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Red Sox Now Tied With Yankees Gophers Score Every Period to Wallop Washington 48-20 . Minneapolis, (/P) — Minnesota's football team had too much power, poise and speed for Washington and the Gophers opened their 1949 season with a 48 to 20 victory in a non-conference game Saturday. Washington gave the Gophers a Jew uneasy moments at the start. Fullback Hugh McElhenny returned UK opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown but the Gophers, stung by the sudden score, settled down and tied it up before the 1st period was over. They aded 4 more touchdowns in the 2nd period to insure victory, then counted once in each of the last last 2 periods. Only in the waning minutes of the game was Washington able to score on passes. Quarterback Don O'Leary passed 17 yards to End DevV Gossett for their last tally. Washington had counted its 2nd touchdown in the 3rd quarter. Michigan State Scares Michigan in 24th Win 7-3 Ann Arbor, Mich., (ff) —Michigan, . the nation's mythical football champion, kept alive a 3-season victory string here Saturday by defeating a stubborn Michigan State squad, 7-3. But it was the closest sqiieek since the string was started midway during the 1946 Football Scores SATURDAY COLLEGE UCLA 41; loxvtt 25. Iowa State 20; Illinois 20. Michigan 1; Michigan State 3. Wisconsin 41; Marquettc U. Northwestern 'M; Purdue (i. Minnesota 48; Washington 20. Texas fll; Temple U. Ohio State 83; Missouri 31. Georgia Tech 12; Var.derbilt 7. Western Michigan 20; Iowa Teachers C. Nebraska 33; South Dakota l>. Miami M; \Vlchi(a 0. Dubuque 1U; Buena Vista U. Tulanc 28; Alabama 1-1. Applcton 19; Grinnell 0. Ilamline 2«; Cornell li. Stanford 41; Harvard U. Southern California 4','; Navy -0. California 2«; St. Mary's 7. Washington State 13; Montana 7. Colorado 13; Kansas 12. Army -17; Davidson 7. Villanova 27; Pcnn State (i. Southern Methodist lit; Wake Forest 7. Oklahoma 4(1; Boston College U. Baylor 20; South Carolina U. Kentucky 19; L. S. U. I). Rice 33; Clcmson 7. Arkansas 33; N. Texas State 19. Loras 315 j Toledo 2(i. Texas Christian 33; Oklahoma Allies 33. South Dakota State 27; Morningside 20. Texas A. & M. 2<i; Texas Tech 7. Kansas State 35; Port Hayes U, Oregon State 27; Utah 7. Augustana 12; Luther t>. Cornell 27; Niagara 0. Yale 2(i; Connecticut (). Columbia 27; Amherst 7. Colgate 37; Buffalo 0. Tennessee 10; Mississippi Slalc 0. Norlh Carolina ,»C; N. Carolina Stale G. Duke (il; Richmond V. Oregon 41; Idahn I). Cyclones Moid Illinois 20-20 Champaign, III., (/P)—Iowa State and its new "V" formation, spieled by Passer Bill Weeks, unharnessed long scoring drives to -hold fav- :>red Illinos to a 20-20 stalemate n the Illini's football opener Sut- irday. season. The University of Michigan's newly-expanded, 97,239-seat stadium was crammed as Michigan fought off its long-time state rival right down to the final whistle. Michigan State college thus became Michigan's 24th consecutive victim. But the newly-admitted member of the Western conference lost no prestige in making a nip-and-tuck fight of it all the way. Ohio State Wins 35-34 as Glorioso Misses Final Kick Columbus, Ohio, {/P) Ohio State launched its 1949 grid season Saturday by defeating Missouri's alert and powerful Tigers 35 to 34 in as wild and wolly an opener as the big Buckeye stadium ever has witnessed. The 2 teams treated 66,510 fans, biggest opening crowd in Ohio's history, to a 10-touchdown parade A misplaced kick for an extrj> point by Missouri's John Glorioso the Tigers outstanding player provided the difference. Jimmy Hague, Buckeye end who came off the hospital list to play the entire game, booted 5 in a row for,the victors. 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Illinois again flared for n 20-13 ead at the outset of the final after Dick Raklovits 43-yard runback of a kickoff ignited a 46- yard scoring push in 7 plays. But Iowa State bounced back on an 80-yard surge featuring Weeks' 38 and 15 yard tosses to Jim Doran. Weeks eventually rammed over from one foot and Brubaker's perfect phii-ement deadlocked the score 20-20. Iowa State kept switching .from the "T" to the puzzling "V" which nas the quarterback and liillback facing each other about 5 feet apart with a halfback behind them pointing to the line. The. other halfback is on the wing. i.s.c. in. First downs 18 II Net yard rushing 21:5 'M'.l I'orward passes attempted .. JH Jii Forward passes completed X X Yard forward passing 153 i)7 Forwards intercepted by . ... X :; Yards gained run-back interceptions 5 :o Punting average 37 S2 Total yards, all kicks returned SI) ]•!!> Opponent fumbles recovered (I (I Yards lost by penalties .... ;i!l fill * Cyclones Greeted on Return to Ames Ames, (/P)—A cheering crowd of 1,200 persons turned out at 6:30 a. m. Sunday to salute the Iowa State football team for its 20-20 tie with Illinois. The celebration took place at the railroad station' where the 2 sleeping cars which carried the squad had arrived at 4:30 a. m, A bass drum, tuba and other musical instruments contributed to the din which quickly roused the last of the sleeping Cyclones. Coach Abe Stuber, commenting on the upset which had knocked all pre-game forecasts cockeyed, said: "It was a fine victory for us, even if it was a tie. We're looking forward to Kansas next Saturday." Spend Less Time on Trips to KANSAS CITY 2 Fast Mid-Continent Flights Daily UCLA Beats Iowa 41-25 But Hawks Display Power By JEM VANHEEL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor Iowa City — The Iowa Hawkeyes made the first downs, the yardage — and the fumbles here Saturday Before 43,500 football fans, many n shirtsleeves. UCLA made the most of opportunities in the intersectional game, displayed a potent air arm and got the most points n the game for a 41-25 triumph. Browns Hip Colts 28-20; Buffalo Trips Frisco 28-17 New York, (#>)—The All-America football conference may finally have found the formula for combating its arch rival, the National league. It is balance. The first 2 years, Cleveland and New York dominated the 2- division league. Last year, as usual, Cleveland won in the west but Buffalo edged in as eastern titlists The Browns proceeded to annihilate Buffalo in the playoffs for their 3rd straight championship. It had become mere routine. Monday the Clevelanders again top the new one-division setup, but it's been a tortuous climb and the future seems rocky, indeed. It appears the last place club could down the first place team. It almost happened Sunday al Baltimore where the revived Cnlts, mired in the cellar, scarce the Browns for 3 periods before finally succumbing 28-20. The victory gave Cleveland 3-0-1 slate and moved it .aheac of San Francisco's juggernaut vhich was stunned by Buffalo 2817. San Francisco, in 2nd place las a 3-1-0 mark. Buffalo. 5th, is 1-2-1. oing to be the Anierican league champs," everyone thought it was a good crack. Well, those palookas are tied with the New York Yankees for first place in the American league Probable Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston (McDermott 5-t) at New York Byrne 15-7). (Only game scheduled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE (No games scheduled.) Monday, a position they expect to better by nightfall. Lefty Mel Parnell pitched the rampaging Red Sox into a flat- looted tie Sunday as he downed the Yanks 1-1 with a neat 4-hitter before a howling mob of 35,517 fans at. Boston. The Red Sox take on the Yanks in the Stadium Monday with Lefty Maurice McDermott (5-4) scheduled to go for the palookas against New York's Tommy Byrne (15-7). A triumph for either party would just about settle the issue Following Monday's battle both teams will have 5 games left to play including 2 at the New York park next Saturday and Sunday. In between meetings the Red Sox play 3 games with last place Washington and the Yanks 3 with the pesky 5th place Philadelphia Athletics. rhils Beat Dodgers While the Red Sox stiffened the Yanks Sunday the St. Louis Cardinals zoomed into a commanding li game lead over the Brooklyn Dodgers in the National league race. The Cards beat the Chicago Cubs 6-1 while the Philadelphia Phils slit the Dodgers 5-3. St. Louis and Brooklyn, marking time Monday, have 5 and 4 games left to play, respectively, 'he Cards have 3 dates with the ast place Cubs and 2 with 6th Pittsburgh. The Dodgers lave 2 meetings with the Phils nd 2 with Boston. Should the Cards win only 3 if their remaining 5 games it vould assure them of no \vorse han a tie, providing Brooklyn akes all 4 of its games. Four Cardinal victories and that old chant >f "Wait until next year" will be evived in the burrough where he famous tree sprouts. Half of Victories Parnell's triumph was his 25th of the season against 7 defeats, arnell and Kinder, who has won 23 games, have accounted for more than half of Boston's 93 vic- ories. Allie Reynolds pitched well for he Yanks but not good enough. The Sox reached Reynolds for 2 •uns in the 2nd when Johnny 3 esky singled with 2 out and the bases loaded. Parnell kept the rally alive with a 2-down single. Williams' 43rd Homer Reynolds hung on gamely until :he 7th when Ted Williams ended ;he Yankee hopes with a 400-foot homer, his 43rd, into the right- Ms made The fact that the enough first downs and yardage, 3plh on the ground and in the air, to win a couple oC games didn't cut any ice with the Uclans, who may be a surprise power on the west coast. When Coach Red Sanders' team made a threat it payed off in a touchdown while Iowa fizzled away choice opportunities, some of which backfired SO' much they paid off in Uclan touchdowns. Good Future Hopes Despite the 16-point trimming, Iowa followers saw good future hopes for the Hawks this season. The Iowa line was tough; good enough to hold UCLA to a net yardage of 88 on the ground aided by some good line backing by Chuck Denning and Joe Paulsen. And the sophomore newcomers for Iowa came through in good style, except for weakness on pass defense ;md fumblitis, Among those showing well were Fullback Bill Reichardt, a classy hard driving runner who averaged 9.4 yards in 10 ball carrying attempts; Don Woodhouse of Mason City, who snagged 4 passes from FLY MID-CONTINENT and save hours of tiring land travel! MCA ALSO offers fast flights daily to TWIN CITIES and ST. LOUIS. SAVE 50% ON FAMILY AIR FARES Now every Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday (except November 23, December 26 or January 2) your wife or husband and all your children under 22 years of age may fly with you for only half fare. * For reservations or details, call 654. Ticket office at Municipal Airport.' Abel & Son, travel agent, 7 South Federal, phone 2116. Serving the Heart of America Safely for 14 Years MID-CONTINENT AIRLINES seats. Johnny Pesky preceded Williams' lone hit of the game with his 3rd hit. In other National league games the New York Giants downed the Boston Braves 3-2 and 5-2 and the Pittsburgh Pirates clipped the Cincinnati Reds 7-3, and 5-3. Bob Lemon turned in his 21st victory for Cleveland as he pitched the Indians to 7-5 victory over the Detroit Tigers. In other American league games, the Philadelphia Athletics beat Washington 8-5 then bowed 4-0 to Dick Weik of the Senators in the 7- inning finals. The Chicago White Sox defeated the St. Louis Browns 7-5 and Browns. then lost 6-2 to the Northwestern Raps Purdue 20-6 With Szulborskion Bench Evanston, III., (/P) —Northwest ern got off to a driving start in th Big Ten gridiron championshii •ace Saturday by bowling "ve Purdue, 20 to 6. The 1949 Rose Bowl winners, held in check during the closely played 1st half, shifted into high gear in the 3rd peraod. In that session a crowd o£ 48,000 saw Northwestern strike for 2 touchdowns in a total of 4 plays. Each :eam scored once in the 2nd period at the end oflong drives. Purdue showed strength, but was handicapped by the loss of Harry Szulborski, leading -ground gainer of the Western conference for the past 2 years. He was kept on the sidelines by a leg injury. THE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE AV. L. St. Louis f>f> 51 Brooklyn !>4 5<i Philadelphia 7!) 72 Boston 71! 77 New York 73 78 Pittsburgh 67 82 Cincinnati «0 !)2 Chicago ii!) 91 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia fij Brooklyn 3. Chicago 1; St. Louis li. Pittsburgh 7-5; Cincinnati "-:t. Boston 2-2: New York :(-">. TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE St. Louis at Pittsburgh (night). Chicago at Cincinnati. (Only games scheduled.) pass to McKenzie in end zone, 1412, half. Johnson to Wilkinson pass covers 50 yards, 20-12. Ernie Johnson goes 6 yards for score after his pass to Wilkinson set up tally, Watson's conversion good, 27-12. Howard Hansen takes Riley's fumble and runs to Iowa 33. Pass in- erference by Bob Longley, Nagel's 1-yard spurt and Schroeder's 2- ard buck for 3rd Uclan touch- own of quarter with another Vatson conversion, 34-12. Pass interception by Greene in th quarter, 15-yard penalty and Jrandt's 8-yard> explosion through middle, 34-18. Hawks go 88 yards n 6 plays climaxed by Drahn's 4-yard pass to Dittmer in the nd zone, 34-25. UCLA marches 7 yards with Johnson making 2- ard end sweep for score and Mit- heli converting for final 41-25. Drahn tp Woodhouse pass goes to UCLA 19 in another Io%va march s game ends. The game was the 3rd Iowa loss o the west coast team but the Hawks learned a lot. If the Hawks ind r< pass defense and don't umble the ball they can match the 2nd Western Amateur Won by Stranahan ,St. Louis, (U.R> — Frank Strana-j han Monday credited his 5 and 4 victory over Walter Cisco and his 2nd Western Amateur golf championship to his putter. Stranahan's 36-hole triumph over Cisco Sunday again gave him the title he won in 1946. He was runnerup in 1947 and did not compete in the tournament last year. Cisco, a Louisville, Ky., lawyer, stayed on even terms with the Toledo, Ohio, player on the morning round until the 18th hole where Stranahan took the lead when he shot a par while Cisco took a bogie. Stranahan's putter began to pay off on the 2nd 18. He went 2 up on the first hole of the 2nd 18 and made victory certain by sinking a 15-foot putt on the 5th hole and a 33-footer on the 6th. Sept. 26, 1949 11 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, U. biggies of the Big Ten. STATISTICS Iowa. •'irst downs '-4 \'ct yards 'gained rushing . "43 'asses attempted 24 •'orward passes completed . li Yards forward passes "1)2 Total net yards gained average "orwards intercepted by Tolal yards all kicks returned Opponents fumbles recovered ...................... Yards lost by penalties .... •J47 :u 1 139 0 US U.C. L.A. '.) 88 17 II 187 275 U 1 80 LaMotta Injured; Cerdan Fight Off New York, (U.R)—As a very disappointed Marcel Cedan returned to New York from his training camp, Matchmaker Al Weill Monday considered possibilities of rescheduling the Cerdan-Jake La- Motta middleweight title fight fpi Madison Square Garden this winter. LaMotta's title defense agains Cerdan, scheduled for Wednesdaj night at the Polo Grounds, wa cancelled Saturday because of a shoulder injury suffered in training by Bronx Jake. Irish Run Over Indiana 49-6 South Bend, (/P)— It was the ame old Juggernaut Notre Dame, >lus some frisky new hands, as he Fightin' Irish touched off a bid or a 4th straight unbeaten season vith a 49-6 clouting of Indiana's Dutmanned Hoosiers Saturday. From a modest 16-6 halftime advantage, " e Irish rolled up 20 points in a devastating 3rd period and 13 more in the final quarter for their 29th straight game with- oue defeat. An inaugural • crowd of 53,844 watched the Hoosiers start gamely and then collapse under the rapier thrusts of Notre Dame backs and bludgeoning defensive play of Irish forwards. New Quarterback Bob Williams did a commendable piloting job, but it was "Old-Timer" Emil Sitko who wielded the heavy shillelagh for the Irish. Sitko, making his first fullback start after 3 halfbacking seasons, punched across 3 of Notre Dame's 5 touchdowns, The pudgy veteran, labeled "Six Yard" Sitko last season, upped it to an 8 yard average in Saturday's game with 64 yards in 8 tries. When the valuable yardage had to be made, it was Sitko who bulled his way through. BILL REICHARDT —Stars as Ball Carrier his halfback post for 70 yards and cturned a kickoff 26 yards; Mik Riley, a bruising fullback wh> should soften up opponents; Duan Brandt, a hard driving halfbac who averaged nearly 6 yards ;,arry and who scored one touch down, and Don Commack, anothe :lashy back who formerly playe for East Waterloo. Game Decided in 3rd The collapse of the Hawks in e point column came in the 3rd quarter \vhen UCLA scored 3 times to go into a 34-12 lead. The Hawks lost the ball 5 times on fumbles, twice when the ball carriers had snorted for first downs on the plays. One thing that was either good or bad, depending on which side you were for, was UCLA's passing. THE IOWA LINE WAS NOT BOTHERING THE UCLA PASSERS AS THEY TOOK THEIR TIME TO SPOT 2 FINE RECEIVERS IN BOB WILKINSON AND DON COGSWELL FOR 9 COMPLETIONS, all important ones. Glenn Drahn did some nice passing for Iowa and had 12 completions in the game but he was hurried in his execution of the heaves. Recap on Scoring Briefly, here's how the scoring went after a scoreless first quarter: A Drahn to Jack Dittmer pass covered 23 yards and Rvley bucked the middle for 2 yards, G-0. Ray Nagel passed to Wilkinson to the Iowa 6-inch Ihie covering 25 yards and Cliff Schrocder bucked the middle to score with Watson's kick Cleveland Flagpole Sitter Descends After New Record » Cleveland, (^P)—Wobbly legged Charley Lupica swore off flagpole sitting Monday and luxuriated in an honest-to-goodness bed. What's' more, after his world champion squat of 177 days, 2 hours and 25 minutes, Lupica sighed: "Now I'm going to rest for 2 weeks before going back to work. This is not the end of things for me. It's the beginning. It gives me a new start in life." The 37-year-old Lupica made his historic descent Sunday before 33,977 fans at Cleveland stadium. His ankles were sore. He was tired. But his eyes were moist as he teetered toward his wife, Augustine, and their 4 children at home plate. Charley found out that'flag pole sitting can be profitable, even when you lose. He had vowed to stay aloft on hio perch over his delicatessen until the Indians reached first'place. He guessed wrong but managed to shatter the old pole sitting mark of 72 days. The Tribe gave him these presents, anyway, at the ceremony: A hew Pontiac sedan; bicycles for daughters Margaret, 6, and Nicolette, 10; a tricycle Tor son Carl, 8; a stroller for Charley, Jr., one month. A radio; a stove; an old fashioned bath tub; a 4 poster bed; a dog for Carl, and a 50-foot flagpole. To all this, Mrs. Lupica could only say: "Oh, my goodness. This sure is something. I'm glad it's all over for Charley. Aren't you, Charley?" Quinn Here for Rules Meeting Lyle Quinn, executive secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association, will preside ' at a meeting of the North Iowa Coaches and Officials at the Mason City high school Monday night at 7:30. Quinn will bring a football film for rules interpretation. John Penney, president of the organization, will preside. League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE G. AB R. II. Pet. Robinson, Br'klyn 152 flSl 122 1U!t .343 Slaughter, St. L. . 11C 544 01 181 .33* Musial, St. Louis. 1S2 588 124 138 .337 Furlllo, Brooklyn. I3D 530 81 ICfi .»!4 Thomson, N. V. .. 133 021) 90 1D4 .308 AMERICAN LEAGUE , G. AB R. H. Pet. Williams. Boston. 140 548 147 101 .34ft Kell. Detroit 131 514 07 17G .342 Mitchell, Clcvel'd. 142 013 75 1!I3 .31.1 Diliinger, St. L. . . 134 530 «7 11)7 .315 Pesky, Boston ... 142 577 JUS 181 .314 HOMERIJNS Kiner, Pirates 53 Williams, lied Sox 43 Stephens. Red Sox 3!) Musial, Cards 34 Sauer, Cubs 2» RUNS BATTED IN Williams, Red Sox 158 Stephens,'Red Sox 152 Wertz, Tigers 1S» Kiner, IPirates Robinson, Dodgers 125 WANT A GOVERNMENT JOB? MEN —WOMEN Be Ready When Next Mason City and Vicinity Examination Is Held Start as high as $3,351.00 a year PREPARE IMMEDIATELY IN YOUR OWN HOME THOUSANDS OF PERMANENT t' APPOINTMENTS NOW r Pet. .fi27 .4B7 .483 .!»!> .100 good, 7-6. 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