes looming in both the big circuits at the same time. Both league headquarters have set up mechanics for playoffs in case of ties. If it's a dead heat in the National, a best 2-of-3 game series will decide the pennant. The first * game would be at St. Louis Tuesday, Oct. 4, with the 2nd and 3rd at Brooklyn Oct. 6 and Oct. 7. If the Red Sox and Yankees wind up in a tie in the American, a single game at Boston's Fenway park will decide the issue Monday, Oct. 3. Brooklyn and Boston won coin tosses held at the 2 league headquarters Thursday. ' If there's a draw in the Ameri- can league only, the World Series will open on schedule Wednesday, Oct. 5. If a National tie develops, the series schedule will have to undergo a complete reworking. Iowa Distribiitms Co., 1721 North Federal Phone 839 Broadcast Over YOUR DIAL AT 1O10 By Sportscasrer Gene Shumate Direct' From Stadium, Home or Away Every Sat. at I'M P. M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st x IOWA at PURDUE This Sports Event Presented By Lapiner Motor Co. Cool Spring Canning Co. Peoples' Gas 8 Electric Co.

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